Arizona Foothills Magazine highlighted the top second home destinations and of course, Forest Highlands is among the top communities.

John Divall, Resident and Forest Highlands Board President shared his thoughts on the community.

Forest Highlands is four seasons, four generations and activities for everyone. Our clubhouses and major community amenities were recently renovated, and there’s nothing like it anywhere in Northern Arizona. Forest Highlands is our family’s escape. We unplug and reconnect with each other over tennis, golf, swimming, campfires, hiking and anything else you can imagine. The forest setting is unparalleled, set in the shadow of the San Francisco Peaks.” –John DiVall, Resident/Forest Highlands Board President

Read more here  

Canyon Course: Bunker Renovation / New Irrigation System

December 29, 2017 – Progress Report

The Irrigation System renovation progress is moving very slowly. This is partially due to the presence of large amounts of rock in the digging layers. We have found it necessary to rent a track hoe with a rock breaker attachment. This piece of machinery is responsible for the noise that you may have heard coming from the course recently. Although progress is slow this equipment is gaining traction and moving us forward in the process. There is also an additional expense for the equipment, unfortunately.

Fortunately the nice weather has allowed work to continue much longer than expected. At this point progress on the irrigation system is roughly 30% complete. This has us on track to stay within the time frame we originally anticipated. Holes 13, 17, 18 and 9 are 100% complete and mainline has been completed for holes 14, 15 and 16. We anticipate holes 13, 15 and 16 to be the rockiest and most difficult, with these holes behind us progress should pick up shortly.

Hole 15 - Irrigation System

Hole 15 of the Irrigation System renovation. As you can see there is a lot of large rock to contend with during digging.

Bunker Renovation

The Bunker Renovation is now 100% complete. With this project we are on time and slightly under budget. The crew from DHR Construction has been terrific and extremely thorough. The bunkers look amazing and drainage will be superb. We hope our membership will be very pleased with the outcome. Below you will find a number of photos with descriptions of the work.

Bill Abbey putting the final raking on the completed bunker on Hole 12

Bill Abbey putting the final raking on the completed bunker on Hole 12

The bunker on #15 forward tee nearing completion.

The bunker on #15 forward tee nearing completion.

A close up of the capillary concrete.

A close up of the capillary concrete.

Bunker 18 Renovation

This is a bunker on 18 green. The sand is removed and drainage is in place. Notice the dirt work above the blue line to the left. This bunker has been reshaped to mimic its original shape. A rough estimate of 50% of the bunkers required at least minor reshaping.

Capillary Concrete Hole 3 Fairway

Applying capillary concrete. This is a water permeable concrete liner that cannot be damaged by elk. The bonded aggregate allows for terrific water penetration and prevents future sand contamination from washouts or elk damage. This is a photo of hole 3 fairway bunker.

Pipe Puller - Canyon Course

This is a “pipe puller” making a giant mess of Hole 13 back tees. Small elevated tees are a real challenge.

Mainline on Hole 9

Digging mainline on Hole 9. Very nice dirt down in the canyon. The pipe adjacent to the trench is HDPE. This pipe is electronically fused for strength. Fusing is a slow process that makes a joint much stronger than the pipe itself and eliminates glue joint failure.

Frozen sod over rock damaged trench

Trying to lay frozen sod on rock damaged trenches is difficult at best. This will require some grow-in repair time. The rigors of doing a job like this in the middle of winter.

Bunker excavation

Excavating out old sand and piling topsoil on the lip for reshaping.




One final note. Please remember these bunkers are brand new. They are not sand boxes or sledding hills for children. These improvements represent an investment of $440,000 and lots of hard work. Please help us protect them so they last for many years.

The irrigation installation is stalled for the holidays. Should the nice weather continue we will be restarting the first week of January to continue digging mainline on holes 11 and 12.   We are definitely pleased that we can move forward with the irrigation system, however, the lack of moisture is becoming a big concern from a forest health standpoint. Let’s hope for at least a couple of good snows.

Enjoy your holidays.

