Scottsdale's two newest courses can be found at Troon North Golf Club, which hold the top golf ranking in Arizona! Tom Weiskopf led a two-year project, which transcended typical course renovations. He created an entirely new playing experience by blending the two courses together and changing the sequence in which the holes are played.
Set in the rugged Sonoran Desert and surrounded by the stunning McDowell Mountains, the club offers two championship courses to enjoy - the world famous Stadium Course and the stunning Champions Course. As Arizona's only PGA TOUR facility, it's a unique opportunity to experience the standards of quality and service normally reserved for the pros.
The second course opened in Tonto Verde in 1999, and provides a great contrast to the Peaks Course. The name was derived from the Box Bar Ranch, a working ranch purchased by the Developers in the 60's, and from there, the Development of Rio Verde and Tonto Verde began. Again, the Developers called on Gary Panks, to design this course, more difficult from the tees compared to the Peaks Course, longer, but somewhat friendlier around the greens.
The Peaks Course, the first of two golf courses located in Tonto Verde, comprises 18 holes of spectacular views of the surrounding mountains, mainly the Mazatzal Mountains, which include the signature Four Peaks. Thus the name.
This beautiful Resort course layout weaves its way through rugged terrain that borders the Phoenix Mountain Preserve and offers spectacular views of both Lookout Mountain and Piestewa Peak.
Featuring a 27-hole championship course, The Phoenician gives you the challenge and diversity you desire, combined with pristine desert views and lush scenery. Offering nearly 6,300 yards of extraordinary play. The Phoenician creates a unique Scottsdale golf experience in an award-winning facility.
Miller's desert golf creation seamlessly blends spectacular views of the Valley below making Eagle Mountain one of the more picturesque Scottsdale golf courses. This stunning layout has earned numerous awards and accolades since the day it opened its doors.
The Boulders is world renowned as one of the finest golf, tennis and spa resorts in the United States, a 2008 Golf Magazine Platinum Medal Award winning resort. Travel and Leisure Golf recently ranked The Boulders as the #7 Golf Resort in the USA for 2006 and #2 Golf Resort in the USA for 2005. Regionally the magazine ranked The Boulders the #1 Golf Resort in the Southwest for 2005 and 2006.
This championship par 70 Pete Dye, Scottish links design with rolling hills and railroad ties is home to one of the strongest collegiate golf programs in the country, and boasts exceptional playing conditions year-round. The four sets of tees ranging from 4,765 to 7,002 yards provide a memorable challenge for players of all levels.
Arizona Golf Resort offers 18-holes of PGA-rated Championship Golf. The lush fairways are lined with massive cottonwood and eucalyptus trees, serene lake settings, mature vegetation, expansive fairways and gently sloping, well-manicured greens. The course offers an excellent test for ALL skill levels. The 6,523 yard, par 71 course boasts a slope of 119 and a rating of 71.0.
Talking Stick Golf Club is the only championship golf course in Scottsdale that is actually built on Indian land. Because it is owned and operated by the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, there are absolutely no houses to deter from the natural desert beauty that surrounds the courses. With 36 holes of true desert golf, this Troon managed golf course is one of the most exciting desert plays in Arizona.
Playable from as much as 7,000 yards, the course can be challenging for low-handicap players, and still player-friendly from the middle tees. In the design of Superstition Springs, course architect Greg H. Nash sculpted the existing topography to create extensive and striking mounding, expansive bunkers, and a variety of attractive yet strategically-placed water features.
Unlike other Scottsdale golf courses, SunRidge Canyon golf isn't merely a sport. It's an adventure. Nature played a profound role in establishing of SunRidge Canyon Golf Club as a premier Scottsdale Arizona golf course. This 6,823-yard, par-71 layout designed by Keith Foster is hidden among the ridges and canyons of the foothills of the McDowell Mountains, widely considered one of the most picturesque and dramatic stretches of natural land left in the Southwest.
The 18-hole "Stonecreek" course at the Stonecreek Golf Club facility in Phoenix, Arizona features 6,871 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71 .
Scottsdale Country Club offers beautiful views of the McDowell Mountains as players wind through the 27 holes lined with many mature eucalyptus, pine and cottonwood trees. The "King" Nine was designed by Arnold Palmer and opened in 1988. Palmer also redesigned the Squire and Hawk nines making them more challenging with bunkers and water hazards coming into play on 13 holes.
Scottsdale Silverado Golf Club is a public facility centrally located in sunny Scottsdale. With its Par 70, 18-hole championship layout, Silverado offers golfers a challenging and enjoyable golf experience with breathtaking views that include desert landscape with elevated tee boxes.
Acclaimed golf course architect Randy Heckenkemper transformed the Bureau of Reclamation's storm water retention area into one of the premier Scottsdale golf courses, a 6,624-yard, par-71 layout that provides a haven for native plants and wildlife. Sanctuary is more than a stunning 18-hole daily-fee Scottsdale golf course.
The 18-hole "Sheraton San Marcos" course at the San Marcos Golf Resort facility in Chandler, Arizona features 6,541 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72 .
The par-70, championship layout features dramatic elevation changes, unspoiled desert terrain, abundant wildlife and the rustic charm of the historic dude ranch, which is now part of the resort property. While Rancho Manana Golf Club poses a significant challenge for low handicappers, it also attracts and is well known for its fairness and playability for golfers of all levels. It is definitely one of Arizona's best golf courses that truly represents the uniqueness of desert golf.
