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They treat you right

Citizen Staff Writer
The Bounce

There are reasons far beyond golf to go to Marana’s Ritz-Carlton Golf Course, which will be open to the public through next January after the Match Play Championship.

They treat you right. The $225 current rate includes a caddie. They have valet parking, quick service at the bar and locker room attendants ready to meet your every need. Including tips, you probably will shell out a cool $300, but it’s worth it.



Easier to walk course


The gallery – and reporters – at the new Ritz-Carlton will have a much easier time of it this year at Match Play.

The Gallery course plays in one huge loop, leaving the turn back toward the clubhouse a long hike from the start. The Ritz course is laid out in three loops, with open areas for the gallery in between. Getting from place to place on the course will be much easier and less time consuming, but bring your walking shoes. It is still a golf course.

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