Golf Course Maintenance Team
Forest Highlands Golf Club


Forest Highlands is Now Hiring Food & Beverage Manager

Join our Team!

Forest Highlands is hiring for our Food & Beverage Manager position!


Forest Highlands is looking for a proven collaborative leader with excellent interpersonal skills to fill our Food and Beverage Manager position!

Overview of the Food and Beverage Manager position:

Supervises daily Food and Beverage (F&B) shift operation and monitors compliance with all F&B policies, standards, and procedure.  Manages the day-to-day operations while verifying that all service standards are met.  Works within the operating budget, and verifies that all standards and legal obligations are followed.  Develops specific goals and plans to prioritize, organize, and accomplish work while meeting sales goals through member satisfaction and employee engagement.

  Essential Functions: (not all inclusive)

Member Service:

Designs the organization for optimal member service. Provides services that are above and beyond the expectations of member satisfaction.
Improves service by communicating and assisting employees to understand member needs, providing guidance, feedback, and individual coaching when needed.
Practice “Management by being visible.”  This is done to ensure that one is able to meet and establish a rapport with the members and to remain aware of their concerns.
Must be motivated, energetic and enthusiastic about club management and show a commitment to member services.
Reviews comment cards and member satisfaction results with employees
Responds in a timely manner to member requests

 Dining Operations:

Works with culinary team to plan all menus and assist with catering/club events
Holds daily staff meetings to communicate any on-going concerns or upcoming events, delegate proper responsibilities as needed.
Performs scheduling of staff members to ensure proper levels of service to exceed member satisfaction, while maintaining fiscal responsibility
Provide two way communication and nurture an ownership environment with emphasis in motivation and teamwork
Understands employee positions well enough to perform duties in employees’ absence
Monitors and maintains the productivity level of the employees


Meet weekly with Food and Beverage Director to review operations efficiencies and concerns.
Assist in monitoring and ordering of beverage inventory, equipment, and supplies while controlling Front of house budget.
Assist with the preparation and implementation of the annual food and beverage budget to achieve the objectives set forth within.
Ensure that all sanitation and health code requirements are met and maintained.  In doing so you will promote and supervise the cleanliness and order of all service areas and report all maintenance concerns/needs promptly.
Generate monthly POS sales and menu mix reports
Lead F&B team by attracting, recruiting, training and appraising talented personnel


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 We ask that you meet these minimum requirements:

4 year college degree preferable or industry training equivalent

2 years’ experience in the food and beverage, culinary or related professional area in a supervisory or management role
CPR/First Aid Certified
Thorough knowledge of fine dining and banquet service in a luxury private club, resort or high end property
Coconino County Food Manager Certification (if not already acquired, will be required upon employment)
Proven strong communication and leadership skills
Excellent organizational skills, communication skills and multi-tasking capabilities
Demonstrated leadership skills
Mastery in delegating multiple tasks
Working knowledge of various computer software programs (MS Office, Jonas, ADP, POS, Open Table, etc)
Clean driving record

    In Return we will offer you the following:
Competitive Salary
Paid Time off
Medical and Voluntary Insurance
401k program
Employee Golf
Employee Meal
Employee Assistance Program


The Forest Highlands Foundation Begins the Annual Year End Appeal

Foundation would like to encourage you to “Give Where You Live”

By now most of us have bid a fond end-of-season farewell to our beautiful community nestled in the gorgeous ponderosa pines.

We look forward to returning to the Valley – to our homes, friends and neighbors, and familiar routines – with anticipation after a summer of respite and renewal.

In saying “goodbye”, though, let us not forget to look in the rearview mirror – not only to drink in the exceptional beauty of our host city and environs, but to recognize and acknowledge the poverty and need that surrounds us amidst the natural splendor of our North Country homes.

As we head into this Season of Sharing, we hope that you will be inspired to “Give Where You Live”.  Join us in reaching out to our neighbors in need in Flagstaff and sharing the bounty we are so fortunate to enjoy throughout the year.

Please visit our website to make a generous contribution to the Forest Highlands Foundation.  Do your part to make our extended Flagstaff community a better place for all.

