Power Ranch Golf Club
With its neighbors being the Santan Range and Superstition Mountain, it is no wonder Power Ranch Golf Club (formerly known as Trilogy Golf Club at Power Ranch) is known for its spectacular views. Although this championship golf course is near a residential area, the course architect, Dick Bailey, insists the homes were routed to accommodate the golf course and not vice versa. The holes amble through the cleansed desert of the Queen Creek wash, which features plenty of interesting elevation changes. Strategically placed mounding and bunkers are situated throughout the golf course. Water hazards also come into play on a few holes. Four sets of tee boxes are available to test experienced golfers and allow beginners to enjoy Power Ranch Golf Club as well.
|White (W)||71||5721 yards||70.8||120|
|White/Red (W)||71||5250 yards||68.4||114|
|Red (W)||71||4918 yards||66.6||112|
|Black M: 71.5/130||375||375||605||180||394||191||620||210||420||3370||374||185||400||557||430||195||450||558||413||3562||6932|
|Blue M: 69.0/122||349||313||580||157||364||190||596||189||375||3113||359||169||360||508||373||157||419||525||373||3243||6356|
|Blue/White M: 67.6/119||349||313||502||157||364||158||538||189||336||2906||359||148||322||508||373||157||385||480||339||3071||5977|
|White M: 66.5/112 W: 70.8/120||311||276||502||122||331||158||538||160||336||2734||328||148||322||487||348||150||385||480||339||2987||5721|
|White/Red W: 68.4/114||311||276||453||122||331||158||494||131||268||2544||328||131||322||433||309||138||310||444||291||2706||5250|
|Red M: 63.0/106 W: 66.6/112||281||239||453||104||279||120||460||131||268||2335||287||113||281||433||309||115||310||444||291||2583||4918|
Food & BeverageGrill, Restaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Banquet Facilities
Available ActivitiesSwimming, Billiards
Photo submitted by NickAcosta on 04/30/2022
Post Christmas Pre New Years Round Photo submitted by jrcouch12 on 01/08/2022
Photo submitted by u000003418137 on 04/10/2021
Photo submitted by Kevin1955847 on 08/09/2020
How come I always have to hit my ball here? Photo submitted by cofgrindr8 on 12/10/2013
Course was in overall great shape given the recent rains. Tee boxes well marked and easy to find plus in great shape. Fairways were cut well with rough being well maintained (slight over growth on some holes). Bunkers well placed with minimal standing water (good given the rains we have had). Only real knock was so of the greens were beat badly with dead patches covering a handful of greens. Overall very fun course with good layout and if they can bring the greens back to life great neighborhood course.
Fairways were in good condition but the Greens were in extreme poor condition.
Greens under repair
Had a good round on the course after some rain. The greens have been an issue for awhile. Many greens were under repair, which I knew before booking. Honestly, only two greens affected my putts. Overall, the course is in much better shape than my last time out at Power Ranch.
Good Morning at Power Ramch
The fairways are looking better and the greens are improving too from our long, hot, dry summer.
I have played this course many times, but the condition of the greens was poor with dead and potted areas on many of the greens. This made it difficult to have a true roll on the putt. Fairways were rough as well. This most likely is an anomaly, but I wonder if it has something to do with the brand transition from Trilogy to Power Ranch.
WORKING ON GREENS
Like so many courses this time of year, the greens were not in good shape. They had been heavily sanded a month ago and were very bumpy but coming back 65%. I have played this course many times and the greens can be very nice when in good condition.
Nice Course - Greens were unplayable
I knew there was an aeration alert for the greens, but there should have been a massive repair alert. I only putted the first 3 holes then gave up. I suspect the greens are fabulous when they are finished.