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Tucson AZ – Day 2 – Conquering...

The Conquistador Course We set off for Day 2 at El Conquistador Golf and Tennis with great anticipation of what would hopefully be a repeat of our first day there; golfing déjà vu really.Upon arrival it all started swimmingly, the guys at the...

Tucson AZ- El Conquistador – Day 1 in...

El Conquistador – Canada Course We left Casa Grande Saturday and made the short 75-minute drive down I-10 to our next destination Tucson, AZ. On travelling days, even short ones like this, we opt not to golf and during NFL season we never...

Palm Creek Golf and RV Resort

Palm Creek Golf and RV Resort – Casa Grande AZ It was back in the mid – summer of 2018 that Myra and I decided that we would try an RV holiday. After a 2 day “trial run” that we enjoyed close to our Vancouver Island home we felt we were...

Ak Chin Southern Dunes – ” Sun...

To suggest that Ak Chin Southern Dunes is anything but a first-class high-end golf facility would be a total untruth. Much like Poston Butte GC, another of the high-end Troon managed golf courses we recently played, it is basically located in...

Poston Butte Golf Club –...

When preparing an outstanding meal, a chef needs the right ingredients to create a masterpiece.  For our golfing day at Poston Butte, this is what made the recipe complete. We pulled into the parking lot, which was spotless and were immediately...

Superstition Springs Golf Club –...

Superstition Springs  GC – Mesa, AZ Over the course of 4 or 5 years in the early nineties, I attended the Phoenix Open at the TPC Scottsdale as well as played golf at numerous courses in Phoenix, Scottsdale and Mesa. Back then at The Phoenix...

Lake Havasu Golf Club – Day 2 West...

Lake Havasu Golf Club – West Course Today’s round at Lake Havasu Golf Club to describe in one word was marvelous. No, hold on, fantastic. Let’s see I use that one too much, let’s go with extraordinary. If you want to use all three together...

Lake Havasu Golf Club – East Course

Lake Havasu Golf Club – East Course In the mid-1960s, before Lake Havasu City became a city, a 9 hole golf course was built and later another nine was added. It grew into having two 18-hole courses and under the original owner was named London...