The Scottsdale Open, presented by Waste Management is pure golf and pure Scottsdale. You'll play on Scottsdale's best golf courses - Troon North Monument, Grayhawk Raptor and the TPC Scottsdale Stadium - under pro-style tournament conditions.
January 10 - January 13, 2013 Two-Player Amateur Team Event
Open Gross Score and Open Net Score Divisions
Senior (55 Yrs.) Gross Score and Senior Net Score Divisions
January 10 - Thursday Evening: Pairings Party Reception
January 11 - Friday: Round 1 - Troon North Monument Course - Team Best Ball Format
January 12 - Saturday: Round 2 - Grayhawk Golf Club Raptor Course - Team Best Ball Format
January 13 - Round 3 & Awards - TPC Scottsdale Stadium Course - Combined Team Score Format
Both Troon North Monument and Grayhawk Raptor present fierce tests indeed, and they're the perfect place to prepare for your team's third round challenge at the TPC Scottsdale Stadium course.
The final round is played under the same tournament conditions the professionals will experience just two weeks later during the "Greatest Show on Grass." That means the skyboxes are up, tournament rough is grown in and Sunday pins on double-cut greens will test your game.
The exclusive tournament is a limited field event and the top three teams in each competitive division will take home the trophies and prizes. After the last putt drops each day, you'll have plenty of time to enjoy the other bests of Scottsdale, including its world-class resorts, great dining and vibrant downtown nightlife.
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The Scottsdale Open will test your competitive nerve and tournament golf skills on Scottsdale's finest championship courses. But then, as
Bobby Jones so famously noted, "Competitive golf is played mainly on a five-and-one-half-inch course - the space between your ears."
See you in January.