Soon, the idea of a golf course in the Oswego County area of Phoenix became firmly planted in the minds of a small group of people headed by John Harder. This was during the time that the United States Government was subsidizing farmland which was taken out of production.
With 5 sets of tee boxes and a Par 72 layout, Beaver Meadows can play anywhere from 5,000 yards to over 6,800 yards. Whatever skill level you are we have a tee box for you to have fun and be challenged. Since opening in 1965 the course has seen numerous changes and renovations, most recently a tree management program to remove unhealthy trees and provide more airflow to the course as well as a complete bunker renovation project. Beaver Meadows is best known for its plush fairways (bent grass) and fast and well maintained greens (poa annua).
Official opening: 1965
Course Rating/Slope (black): 73.0/129
Course Rating/Slope (blue): 70.5/124
Course Rating/Slope (white-m): 69.1/122
Course Rating/Slope (white-l): 74.8/127
Course Rating/Slope (gold-m): 66.6/116
Course Rating/Slope (gold-l): 71.7/120
Course Rating/Slope (green-m): 64.5/112
Course Rating/Slope (green-l): 68.8/116
Golf Course Superintendent