Your donations can and do change lives!

Wishing You and Yours a Blessed Season of Sharing.


Forest Highlands is hosting the 2018 Northern Arizona Bridal Expo at our Canyon Clubhouse on January 20, 2018 from 11:00am – 4:00pm

Join us to network and learn about all the venues and services available to you in Northern Arizona for your dream wedding experience!

Interested? Click Here for more information!

The Northern Arizona Bridal Expo is a must for all soon-to-be brides looking to begin planning or finalizing the details for their big day! We will have vendors for all of your wedding needs. Looking for a florist? Check us out. Need to find a venue? We have lots of representatives joining us to give you the 411 on everything they have to offer. Your wedding will be spectacular, and we’re here to help!


Forest Highlands is at the center of a wonderful winter wonderland!

Find out about the things you can do in and around Flagstaff during this holiday season! Don’t forget our Recreation Department offers members services like shuttle rides to and from your event, babysitting for those fun “adult only” activities, snow removal to save your back and sanity and much more! We are a year – round club with dining and children’s activities EVERY weekend! Find out more by logging in to the members only website HERE.



Each of these sledding locations are weather dependent and begin operations once the snow flies. Contact each for more information.
Flagstaff Snow Park located at Fort Tuthill: Website:
Elk Ridge Ski and Recreation Area: Details: 928-814-5038 or
Flagstaff Nordic Center: Details: 928-220-0550 or
Wing Mountain Snow Play Area: Details: PERMANENTLY CLOSED
Lone Tree Sledding Area: Near Pine Canyon
Crowley Pit: About 10 Miles North on HWY 180 from Flagstaff


Arizona Snowbowl

7 days per week | Lifts run 9:00am – 4:00pm
Flagstaff’s ski resort sits at 9,500 feet above sea level with 777 skiable acres! They have added a brand new 6 pack high speed chair lift this year. The Grand Canyon Express is properly named for it’s view of the Grand Canyon from the top of the chair and as you ride. Snowbowl has PSIA/AASI certified instructors available 7 days a week to take your skiing and snowboarding skills to new levels! With a total of 6 chairlifts and two conveyor belts Snowbowl accommodates all levels of skier and boarder.
For information and current conditions visit:
To book a Private Lesson call (928) 779-1951 |  Group Lessons are available at 9:45am and 12:45pm daily.
Don’t forget Forest Highlanders! We offer shuttle service to and from Snowbowl every Saturday in December and by appointment! Call the Recreation Center for more information or go to

Riordan Mansion Holiday Tours

Open Thursday through Monday  |  Guided tours of the mansion begin at the top of the hour 11:00am – 4:00pm
All through December get steeped in the historic traditions of early Flagstaff by touring the Riordan mansion! Experience the decorations as they would have been 100 years ago.
Call for Reservations: 928-779-4395 |  More Information Here

Riordan Mansion Annual Christmas Party & Crafts

Saturday, December 9, 2017 @ 9:00am
Santa will be on hand to visit with the children and Mrs. Claus will read Christmas stories. More Information Here

Polar Express

Check Website for Availability  | Grand Canyon Railway
Departs from the Williams Depot in Williams, AZ
This experience themed based on the Polar Express Story by Chris Van Allsburg. Families board the train and ride to Santa’s workshop. Upon arrival to Santa’s workshop Santa visits the train offering each boy and girl on the journey a special gift. The train then returns to the Williams depot.
Takes about 90 minutes. Find available dates:
Book online for 2016 now, or call 1-888-848-3511.

North Pole Experience

Sunday-Thursday | November 18 – December 28
Little America Hotel
Day and evening times available but hurry dates are going fast!
This is a Christmas adventure of a lifetime!
The North Pole Experience starts with a trolley ride to Santa’s workshop with family – oriented hands on experience for children and parents. Including a private family visit with Santa and a special commemorative Teddy Bear from Sant himself! SHHH it’s a surprise!
Takes about 95 minutes not including dinner. Find out more:
Santa’s Trolley Launch Station is located at Little America Hotel. Reservations: 888-469-8819.

