Phoenix OKs pact for ASU to manage Papago Golf Course

Papago Golf Course
Papago Golf Course

By Amy B Wang, The Republic |

After years of debt, management issues and snake-bitten restoration attempts, Phoenix is once again trying to breathe new life into the once-storied Papago Golf Course.

The city has signed a 30-year agreement with Arizona State University, which will begin managing the course July 1 and base its men’s and women’s golf programs there.

The university will create a non-profit golf foundation to manage Papago, covering all operating and capital expenses for the city’s third-oldest municipal course. The foundation also will have to build a new clubhouse within three years or the agreement can be terminated.


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