Eagle's Nest Café
Golf Course Hours of Operation
Open daily, one half-hour before dawn - one half-hour after dusk, including holidays, year round.
Surrounded by scenic mountain views and Phoenix's downtown skyline, Aguila 9 welcomes all levels of golfers from beginners to expert (scratch) golfers. Aguila nine, modeled after the Aguila 18 hole championship course with transition areas of native grasses and wild flowers. This par three course offers a challenging layout, includes two teeing areas per hole. Aguila Golf Course is the former site of a family farm. Its name is Spanish for "Eagle." The Aguila logo adopts an ancient Aztec design of an eagle and is available for purchase on golf hats and apparel in the pro shop.
||Janet Anderson, LPGA Golf Professional.
Aguila Pro Janet Anderson, played on the LPGA Tour from 1978-1997, winning the U.S. Women's Open in 1982 by 6 shots and had 52 top-10 finishes during her LPGA Career. Janet continues to play on the Women's Senior Golf Tour and enjoys working in public golf and running Aguila Golf Course.
|| Jerry Zidow, Golf Course Superintendent, CGCS.
Jerry has been the Golf Course Superintendent at Aguila since 1999 when the course was still under construction. Prior to 1999, Jerry spent 14 years as the Papago Golf Course Superintendent. Jerry is also an active member of the GCSAA (Golf Course Superintendents Association of Arizona).
The Aguila Pro Shop, staffed by the Head Golf Professional, is a full-service facility, featuring apparel, shoes, clubs, rental clubs, golf bags, and golf accessories for men, women and junior golfers.
Eagle's Nest Café
The restaurant features a grill menu for breakfast and lunch, and offers beer and wine. Open sunrise to sunset. The Eagle's Nest Café features indoor seating for 50, with outdoor tent facilities that accommodate 144 people. For catering of special events, contact Richard Gonzales at (602) 237-0265.
Golf lessons, taught by PGA and LPGA members, are provided to individuals and groups. Clinics and video lessons are also available. Lessons are scheduled individually by the instructor. Call the golf course of your choice to set up a private or group lesson.
Clinics for beginners, intermediate and advanced golfers are scheduled throughout the year. Junior clinics are offered in the summer and fall. For scheduling and rates call Laura Yotter, Golf Resource Development Coordinator at (602) 262-5088 or e-mail email@example.com.
Aguila 9 Golf Course hosts a variety of tournaments. Booking is recommended a year in advance for weekend dates, and all requests for tournaments after initial screening should be directed to Laura Yotter, Golf Resource Development Coordinator at (602) 262-5088 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. For more detailed tournament information and to fill out a tournament request form, click here.