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Northern Scottsdale...

🏠 Are these for sale in the clubhouse?

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TPC Scottsdale

TPC Scottsdale is currently seeking a full or part-time Cook to join our Food & Beverage team. This critical position performs basic methods of food preparation, portion control and sanitation.

Responsibilities include:
• Prepping food products
• Cooking/making food orders
• Assist in preparation of food for banquet functions
• Plating food in accordance to TPC Standards
• Ordering inventory
• Following established safety procedures

Qualified candidates will have the following:
• Must have previous culinary experience
• Great attitude
• Team player
• Customer service oriented
• Ability to work a flexible schedule
• At least 18 years of age

Our benefits may include:
• Competitive wages
• Medical/Dental/Vision insurance
• Life and Disability insurance
• Paid time off and Holidays
• 401(k) with employer match
• Employer funded retirement plan
• Uniforms
• Playing privileges
• Employee discounts
• No late night hours

To help ensure our employees’ safety, we conduct background checks and are a drug-free workplace. EOE
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Looks great! 👍⛳️

Looks amazing!

I need to play that course again next year

The Champions course is set to begin Overseeding on Monday, September 23rd! Make sure you get a round in before we close for Overseed! 

The Champions course will reopen Monday, October 7th!Image attachment

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When will the prep for overseed begin

Beautiful!!!

Zach Morgan

#MondayMoves!! Today we have the beautiful 4th hole on the Stadium course. This 187 yard par-3 looks long but plays about 170. What club would you hit?

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With no wind it would be a stiff 9 iron

A high 8 iron cut to the left side if the green to a 8-10 foot uphill putt.

8 iron and judging by the flag 🤣 the wind is dead so full 8.

Depends on wind 8 or 7 iron

7 or 8 depending wind and pin placement.

I had 20 mph, winds in my face and hit a 4 iron

I played this hole last year and used a 7-iron

Travis Gould

I hit 6-iron and got a hole-in-one 👍🏻

Full 8 iron

9-Iron

3 hybrid.

8 iron

6 iron

3 hybrid

7 iron!

5 hybrid

7 or 8 depending upon pin placement.

6 for me

7 iron more than likely

6

6I

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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 ¬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.