Just because we take golf seriously doesn’t mean it can’t be a boat load of fun, and that’s exactly the approach to Victory at Verrado’s all new golf course, driving range and golf playground.
Designed by PGA Legend Tom Lehman, winner of the 1996 US Open Championship and multi-time PGA Player of the Year, the course planned at Victory will provide a fun and challenging experience for golfers of all levels. Various tee box locations, wider fairways, reduced rough and more opportunities for recovery appeal to the casual player, while fast, undulating greens, unexpected pin positions and plenty of risk/reward opportunities will provide a challenge for the best of us.
Of course, we can’t forget to mention that just like Verrado’s Golf Course, the course at Victory will be one of the most unique in the Valley thanks to the diverse topography provided by the White Tank Mountains.
The Victory Golf Playground
Perhaps more importantly, the course at Victory is designed to provide you with opportunities to play no matter what your time constraints. For those a bit short on time (or patience), we’ve designed various “loops” that allow you to play just five, six, nine, or 12 holes at a time. For the purists, you’ll still enjoy playing 18 on the full par 72 course (or even 36 if you toss in a round at The Verrado Golf Course).
To amp up the fun factor even more, Victory is proud to introduce the all-new “golf playground.” Accessible right from The Big Patio, this is the perfect place to hone your skills and challenge friends while practicing pitching, putting, short drives, and difficult lies. You can even string together a few short holes, play a one-club tournament or some HORSE to figure out who’s really the best. All while enjoying a cocktail, of course.
But enough of us telling you about all of the fun you’ll have with golf at Victory, we’ll leave it to the pro. Watch this week’s On The Road to Victory video as Tom Lehman and Todd Hornback explain exactly what makes golf at Victory so spectacular. You can read more about Golf at Victory here.
About Tom Lehman
From LehmanDesignGroup.com: Tom Lehman has had a long and successful career on the PGA tour, which continues today in his play on the Champions Tour. Among his victories are wins at the Memorial Tournament (1994), the Colonial Invitational (1995), the British Open Championship at Royal Lytham-St. Annes (1996) and the Tour Championship (1996) at Southern Hills. He has also triumphed at the Casio World Open (1993) in Japan and in Scotland at the Loch Lomond Invitational (1997). He also delighted hometown fans in 2000 when he won the Phoenix Open. Lehman was the PGA Tour’s Player of the Year in 1996 and won the Vardon Trophy for lowest scoring average. He was ranked the number one player in the world in 1997. He has been a three-time Ryder Cup team member and was the 2006 U.S. Ryder Cup Captain. Tom also has been a member of three Presidents Cup teams. Tom’s experience as a player has provided him a sense of what a good golf course is all about and he loves the artistry required to give birth to a great design. “I love being able to create great golf,” says Lehman. “To me, it’s very challenging, most interesting and I never stop learning.” Click here to read more…