The 18-hole "Pavilion Lakes" course at the Pavilion Lakes Golf Club facility in Scottsdale, Arizona features 6,515 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71 .
Welcome to the official website of Papago Golf Course, the historic and long popular course owned by the City of Phoenix. We're pleased to bring this site to you and reintroduce this totally restored, revitalized historic course. The course officially reopened on December 6, 2008, just eight months after it closed to be given a new life. The course offers golfers of all levels a challenging, enjoyable and accessible opportunity in a convenient location.
From your first drive on Hole #1, a Par 5 dogleg right with water at the corner to your final putt on Hole #18, a Par 4 with the approach to the green over water, you will find our Par 70 Championship Course a true test of your golfing skills.
At Orange Tree Golf Resort in Scottsdale you will also find a variety of nearby dining and entertainment choices, a fitness center, a crystal clear pool amidst cascading waterfalls, towering palms and flower-filled gardens-all in a superb location in the heart of the American Southwest.
Our Palm Course features ten water holes and, as its name suggests, showcases many large palm trees. The Pine Course has many mature pine trees and is a bit more narrow. Both courses were designed by renowned golf course architect Desmond Muirhead and opened in 1972. The very popular Palm and Pine have both recently been renovated with outstanding new greens, sand traps and bridges.
This traditional American links-style course has been created in a breathtaking setting with magnificent mountain backdrops, lush palm and eucalyptus-lined fairways, and scenic water holes. The 7,014-yard, par 72 course is a dynamic layout that will be sure to test your skills while offering a friendly golf experience.
The new design improves upon perfection by lengthening the total yardage to 7,003 from the back tees, expanding the fairways and boosting par to 71. The intrigue and shot making choices that players will face are infinite. The distinctive new Arizona contemporary clubhouse is a one-of-a-kind structure that offers every amenity including a spacious outdoor event patio with fans, heaters, misters, outdoor kitchen and bar, enormous patio fireplace, convenient drive-up snack shop, cozy restaurant, and well-appointed golf shop.
Designed by Rees Jones, Legend Trail Golf Club offers NEW TifEagle ultra dwarf greens and an amiable challenge that seems to capture a bit of Scottsdale's Old West spirit. This premiere course has a special essence of the Southwest Sonoran style of golf.
A demanding desert-style layout winding through the Usery Mountains in east Mesa, this upscale course is setting the standard for customer service in the Greater Phoenix area. Las Sendas' spectacular views of the Phoenix metropolis and skyline help soften the demand of managing your game through the rugged terrain, nearly 1,800 feet above the desert floor.
The Westin Kierland Golf Experience brings together perfectly manicured championship golf, the best exercise physiology, top golf instruction, on-site golf equipment fitting and the latest in golf technology all at one location.
Grayhawk Golf Club is a paradise for those with a passion for the game. Both golf courses - Talon and Raptor - offer unique challenges as they wind through some of the most spectacular Sonoran Desert on the planet.
Mesa Golfland SunSplash is one of two amusement/water parks in the greater Phoenix area that are owned by Golfland Entertainment Center, Inc. The other one is Big Surf in Tempe. WaterWorld in Phoenix used to be part of that family of water parks, but it was sold after the 2008 season.
The 9-hole "Lakes" course at the Gainey Ranch Golf Club facility in Scottsdale, Arizona features 3,376 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 36 .
Dove Valley Ranch Golf Club opened in 1998 to rave reviews and accolades as Arizona's Best New Public Golf Course, and it continues to grow even more inviting as the challenging and graceful layout by Robert Trent Jones Jr. matures. Just as ancient people who once lived here conjured beauty and function from the harsh surroundings, so did the Jones Jr. team - creating a golf course that respects the natural surrounding while supporting a more comfortable lifestyle.
The 18-hole "Dobson Ranch" course at the Dobson Ranch Municipal Golf Course facility in Mesa, Arizona features 6,630 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72 .
Desert Canyon Golf Club's eighteen hole championship course is one of Arizona's top golfing facilities. It features elevated tees coupled with a variety of elevation changes. Fairways, though open, play tight and prove challenging with strategically placed doglegs.
A winding creek leading to wide rolling fairways, allows for varying shot selections at the most popular municipal course in Phoenix with over 60,000 rounds played annually. Started in 1983 as a landfill reclamation project, Cave Creek Golf Course is a pioneer of sorts in environmental golf course design. Success stories like Cave Creek prove that these sites can be put to worthwhile and environmentally friendly uses - good news for all concerned. Cave Creek Golf Course is open from dawn to dusk daily, year-round.
From the thrilling sky-high roller coasters and exciting water rides, to the exotic countries of the world class miniature golf course and enchantment of an old fashioned carousel, there's magic and new adventures waiting for you and your family at Castles ~n~ Coasters.
Located in the heart of Phoenix, yet secluded in a valley of craggy hillside and desert landscape, the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club is located just minutes north of downtown Phoenix. Its two championship courses - The Links and The Adobe - are living proof that the golf in Phoenix/Scottsdale area does not necessarily require that long and laborious drive to the outskirts of town.
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