TRILOGY GOLF CLUB AT POWER RANCH (480-988-0004)
Arizona Golf Course Review
The Trilogy Golf Club at Power Ranch is a Dick Bailey 6710 yard layout that utilizes the Queen Creek Wash, as well as water and sand bunkers to provide a challenging yet fair test
of golf. Gorgeous views of the San Tan Mountains and the rural countryside, along with outstanding conditioning, service, and upscale amenities make this an aesthetically
pleasing round of golf.
The Trilogy experience delivers exacting standards for maintaining and operating its facilities, including immaculate service. This also includes being sensitive to environmental
issues, including the use of water and protection of wildlife habitats. Trilogy is a brand new concept in resort living as well - for info on community developments visit the Trilogy
website by clicking here.
The clubhouse here totally upscale and features a huge full service golf shop - one of the best on-site shops we have encountered. A beautiful restaurant/lounge with outdoor
patio features full menus for breakfast and lunch daily, and also serves dinners Wednesday through Sunday. Practice facilities include a grass range with target area, short game
area with practice bunker, and large putting green.
On course golfers will find 150 yard stakes on all par fours and fives, 100 and 200 yard flags on the fairways, plus sprinkler heads that are measured to the center of the large,
undulating putting surfaces. All tee boxes are marked, and small markers on flags indicate front, middle or back pin placements.
This course is player friendly as it features 4 sets of tees on each hole, sculpted from a manicured desert setting. Measurements and slopes play to 6972 yards/130 slope, 6375
yards/122 slope, 5377 yards/112 slope for men - 131 for women, and 5272 yards/123 slope for women and 5918 yards with a slope of 120 for women hitting from the forward tees
. The fairways provide ample landing zones and are bordered by landscaped desert and upscale residences. Perimeter mounding will have an effect on offline tee shots. There
are some forced carries over desert washes and bush, but these shots are reasonable in length, even from the tips. The greens are also receptive, as bunkering rarely blocks the
front entrances to these well conditioned putting surfaces. The bump and run is a shot that can be utilized often.
This is a beautiful layout and a gorgeous golf facility - highly recommended! For more info, visit our page for the Trilogy at Power Ranch, with map and directions, plus direct link to
their website by clicking here.