It’s that time of year when most of us have swung all that we can swing. The golf clubs are standing idle in the corner, the handicap has been locked in for the winter, you’re taking equipment inventory and reflecting on the year.
Maybe you’ve broken a barrier, 100, 90 or 80. Maybe you had an eagle or two, an ace or a round of a lifetime. Or maybe not.
It’s also time for golferswest.com annual assessment of top course within our coverage area, 12 Western states and British Columbia. Within that vast West Coast territory, we also break down the best courses within various regions or cities.
We’ll take of fresh look again at those regions and try to determine the Top Five best courses that anyone can play. Some areaes haven’t changed much, some we’ve juggled the order and some we’ve added and subtracted.
Over the next few weeks, we’ll break down our Top Five courses in the various states, in alphabetic order beginning with Arizona and ending with Wyoming.
We’ll begin the series Saturday with: Arizona: Phoenix