The North Scottsdale Trail

The first day of my recent Arizona trip found me playing 36 holes. I played Desert Mountain (Cochise) in the morning and then played an afternoon round at Quintero Golf Club with a group from greenskeeper.org. I had already played Quintero before, so I am not going to it review it again this time around.... Continue Reading →

Course Review: Andalusia Country Club

On Thursday, I attended the SCGA member outing at Andalusia Country Club. It is also known as Andalusia at Coral Mountain, which is the name of the high-end residential community in which the course/club is situated. This was the first stop on the SCGA's annual Bob Hope Trail, though it was the only round I... Continue Reading →

Warming Up in Vegas

I just got home from a quick three-day trip to Southern Nevada/Northwest Arizona. The first two days were spent in the Las Vegas area, though the first round was actually a bit further out of the way... Lake View Executive Golf Course • Pahrump, NV • 5/23/18 In case you weren't aware that the small... Continue Reading →

Course Review: Lake Merced Golf Club

Monday’s round at Lake Merced Golf Club was the main reason for this most recent little trip to the Bay Area. It’s one I’ve been looking forward to for awhile. The NCGA has outings here every year and it is always their most popular event. In recent years, they’ve done two outings each year and... Continue Reading →

A Phoenix Four-Pack

After 36 holes on Saturday at TPC Scottsdale to celebrate my 800th (and 801st) course played, I was ready to go again on Sunday. I was definitely able to pad the course count even more with four rounds played! After staying the night in north Phoenix, I was up early and headed seemingly to the... Continue Reading →

August in Vegas, Day 2

After a fun first day in Vegas, I was back at it again on Thursday. The second round of the Greenskeeper.org get-together was slated for one of the area’s premier courses. It’s one I played before, but I would never turn down the opportunity to play it again at a really great price… Cascata •... Continue Reading →

August in Vegas, Day 1

August isn’t necessarily the best time to visit Las Vegas. Obviously, it can be dreadfully hot in the late summer. The weather can also be a bit unpredictable with occasional thunderstorms in the forecast. Flooding can even happen when a freak rain deluge comes through unexpectedly. The other concern this time of year is the... Continue Reading →

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