Moon Valley Country Club in Phoenix has been member-owned since first opening in the early 1960s. Dick Wilson designed the original golf course, which was later redesigned by Bob Cupp. The course stretches to 7,216 yards in length with holes that will please long hitters. The layout strikes a balance between challenging and playable, which is why it has been chosen as the host for several events over the years including the LPGA Standard Register Ping Tournament. Moon Valley was the host venue for this tournament for nearly 20 years. Strategically placed bunkers lurk throughout and there are a few water holes as well. The golf course has some tough holes but there are also a few birdie opportunities, like on the par-5 fourth. If you manage to avoid the fairway bunker on the right, you'll have a chance to reach the green in two.