Learn about the pipe fusing process
In the following video, Grandview Superintendent Dan Ahee goes over the pipe fusing process being used for the upcoming irrigation and turf project at Grandview Golf Course.
Press Release 1-25-23
Grandview Golf Course closure schedule set
The Recreation Centers of Sun City West would like to inform the community of the upcoming Grandview Golf Course closure for this summer.
Grandview Golf Course will have a modified schedule prior to closing, as part of the upcoming irrigation project.
The back nine will be closed Monday, April 3. The front nine will be open for play until Monday, May 29, as will the driving range, putting green and practice chipping areas. The Pro shop, Crooked Putter and GolfLab will be open to the public.
The entire course and practice areas will close Monday, May 29. The Crooked Putter and GolfLab will stay open for business.
Grandview Golf Course along with all the practice facilities are scheduled to reopen after overseeding on Tuesday, Oct. 24.
Grandview Closure Schedule
- The back nine will be closed beginning Monday, April 3.
- The front nine, driving range, putting green and practice chipping areas will be closed beginning Monday, May 29.
- The Crooked Putter and GolfLab will stay open for business during the duration of the closure.
- Grandview Golf Course, along with all the practice facilities, are scheduled to reopen after overseeding on Tuesday, Oct. 24.
Press Release 3-2-22
Forums set for Grandview irrigation & turf discussion
With the Arizona Department of Water Resources having finalized water restrictions for golf courses in its Fifth Management Plan, the Recreation Centers of Sun City West will be hosting three public forums to discuss plans for the Grandview Golf Course.
Residents are invited to attend one or both of the spring sessions: from 1 to 3 p.m. Monday, March 21, or Wednesday, March 23, in the Lecture Hall (note the location change). The material covered will be the same in both sessions, and there will be time for questions and answers.
A third meeting has also been slated for the fall – at 2 p.m. Friday, Nov. 18, also in the Lecture Hall, for those who cannot be here for the spring meetings.
The first session, on March 21, will be recorded and broadcast after the event on the Rec Centers’ YouTube channel (youtube.com/suncitywestaz) for those who wish to view it at home. Additionally, architectural renderings for each hole can be viewed on the Rec Centers’ website at suncitywest.com/GVirrigation.
Gary Brawley, ASGCA, of Gary Brawley Golf Design, will discuss plans for turf reduction at Grandview Golf Course next year to bring the course into compliance with the Fifth Management Plan, which goes into effect in 2025. The turf reduction changes are mandated by the state conservation requirements.
RCSCW Environmental Services Manager Todd Patty will also be on hand to discuss the proposed plans and impacts to the course. The turf reduction affects an estimated 40 of Grandview’s 163 acres. This primarily includes street fronts, road crossings, and a 25-foot perimeter around the course. It will have a minimal effect on the playability of the course, and residents will continue to have golf course views along with a small area of desert landscaping.
Grandview Turf Conversion, Proposed PlantsGrandview Irrigation Renovation and Turf Conversion
Grandview Irrigation Project
All events are in the Lecture Hall (note new location)
• 1-3 p.m. Monday, March 21
• 1-3 p.m. Wednesday, March 23
• 2-4 p.m. Friday, Nov. 18