TPC Stadium Course Scottsdale

Designer: Wayne Adams

Course Description:

TPC Scottsdale Statium Course home for the Waste Management Tournament

Tournaments Hosted

Year Event Tour Winner
No hosted tournaments for this course.

Other Courses by Wayne Adams

Course Name Theme Par
New Melrose Woods Boreal 72
Lila's Hollow Hideaway Boreal 72
Leahana's Trail AB. Boreal 72
Ravenwood Country View Countryside 72
Algonquian Trail FX Countryside 72
Kenilworth Downs Boreal 72
Arthur Lorne Hills Boreal 71
Eveleigh Manor Countryside 71
Fox Tail Creek SK. Boreal 71
Links Of Mallory Countryside 72
Melrose Woods Boreal 72
Saugeen River Valley Countryside 72
Cats Paw South Boreal 72
Melrose Woods Boreal 72
New Mummy's Curse Desert 72
Arthur Hills Gold Rural 73
Fox Tail Creek Boreal 71
Eklics Valley AB. Boreal 71
Mummy's Curse Desert 72
Old Pit Mining G.C. Desert 72
Lake Bianca Boreal 72
The Ruins Of Douglas Castle Links 71
Three Creeks Boreal 72
Arthur Hills Rural 72
Lila's Hollow Boreal 72
Ravenwood Autumn 72
Kenilworth Country Club Rural 72
Dana's Lighthouse Cove Links 72
Victoria Ridge B.C. Alpine 72
Scott's Golf And Hunt Club Rural 72
Cats Paw Boreal 72
Oakley Island North Scotland Links 72
The Ruins Of Douglas Castle Links 71
Cats Paw South Boreal 72
Three Creeks South Course Boreal 72
New Oakley Island North Scotland Links 72
New Lake Bianca Boreal 72
Algonquian Trail Countryside 72
The Traditional Boreal 70
Willbrook Plantation G.C. Boreal 72
The Kattegat Club Denmark Harvest 71
Lake Tessa G.C.Canada Boreal 71
Aslaug Village - Jutland Denmark Countryside 71
The Saugeen River Club Boreal 72
Dornoch Firth -Scotland Highlands 71
Dornoch Firth - Scotland Highlands 71
Bella Marr Bay Delta 72
Lady Erskine of Mar Highlands 72
Nellie Arms Country Club Rural 71
Ye Olde Douglas Harbor Highlands 72
The Fairways Club Harvest 71
MacArthur Valley Boreal 72
Westmorland Manor CC Countryside 71
The Dark Monk Rustic 71
Aslaug Village 2016 Countryside 71
Owl's Head CC Harvest 71
Blu Violet Delta 71
Cliff Of Westeros ( Sun ) Highlands 72
The Overlook GC ( Sun ) Swiss 71
Sonterra Valley Arizona Desert 71
Campbells Run Rustic 71
Grande Gato Lago Rustic 72
Ambassador CC Harvest 72
Cape Brittan National Highlands 72
Greens of Aberdeen Highlands 71
Valpraiso Harvest 72
Greens Of Aberdeen Blacks Highlands 71
Sawmill Creek GC Boreal 72
Moe Norman Estates Boreal 71
Faded Rose GC Countryside 71
The Sauble River Club Boreal 72
Sawmill Creek CC Boreal 72
Valprasiso Autumn 72
Greens Of Aberdeen Highlands 71
Roseland Hills (Tour) Autumn 72
White Lake Station GC Rustic 72
Jasper Trace National GC Swiss 72
Campbells Run Boreal 72
Shepherd‘s Staff C.C. Autumn 72
Blackfires Hunt And Golf Club Boreal 72
Eastpointe Golf Club Harvest 72
LAM International Golf Resort Delta 72
Whispering Winds GC Swiss 72

Member Reviews:

I fired this one up with the same level of excitement that I always get when trying a new real course in TGC. I was immediately disappointed to be playing the pre-renovation version of Scottsdale. That's my fault, as I didn't read the release notes from the designer. At the same time, though, it's still a little disappointing.


I've played the course quite a bit in Tiger Woods, although it's definitely been awhile. It seems like a pretty faithful recreation in terms of the layout, but I'm not sure how accurate the sculpting of the course is. With the ability to modify textures in the GNCD, I'm also a little skeptical about the use of the Delta theme instead of Desert.


These are my overly critical observations when judging an RCR, though. If I can take a step back and just analyze the course on its own and not as an RCR, there are a lot of things to like here. The smooth fairway sculpting combined with the late afternoon lighting looks fantastic. There is plenty of fairway here, which immediately makes for a more relaxing round. This can lead to letting your guard down, though, which is a mistake. I often found myself above the hole on my approach shots, leaving extreme downhill, difficult putts for my birdies. It took me a solid 9 holes to adjust my game to start making better decisions on approach.


Overall, it's probably not difficult enough to replicate the PGA Tour experience, but all of the elements are there for it to be a great venue for no-aids play. My hypercritical nature, combined with the availability of some really fantastic courses, requires me to keep this one off of the list of the very best RCR's. But as a standalone TGC course, this one is enjoyable and should be on everyone's list to play.
Reviewed by: Craig LeVasseur on 3/14/2016