Judge refuses to stop work at TPC Scottsdale

This rendering shows the clubhouse at TPC Scottsdale, which will get upgrades as part of planned renovations.: Photo- Allen + Philp architects
This rendering shows the clubhouse at TPC Scottsdale, which will get upgrades as part of planned renovations.: Photo- Allen + Philp architects

By Beth Duckett, The Republic | azcentral.com

A judge has denied a request for preliminary injunction that could have delayed improvements at TPC Scottsdale, where the Waste Management Open is played.

Scottsdale residents Mark Stuart and John Washington sued Scottsdale, claiming a contract the city entered into to make $15 million in improvements to the golf course complex violates gift clauses in the city’s charter and the Arizona Constitution.

Washington said the plaintiffs made a motion for preliminary injunction to cap the city’s expenditure of taxpayer funds, which was denied. The suit, however, remains pending in court.

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