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.
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.
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.
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.
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 .
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.
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.
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.
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 .
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