- Address10320 E Dynamite Blvd, Scottsdale, AZ 85262, USA
Tom Weiskopf has a debt to several Troons...both the Scottsdale Resort that hired he and partner Jay Morrish to design 36 holes, but also to Royal Troon, which supplied him with his sole major victory.
A tribute to that course’s signature hole, the Postage Stamp, lies at No. 16 with the appropriately-titled “Post Card” hole. Although the putting surface is considerably larger than its namesake, players will be in trouble if they don’t hit it, as a pond, planted vegetation, and several large bunkers lurk around the putting surface. “Post Card” as a hole is an exception for the Pinnacle course as a whole, however.
Much like its sibling, the Monument (built five years previous to Pinnacle), the desert is the predominant aesthetic at Pinnacle, and carries across waste areas and sandy washes will be commonplace. The title hole, No. 10, requires such a carry as players head toward a green sitting at the foot of a small geologic rise. Those living in the residences on that hillock, and elsewhere around the course, have one of the better views in Scottsdale.
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