Sleigh Rides

Hitchin Post Stables | Located 1/2 Mile outside of Flagstaff off Lake Mary Road
Enjoy a magical 45-minute to one hour ride that circles through Coconino National Forest and back to the their Cowboy Cookin in the old barn to warm up by the fire. Complimentary hot cocoa and apple cider. Sleigh ride alone or sleigh ride with steak dinner available! or call 928-774-1719

Bearizona Wild Wonderland

Doors open at 5:00pm The Light Show goes from 5:30 – 7:30pm  |  Get Tickets Today
Wild Wonderland runs every Friday, Saturday, & Sunday in December until December 19, then every evening through December 31. Closed on Christmas Eve and Christmas.
Event takes place at Fort Bearizona only the drive through park is closed.
Learn More:

Nordic Village

The Arizona Nordic Village features groomed trails for recreationists with cross-country skis, skate skis, fat tire bikes and snowshoes. Located in the Coconino National Forest 15 miles from downtown Flagstaff, the ski area’s four cabins and eight yurts will be open for day use and overnight glamping. Visit for snow conditions and more information.

Jay Lively Ice Rink

1650 N. Turquoise. Public open skating is held Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30-4 p.m.; Wednesdays from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. and 5:30-7 p.m.; Fridays from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. and 5:30-8 p.m.; and Saturdays from 1-4:30 p.m. Skate rental $4. Admission $3:50-$6.75.
More Information

Holiday Movies at the Orpheum Theater

Saturdays November 25 – December 16    |  @ 10:30am
These free family friendly events will include movies, crafts and time with Santa. Crafts provided by FACTS/FUSD. Santa will be available for pictures the first hour after doors open. Nov. 25: The Grinch | Dec 2: The Santa Clause  |  Dec 9: The Polar Express  |  Dec 16: Elf .

First Friday Art Walk

Flagstaff businesses stay open until 9 p.m. on the first Friday of each month to feature the work of local artists. Many stops feature music and refreshments. Artwalks will be held Dec. 1 and Jan. 5. See for a list of participating businesses.

Sedona Festival of Lights & Lighting of the Luminarias

Saturday, December 9 @ Tlaquepaque in Sedona from 3:00 – 8:00pm  | Free Event!
The cherished tradition of Festival of Lights began 45 years ago and is a highly anticipated holiday event in Sedona.   A full schedule of lively  musical entertainment, a visit from Santa, and free cider awaits, making it the perfect outing for families and friends.   At the tolling  of the bell at 5:00 p.m., the lighting of 6000 luminarias gets underway in Tlaquepaque’s courtyards and walkways.   Specially designated luminarias to honor cancer survivors can be purchased in Patio del Norte as well.

Christmas in the Mountains

Sunday, December 10 at 3:00pm | NAU’s Ardrey Memorial Auditorium
Experience the Master Choral’s annual holiday extravaganza featuring festive music for choirs, brass, percussion and organ with holiday lighting and decorations galore! Hear holiday favorites sung by the Arizona Mountain Chorale and our guests, the Madrigals and Troubadours from the Flagstaff Youth Chorale. NAU’s Harold M. Harter Memorial Handbell Choir, led by bellmaster Joanna Richards, will also share festive selections to get you in the mood for the holidays.
Tickets are $20; seniors $18; students $8; children 12 and under free. Purchase Tickets.

Holiday Concert & A Movie

Monday, December 17
3:30pm Orpheum Theater: How the Grinch Stole Christmas
2 non-perishable food items per person: Proceeds going to Full Circle Charities People’s Pantry. Fun Holiday music sing along for the kids and a movie!
More Information

The Nutcracker Suite in Modern Bare Feet

New special effects, and updated choreography, new cast members and other surprises are in store. Enhanced contemporary costumes, a cast of over 50, and aerial dance. This annual Flagstaff tradition uses music by Peter Tchaikovsky with some contemporary versions inserted among the traditional, and new choreographic interpretations lending a fresh look to this classical favorite. Beautiful backdrops of the San Francisco Peaks bring this holiday favorite home to Flagstaff and will send you home with the holiday spirit! Performances are Dec. 8-9, 7:30 p.m., 11 a.m. matinee on the 9th at the Clifford E. White Theater at NAU. Tickets: $16 general, $12 child-student. Call 774-3937 for more information and tickets or visit

