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Since opening for public play, millions of golfers have tested their skill at Grayhawk while enjoying exceptional “surface and service.” The service part ranges from club scrubbers to a group of girls bombing around the golf course in beverage carts – cold beer in tow.

We recently had a chance to hang with the all-star beverage cart crew during a fun-filled photo op. Needless to say, they killed it! Of all the beauties who've grinded the gears of Grayhawk’s beverage carts, this squad might just be the best ever. Sports Illustrated has nothing on them. Great smiles and they’ll even bring you a bottle of water, cold beer or a shot of Casamigos. That’s what we call supermodels!

Outstanding Customer Service Reviews For Our Winning Team

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“The job is much more challenging that it may appear,” said Director of Operations, Brian Bevard. “This group takes it all in stride. They have a positive attitude, take care of business and still manage to have a lot of fun along the way. I can’t remember a time when we got so much positive feedback from the golfers.”

Speaking of golfers, we heard that one of the gals, Brynn, can play. So we had her take a few cuts, and sure enough, she’s a golfer! Despite a few foul balls, she hit a handful that pealed nicely from left to right with plenty of pop. Way to go Brynn!

As one might expect, it’s difficult to keep that kind of talent around when the temperatures reach triple digits. Even the best of them call it quits.

“I imagine some of the current group will move on once we hit the summer season,” said Bevard. “But they’re more than welcome to pick up where they left off in the fall. For now, we just want to say thanks for a job well done. We appreciate it!”