Original course architect Tom Weiskopf has led the extensive renovation, including resurfacing and relocating greens, tees and bunkers. The course will reopen for play November 14.
The Stadium Course at TPC Scottsdale (Ariz.) will reopen for play on November 14 following an extensive renovation lead by original course architect Tom Weiskopf and his team, Golf Course Architecture reported.
The project has seen Weiskopf and his team partner with Landscapes Unlimited to resurface all greens and relocate selected greens, tees and bunkers. Alterations to the course include strategic changes to all 18 holes. New green locations at holes 2, 3, 4 and 14 have been introduced, while significant fairway and green complex modifications have been made to the thirteenth hole,Architecture reported.
“The time had come to update the Stadium Course at TPC Scottsdale to provide a more modern and state-of-art tournament course for today’s Tour players,” said Weiskopf. “These changes will also position the club to continue as the leader in the competitive Scottsdale resort and daily-fee market.”
Other enhancements to the course include new white sand in the bunkers and the removal of 250 trees for strategic and aesthetic purposes, Architecture reported.
The complex’s Stadium Course is the host of the PGA Tour’s Waste Management Phoenix Open,Architecture reported.
Stadium Course Renovation at TPC Scottsdale (Ariz.) Nears Completion
by Brandi Shaffer