Great Pine Cone Drop

Sunday, December 31  |  The corner of Aspen and Leroux Downtown Flagstaff
A wonderful annual tradition for Flagstaff watch the 6 foot tall pine cone suspended from the top of the Weatherford Hotel “Drops” to mark the new year. The Great Pine Cone drop will have two lowerings one at 10:00pm and one at Midnight.

Flagstaff Polar Bear Plunge

Take a dip into upper Lake Mary from the boat dock at high noon on Jan. 1 to welcome in the new year. Park anywhere in the lot but you have to walk down the concrete boat dock to the start point. Spectators welcome! Please wear rubber sandals as there may be fish hooks lurking on the bottom of Lake Mary. Signed Certificate of Participation awarded to everyone who takes the plunge. Please bring a can of food or two for the Flagstaff Food Bank and Family Food Center. 774-5776.


Forest Highlands Awarded “Best of the Best 2015” by CopperPoint for workplace safety.

Forest Highlands Selected for the “Best of the Best” Safety Award for 2015 by CopperPoint

Forest Highlands is very proud to be honored by Copperpoint Insurance Company in receiving the prestigious award “Best of the Best” for 2015.  The award signifies and honors policyholders with outstanding workplace safety records on an annual basis.  Of the more than 13,000 policyholders, only 42 businesses were selected this year to be honored as a “Best of the Best” safety recipient.

This award shows just how seriously we take our responsibility to the employees, members and workplace as a whole!

Criteria for selection include:
A) Three-year review of e-mods, loss history, loss ratio.
B) A review of claims for severity and frequency.
C) The companies’ participation with CopperPoint programs such as a return-to-work, use of our medical provider network and whether they have an established safety committee.
D) Copper Point also reviews the policy payment record and ensure all necessary audits are complete.




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Division Leaders Post Sub-Par  Opening Rounds at 36th Trans-Miss Four-Ball

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – Despite cool temperatures and periodic rains, several teams managed to better par in the first round of play at the 36th Trans-Mississippi Four-Ball Championship at Forest Highlands Golf Club in Flagstaff, Ariz.  Among the 62 teams in the starting field, 25 found red numbers on the challenging Canyon Course layout.

With the day led by play from the 8th tee and the Senior Division, Steve Van Herpe from Temecula, Calif., and Dan Pouliot of Burbank, Calif., set the pace by carding a 7-under 64 to take the first round lead in their division.

When asked about the keys to their game following their first round, Van Herpe and Pouliot both noted their combined effort as a key to their first round success.  “We were able to keep both balls in play throughout our round and each contributed four birdies a piece,” said Van Herpe.  Van Herpe continued, noting their consistent play early on as a key to their success, “we hit consistent golf shots through the first five holes when the day started with cooler weather and rain.”

Only one shot behind the steady and efficient play of Van Herpe and Pouliot are Bill Jackson from Oklahoma City, Okla., and Mac McGee who hails from Midland, Texas.  The team of Jackson and McGee managed four birdies on both the front and back nine, faltering only on two of the most challenging of par fours offered by the Canyon Course; namely, the seventh and 17th holes, which played 425 and 366 yards, respectively.  With their opening round 6-under 65, Jackson and McGee have six other teams under-par and looking to make up ground in tomorrow’s second round.

In the Super Senior Division, which is contested by players aged 65 and over, Dave Sheff of Dana Point, Calif., and teammate Rich Tolly of Laguna Hills, Calif., led with an opening round 67 at 4-under for the day.  Starting on the first hole, Sheff and Tolly stumbled out of the gate with a bogey on the par four 357 yard opener, but responded with two consecutive birdies en route to their division-leading 67.

