Golf club threatens to sue city over $1M water line project

Bob Parsons

By Wayne Schutsky | East Valley Tribune

An informal deal between Scottsdale’s Water Resources Department and a swanky northern Scottsdale golf club has caused headaches for officials after the club threatened to sue to recoup over $1 million it invested in infrastructure on the city’s behalf.

According to a City Council memo, Scottsdale National Golf Club constructed a waterline for the city while it was already building required street improvements near the club, an exclusive 45-hole development owned by GoDaddy billionaire and Scottsdale resident Bob Parsons.

Scottsdale National had previously agreed to pay for road improvements as part of an aggressive expansion of its courses and other on-site amenities spearheaded by Parsons after he purchased the club in 2013.

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