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Its Monday! Today we have hole #5 on the Champions course. You are 130 yards out to this front pin location with little room to miss left or right but plenty of room to beyond the pin. What is your move? Do you play it safe or attack the pin?  #MondayMoves

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If you hit a drive good enough to be out 130 on this hole you better attack. No laying off!!

PW to pin, put the brakes on to keep it close.

Attack!

Choke down 1/2” on a nine iron and try to put it just past the flag! #TRY

Play it like a links hole, hit it short and play the bounce.

I’m dropping onto the back of the green because I love πŸ’• draining 75-footers!

Julio has the champs course looking good πŸ‘Œ

Play 48degree wedge just past pin spin it back

no one remembers playing it safe !! Attack

Gap wedge at the pin.

I can’t remember what I did!😎

Pin

Attack with a wedge

ATTACK!

Driver off the dirt

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Michaela LaFever

Daniel Bowerman. Get those tickets son

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Jim Boothman Chad William Matt Baumann done lets go!

darin, scott, todd. Lets do this!

Wayne Carter Joseph Swinamer Nicholas Van Matre who wants to go to Arizona?! Haha

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Harrison Whitlock Braaden Whitlock Gary Whitlock Arizona anyone?

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Jolene Andersen Jennifer Gordievsky Todd French

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Jim, Rick,Linda. Yes!

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Nick Kottke, Terry Richter and Bradley Gantt....fingers crossed 🀞🏽

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It’s beginning to look a lot like Golf Season

Overpriced

Coming next month , looking forward to playing with my son.

Love the mountain

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History of TPC Scottsdale

TPC Scottsdale was the sixth club in the TPC Network, born from the dream of then PGA TOUR Commissioner Deane Beman. His vision was to create a network of clubs that would embody the TOUR’s rigorous quality standards, provide unparalleled venues for TOUR events, and further advance the PGA TOUR’s charitable contributions.

In early 1986, the Phoenix Thunderbirds (host organization for the Phoenix Open) started looking for a new tournament site. Their intention was to grow the event, which was limited in size and number of spectators by its previous location, the Phoenix Country Club. Many locations in Phoenix were considered, but due to environmental issues, the Thunderbirds were running out of options.

TOUR Commissioner Beman began assisting the Thunderbirds in identifying a new a location when then Scottsdale Mayor, Herb Drinkwater, called with the perfect solution – he could secure land within the city of Scottsdale that would offer the ideal setting for a stadium-style course. So in cooperation with the Bureau of Reclamation, the City of Scottsdale, and the Phoenix Thunderbirds, the PGA TOUR moved the event to its new location Β¬and named it Tournament Players Club of Scottsdale.

TPC Scottsdale and The Stadium Course began construction in January 1986. The design team of renowned architects Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish were directed by Commissioner Beman to create a similar Stadium design like that at TPC Sawgrass – allowing all spectators a perfect view of the tournament.