Home of the PGA TOUR's fan-favorite Waste Management Phoenix Open, The Stadium Course at TPC Scottsdale has hosted some of contemporary golf's greatest moments since opening in 1986
Rivaling its famous sister course in both beauty and playability, the Champions Course offers the ideal desert golf experience. Built on the former site of TPC Scottsdale's Desert Course, the layout was completely revamped in 2007 to flow seamlessly within the naturally rugged terrain, meandering between natural ravines and through picturesque foothills.
if in scottsdale you must play the tpc home of the famous fbr open which attracts the most spectators for a 4 day event. the course is in fantastic condition set in the desert temp when we played on the 20/09/2009 was in the 100s. most memorable hole was the par 3 16th wher crowds of up 50,000 gather on this one hole. managed to par it. a clubhouse to die for where you can buy shirts of the clearance rack fo $30. cost for the round was $160 but we were given a pair of oakley sunglasses in the deal. truly a 5* resort. Denzil Morgan October 3, 2009
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