Posted on: April 2nd, 2015 by Cameron Kaplan | No Comments

Saturday, May 23, 2014 This year, Bunker to Bunker the Golf Show and the Wigwam Resort have partnered to create the ultimate golf tournament to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Robert Trent Jones’ Gold & Patriot Courses! We are going all out with lots of fabulous prizes, themed lunch, and a free bounce back […]

Sun Health golf tournament tops $50K for charity

Posted on: March 17th, 2015 by Cameron Kaplan | No Comments

A textbook Arizona spring day greeted more than 120 golfers who took to the Wigwam Arizona Patriot Golf Course in Litchfield Park on March 9 for a good cause. The Swinging in the Sun for Charity tournament raised an estimated $50,000-plus for community wellness programs offered by Sun Health, most of which are provided at no or […]

Things to Do in Phoenix for the Super Bowl 2015

Posted on: January 30th, 2015 by Cameron Kaplan | No Comments

If golf is your passion, it’s hard to beat Phoenix, Arizona as a vacation destination. As the fifth largest city in the United States, Phoenix offers a wide variety of activities, restaurants, and most importantly, stunning golf courses for golf enthusiasts. And with an average of 330 days of sunshine each year, you’ll get plenty […]

Arizona Foothills Best of Our Valley: Most Challenging Course

Posted on: March 20th, 2014 by Cameron Kaplan | No Comments

  The Gold Course at the Wigwam Golf Resort We are proud to announce that The Gold Course at the Wigwam Golf Resort is the winner of the 2014 Arizona Foothills Best of Our Valley “Most Challenging Course”. This course was designed by master golf course architect Robert Trent Jones Sr. in 1964. This course […]

The Patriot All-America – Through the Eyes of Adam Hedges

Posted on: January 4th, 2013 by Cameron Kaplan | No Comments

When the Patriot All-America Invitational, held on the Gold Course at Wigwam Golf Resort in Litchfield Park, Arizona, concluded on the final day of 2012, the leaderboard shows Sebastian Cappelen atop the list of 84 nationally recognized amateur golfers.  Cappelen sealed his win with a birdie on 18, finishing with a 2-under 68. A little […]

Golf Etiquette Tips for Business Professionals

Posted on: November 26th, 2012 by Cameron Kaplan | No Comments

Traditionally, when golfing casually, proper golf etiquette gets ignored quite a bit, getting replaced by language, manners and behavior that can be seen as crude and inappropriate when golfing with business clients or superiors. With that being said, here’s a quick rundown on golf etiquette tips during professional business meetings: Get There Early Whether you […]

Golf Tips: Hitting Out of the Rough

Posted on: November 21st, 2012 by Cameron Kaplan | No Comments

Raise your hand if you hit the fairway with every single tee shot. If your hand is raised, feel free to stop reading this now. For the rest of us, hitting out of the rough is inevitable. With that in mind, let’s discuss how to become more effective when hitting out of the tall grass. […]

How to Putt Better from 3 Feet Out

Posted on: November 21st, 2012 by Cameron Kaplan | No Comments

Does anything hurt worse than missing a 3-foot putt for par…or worse yet, a birdie?  Let’s be honest, there’s never a scenario that missing a simple 3-footer feels good.  For as tricky as those short putts can be, when you back up a couple of feet, things can really start to get interesting. Let’s discuss […]

NBA Coverage of the Jerry Colangelo Basketball Hall of Fame Golf Classic

Posted on: September 27th, 2012 by Cameron Kaplan | No Comments

On September 19-20, 2012, the Wigwam Resort welcomed the inaugural Jerry Colangelo Basketball Hall of Fame Golf Classic to its courses in a successful effort to raise funds for the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame.  The charity event provided a unique opportunity for golfers to play across the three Wigwam courses with a Hall of […]

The Wigwam is Making “Green” Golf a Priority

Posted on: June 5th, 2012 by Cameron Kaplan | No Comments

Most people can agree that golf courses can be breathtakingly beautiful.  But to make and maintain those beautiful greens and fairways, golf courses use pesticides and massive amounts of water and land.  In the past, the golf course industry hasn’t always had the most environmentally friendly reputation. Barbi Walker, of Green Living AZ magazine, wrote […]