The owner of Scottsdale National Golf Club, Bob Parsons is passionate about golf.
Scottsdale National Golf Club encompasses 290 acres of pristine land in Arizona’s McDowell Mountains and features a par-72 course designed by top engineers. The course is surrounded on three sides by thousands of acres of wilderness, allowing members to enjoy unspoiled views of the vast desert landscape. In 2014, Bob Parsons and Scottsdale National Golf Club acquired Sierra Reserve, a 223-acre parcel of undeveloped land adjacent to the club.
Bob Parsons has also introduced a new line of golf equipment under the name Parsons Xtreme Golf. In early 2015, the company released a line of prototype irons that Ryan Moore used in the PGA Tour’s Hyundai Tournament of Champions. Although he previously had an equipment contract with TaylorMade, Moore has decided to forego any contract this year and has instead begun to incorporate Parsons Xtreme Golf clubs into his equipment bag.
This blog will keep readers up-to-date on developments concerning Scottsdale National Golf Club and Parsons Xtreme Golf as Bob Parsons continues to translate his passion for the sport into exciting new business opportunities that will benefit golf fans in Arizona and beyond. Readers can also turn to the blog for game-changing tips on technique, equipment, and other aspects of the game. In addition, this blog will track the newest, most exciting developments in the world of golf, such as the opening of new courses and the latest word on top players. Be sure to check back for regular updates.
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