Much like the Senior Division, multiple groups found red numbers during the first round of play, with three additional teams at one-under or better on the day in the Super Senior contest.  Heading into tomorrow’s afternoon start, the Super Senior Division remains highly competitive with 13 teams within 5-shots of the lead.

Better weather prevailed in the afternoon for the start of the Championship Division, which features players from the Mid-Amateur age group of 25 and over.  The largest of the three divisions in the field this week, the Championship Division was led by Ben Blundell and Jordan Cook from Oklahoma City, Okla., who posted an 8-under score of 63 in their opening round.  Blundell and Cook are not strangers to the top of the Trans-Miss Four-Ball leaderboard as they took home runner-up honors in the 2015 edition of the championship.  Blundell and Cook were bested in extra holes by eventual champions and fellow Oklahoma residents, Lawrence Field and Draegen Majors at The Honors Couse in Ooltewah, Tenn.

Blundell and Cook rang off six birdies and an eagle to get to 8 under and grab the first round lead.  Not far behind and finding birdies of their own are twelve other groups in the Championship Division, who each posted scores under par.  With darkness falling around the rugged mountain landscape this evening, play was suspended at 6:26 pm.  Competitors will resume play at 8:00 am (MDT) to complete their first round, ahead of second round play.

At the conclusion of 36 holes on Wednesday evening, the field will be cut to the low 48 teams (and ties), with a pro-rated representation from each division. A revision to the format this year, the pro-rated allocation of teams making the cut from each division is as follows: Championship (17 teams and ties); Senior (17 teams and ties); and, Super Senior (14 teams and ties).

Forest Highlands Golf Club is no stranger to hosting national amateur events. Previously it hosted the 1996 U.S. Junior and 2006 U.S. Mid-Amateur Championships on the Canyon Course.  Designed by the architectural duo of Weiskopf and Morrish in 1986, the Canyon Course was carved out of breathtaking forest and rugged mountain terrain. A unique characteristic of the layout is the run of six par 3s between the fourth and 14th holes.  The unique and challenging northern Arizona layout will continue to test competitors in an always exciting team Four-Ball format.

Second round play commences on Wednesday, Sept. 28 at 8:00 a.m. (MDT). For more information pertaining to the championship, please click here. For first round scoring and second round pairings/starting times, please click here.

36th Trans-Miss Four-Ball Championship
Forest Highlands – Canyon Course
Flagstaff, Ariz.

Blundell, B. / Cook, J. — 32-31–63
Funk, R. / Bartman, D. — 32-32–64
Fernando, D. / George, K. — 33-32–65
Joseph, E. / Johnson, H. — 34-33–67
Capasso, A. / Dwight, R. — 32-36–68
Carreon, M. / Combs, B. — 33-35–68
Licursi, D. / Osborn, B. — 35-33–68
Andersen, W. / Tridle, S. — 33-36–69
Stayer, P. / Brellenthin, J. — 32-37–69
Banghart, T. / Epstein, J. — 33-37–70
Ellis, R. / Kane, L. — 37-33–70
Griggs, C. / Miyamoto, C. — 35-35–70
Sigman, M. / Capel, D. — 34-36–70
Munson, R. / Showalter, M. — 35-36–71
Ober, D. / Stires, T. — 35-36–71
Sexton, E. / Carlson, C. — 34-37–71
Vedadi, J. / Mangini, R. — 34-37–71
Bendetti, J. / Sposi, J. — 37-35–72
Brewer, B. / McDonald, R. — 33-39–72
Laughlin, T. / Quintero, R. — 35-38–73
White, J. / Jones, S. — 38-38–76
Erling, B. / Humbles, B. – Will resume play at 8:00 am (MDT).
Vinson, B. / Davis, B. — Will resume play at 8:00 am (MDT).

