The East Course at Tuscany Falls Country Club at PebbleCreek, in Goodyear, Arizona, is a 6,640-yard, par-72 championship golf course designed by architect Dick Bailey in 1999. Using the land's natural curvatures to create dramatic mounds and rolling fairways, players will experience a brilliantly challenging round. The East Course at Tuscany Falls Country Club at PebbleCreek's signature hole is the 13th, where you'll need to carry over 100 yards of water from tee-to-green. The greens on the course have areas that break hard and they all roll true, so take your time reading your putts or you could wind up making a big number. With a full practice area, players can arrive early to hit the driving range or the putting area to make sure they're fully warmed-up.