SCOTTSDALE OPEN
 

Scottsdale Open Golf Tournament. Pure Golf. Pure Scottsdale.

Scottsdale Open

Pure Golf. Pure Scottsdale
 

 
 
 
Click to Register for 2017 Scottsdale Open
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The 2017 edition of the Scottsdale Open demonstrated the importance of "Moving Day" Saturday at the TPC Scottsdale Stadium. The eventual tournament winners were scattered throughout the field after We-Ko-Pa Cholla defended itself well on Friday.
 
But the TPC Scottsdale Stadium yield plenty of sub-par rounds to the field on Saturday and once moving into the lead, the teams atop the Net and Senior Net divisions successfully negotiated Sunday's "Count 'em All" final round at Grayhawk Raptor to claim victory.
 
In the end, the elegant golf course conditions, sunny weather and warm camaraderie shared by the tournament field players sent everyone home a winner. Well played, gentlemen.
 
Scottsdale Open Tournament Results
We-Ko-Pa Cholla - TPC Stadium - Grayhawk Raptor
January 6 - 7 - 8, 2017



  
The Scottsdale Open is pure golf and pure Scottsdale.

WeKoPa Cholla, TPC Scottsdale Stadium and Grayhawk Raptor are where the two-player amateur teams teed it up for three days of competition on Scottsdale's best championship golf courses in pro-style tournament conditions under January's sunny desert skies.

And in 2017, teams selected and played their "best" team tee shots all three days. As always, it's two days of Team Best Ball format and one final day of "Count 'em All" Team Combined Score format scoring, where the top three teams in each competitive division, Gross, Senior Net, and Open Net, took home the trophies and equipment prizes.
 
 
January 5 - 8, 2017 Two-Player Amateur Team Event
 
 
Scottsdale Open Schedule of Events
Thursday, January 5, 2017
5:00 pm Tournament Reception - Fairway House - Grayhawk Golf Club
8620 East Thompson Peak Parkway - Scottsdale AZ
We'll kick-off the 2017 Scottsdale Open with the pairings party Thursday evening. You'll have another chance to harass your old friends and meet new ones, learn your tee time pairings for the first two rounds, collect your tournament gift bag full of golf balls, Antigua apparel, Phoenix Open tickets, and enjoy a full spread of food and libation as we welcome you back to town with Scottsdale's unique brand of warm hospitality.

Friday, January 6, 2017
8:30 am Round #1 - WeKoPa Golf Club - Cholla Course - Team Best Ball Format

18200 East Toh Vee Circle - Fort McDowell AZ
The challenge begins at the first and tenth tees of WeKoPa's Cholla Course and the Team Best Ball format provides the opportunity to post a low round early in the event.

Saturday, January 7, 2017
8:00 am Round #2 - TPC Stadium Course - Team Best Ball Format
17020 North Hayden Road - Scottsdale AZ
The TPC Stadium Course setup and a second day of Team Best Ball scoring presents a rare opportunity to attack a few tournament pin positions to move into contention for Sunday, when your tee time is determined by your team's posted two-day score.

Sunday, January 8, 2017
10:00 Round #3 - Grayhawk Golf Club - Raptor Course - "Count 'em All" Format
8620 East Thompson Peak Parkway - Scottsdale AZ
The winners will emerge today as we "count 'em all" in our traditional Scottsdale Open final round Combined Team Score format. It's pure golf - your team versus the Raptor.

3:00 Awards Banquet - Grayhawk Golf Club - Fairway House
We'll enjoy another round of food and drink while we recognize the winners and present all the trophies, prizes and special awards. Grayhawk's locker room facilities will be available before and after the banquet for players who may wish to prepare for Sunday evening travel.
 
 
And after the last putt drops each day, everyone has plenty of time to enjoy Scottsdale's other bests, like the world-class destination resorts, great dining venues and the hip, vibrant downtown Scottsdale nightlife.

Pace yourself though, 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."