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Discussion: 07 phoenix az. world

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Dec. 2, 2006
THECAT
59 posts
07 phoenix az. world
Does anyone know what fields a generally played on in Phoenix. Focus on 55's and 60's. Thank you for any info.
Dec. 3, 2006
stever
Men's 65
62 posts
There are several fields in Phoenix that have been used in the past. If you are trying to figure out where to book a hotel you probably should wait until they post the fields (if possible). The fields can be as much as 30 miles apart from one side of the valley to the other. For the most part they are on the west side (with the exception of Papago). Victory Lane is North of the 101 and west of I-17.
Desert West is just north of I10 off of 75th ave.
Rose Mofford is just off of I17 at Peoria.
Encanto is way south of I10 off of 75th.
Papago is in the east valley in Scottsdale.
There is also a new complex in Peoria just off the 101 at Thunderbird they may use this year.
All the fields are in generally good shape. All are 4-field complexes, except Victory Lane which is an 8 field complex. It is also privately owned and charges players and spectators to get in, so it may not be used. The remainder of the fields are owned by the various cities (Phoenix, Peoria, Glendale, etc).
Hope this helps.
Dec. 3, 2006
Enviro-Vac
Men's 60
403 posts
http://phoenix.gov/SPORTS/complexs.html
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