Notah Begay may trail former Stanford teammate Tiger Woods in PGA Tour wins—79 to 4 actually—but he is 3-up when it comes to completed course designs, the latest being Arizona's newest course. His effort at Sewailo Golf Club, located 15 miles southwest of downtown Tucson, debuted recently as part of the three-year-old Casino Del Sol Resort owned by the Pascua Yaqui Tribe. Begay, who worked with Ty Butler (a former Robert Trent Jones II design associate who now works for JMP Golf Design Group) on the 7,400-yard Sewailo course, was previously a consultant to Robert Trent Jones II on the Sequoyah National Golf Course in North Carolina and designed Firekeeper Golf Course in Kansas with Jeff Brauer. Both courses were also built on Tribal land. At Sewailo, Begay and Butler spent an estimated $25 million to shape a flat desert landscape into a layout that includes 14 acres of water features. In a nod to his favorite layout in the world—the Old Course at St. Andrews—Begay incorporated a double green shared by the first and eighth holes. The Troon Golf-managed course, with green fees ranging from $99 to $179, will be the home to the University of Arizona golf teams. It’s also part of a Tucson Swing Golf package which includes rounds at Sewailo, The Gallery Golf Club and La Paloma Country Club for $299 plus tax (January 1 – April 15, 2014) or $199 plus tax (April 16 – June 1, 2014).