Located in Mesa, AZ, Toka Sticks Golf Club is owned by The Gila River Indian Community and was designed by the Army Corps of Engineers in the early 1950s as a recreational facility for personnel stationed at Williams Air Force Base. The 18-hole course is fully grassed from tee to green, and plays from 5,185 to 6,900 yards on level fairways guarded by stands of mature eucalyptus, mesquite, palm and palo verde trees. Though subtle, the challenges from this layout merit the attention of every player. Trees and overhanging branches define the strategy on most holes. Trees stand at the corner of several dogleg fairways, guarding the approach to small, elevated greens. Toka Sticks Golf Club has a renowned reputation for its smooth and fast putting surfaces. Green complexes range from allowing chip-and-run approaches, to requiring a precise approach shot to the correct level of tiered greens. Water is also in play on four holes include two par 3s, which are partially surrounded and require an accurate tee shot. Toka Sticks Golf Club underwent a major renovation in January 2014. Construction will include a new Sheraton Four Points Hotel, as well as a new Toka Sticks Golf Clubhouse and Grille.
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