Van Herpe, S. / Pouliot, D. — 32-32–64
Jackson, B. / McGee, M. — 32-33–65
Field, L. / Mitchell, M. — 31-35–66
Kilby, R. / Nunez, L. — 33-35–68
Fisher, H. / Hageman, R. — 37-32–69
Grace, J. / Peebles, J. — 35-35–70
King, R. / Ameen, M. — 36-34–70
New, J. / Phinny, P. — 34-36–70
Holstead, B. / Wright, W. — 32-39–71
Turner, E. / Neal, B. — 35-36–71
DeWar, V. / Poole, J. — 35-37–72
Hoffman, F. / Williams, J. — 35-37–72
Lujan, L. / Quinlan, M. — 35-38–73
Smith, B. / Howell, R. — 35-38–73
Mooty, D. / Mooty, C. — 38-36–74
Slayton, J. / Walley, B. — 35-39–74
Barker, S. / Taylor, B. — 38-37–75
Adams, G. / Kurz, D. — 38-38–76
Turner, R. / Norman, J. — 37-39–76
McCarty, R. / Beechner, S. — 37-40–77
White, D. / Melcher, T. — 40-37–77

Super Senior
Sheff, D. / Tolly, R. — 32-35–67
Haney, M. / Baker, D. — 33-35–68
Hardin, G. / Mokler, G. — 35-35–70
Olive, J. / Smith, C. — 34-36–70
Dallas, S. / Smith, E. — 34-37–71
Donofrio, J. / Bryson, R. — 34-37–71
Guerin, J. / Fleming, B. — 36-35–71
Hamm, R. / Thames, W. — 36-35–71
Hatchett, S. / Stevens, J. — 35-36–71
Berthiaume, D. / Davis, T. — 36-36–72
Boyd, S. / Redfern, K. — 38-34–72
Hare, P. / Biele, A. — 35-37–72
Martin, J. / Seaman, G. — 36-36–72
Devitt, L. / Hope, B. — 37-36–73
Leslie, N. / Larose, R. — 36-37–73
Murphy, W. / Jones, A. — 35-38–73
Schneider, A. / Shemano, G. — 37-37–74
Watts, S. / Horne, D. — 41-35–76




For the first time ever, the Trans-Mississippi Four-Ball Championship is heading to Forest Highlands Golf Club in Flagstaff, Ariz. On Sept. 26-29, a field of 128 players comprising 64 teams across three divisions will embark on the Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish co-designed Canyon Course in an effort to lay claim to this year’s titles.


The 36th edition of the Trans-Miss Four-Ball, an annual team best-ball championship, is scheduled for 54 holes of stroke play with three divisions: Championship (25 and older), Senior (55-64), and Super Senior (65 and older). Each division plays from separate tees and yardages and a separate champion will be awarded in each division.


At the conclusion of 36 holes, the field will be cut to the low 48 teams (and ties), with a pro-rated representation from each division. A revision to the format this year, the pro-rated allocation of teams making the cut from each division will reflect of the number of teams in each division at the start of the competition.


Forest Highlands Golf Club is no stranger to hosting national amateur events. Previously it hosted the 1996 U.S. Junior and 2006 U.S. Mid-Amateur Championships on the Canyon Course. Director of Golf Matt Bailey reiterated the connection the club’s membership has with the amateur game.


“We have a great membership and many who have played competitively in the amateur game for a number of years,” Bailey said. “Our membership feels strongly about giving back to amateur golf and we are looking forward to showcasing the community and the golf course.”


Designed by the architectural duo of Weiskopf and Morrish in 1986, the Canyon Course was carved out of breathtaking forest and rugged mountain terrain. A unique characteristic of the layout is the run of six par 3s between the fourth and 14th holes.  The unique and challenging northern Arizona layout is sure to test competitors in an always exciting team Four-Ball format.


First round play commences on Tuesday, Sept. 27 at 8 a.m. (PST). For more information pertaining to the championship, please click here. For first and second round pairings/starting times, please click here.

An opportunity to own an elegant, single-level home in Forest Highlands. Start forming the memories of a lifetime. This custom-built property offers:

  • Wonderful curb appeal with exceptional forest views
  • Light and bright living room, highlighted by a grand stone fireplace
  • Single level split floor plan with master bedroom on one side
  • Large office with built-in cabinets and desk
  • Oversized three-car garage with plenty of storage for toys and tools
  • A spacious outdoor patio, which offers both covered and uncovered areas

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