In this helpful golf tip, head instructor at Grayhawk Learning Center, Jeff Yurkiewicz, identifies a few common situations where a three-quarter swing would be more effective than a full swing.
The fun, welcoming vibe at Isabella’s Kitchen attracts diners and drinkers alike. The dining room and indoor/outdoor bar open to a sprawling patio decked out with comfortable seating overlooking the Talon course and the Valley below.
Spots reporter Mark McClune with CBS 5 stopped by Grayhawk during the PGA Jr League Championship to feature the heartwarming story of Jack Pepin from Team New Hampshire who received…
For the second consecutive year, PGA of America, Grayhawk Golf Club and National Car Rental have partnered with Golf Channel to air a two-hour, primetime special highlighting the 2017 PGA…
With Olympic gold medalist Kerri Strug looking on, undefeated Georgia vaulted to the mountain top of PGA Jr. League as national champions with a dramatic 6 ½ to 5 ½ victory over New Jersey at picturesque Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona.
For a sixth consecutive year, a team representing the state of Georgia will make a run for the national title in the 2017 PGA Jr. League Championship presented by National Car Rental. However, instead of facing a team from California as various teams from the Peach State have for all of the five previous Championships, this year’s representative from Georgia (Duluth) will face a team from New Jersey (Hillsborough).
As the 6th PGA Jr. League Championship presented by National Car Rental returned to picturesque Grayhawk Golf Club, Team New Jersey (Hillsborough) and Team Georgia (Duluth) took early leads in their respective divisions, with Texas and New Hampshire knocking on the door.
Eight All-Star teams from across the U.S. made their way through qualifying tournaments for an opportunity to compete at Grayhawk for the 2017 PGA Jr. League Championship presented by National Car Rental. Team Arizona, which happens to play out of Grayhawk, was almost one of them. Unfortunately, they came up a lousy half-point short. A very talented team, to say the least, congratulation on a great run!