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Golf Courses

JW Marriott Wildfire Golf Club

5350 E. Marriott Drive Phoenix, AZ

Palmer Course: This course delivers a target golf experience, while the expansive fairways allow golfers to remain in play even on an errant shot. The Arnold Palmer design features from four to six tee boxes on every hole, challenging all levels of golfing skills. Generously sized bent grass greens and sweeping fairways create an experience unlike any other.
Par: 72, Yardage: 4,915 – 7,145.

Faldo Course: This course sits on a 174-acre site and offers a slight variation from the typical desert-theme courses. It features generous fairways, large bent grass greens and tee boxes. The surrounding mountains and century-old saguaro cacti as well as 106 sand bunkers, reminiscent of the Australian sand belt courses, provide a spectacular setting for the golf course and the golfing guests.
Par: 71, Yardage: 5,245 – 6,846.

Marriott’s Camelback Golf Club

7847 N. Mockingbird Lane Scottsdale, AZ

Resort Course: An Arthur Hills design, this classic course layout rests in a parkland setting with spectacular mountain views. Challenge your skills with multiple lakes, traditional square tees, and an abundance of bunkers.
Par: 72, Yardage: 5,132 – 6,903.

Club Course: This traditional American links-style course has been created in a picturesque setting with magnificent mountain backdrops, lush palm and eucalyptus lined fairways, and scenic water holes. The dynamic layout will be sure to test your skills while offering a friendly golf experience.
Par: 72, Yardage: 5,808 – 7,014

Grayhawk Golf Club

8620 E. Thompson Peak Pkwy. Scottsdale, AZ

Raptor & Talon Courses: Both courses are designed around natural desert vegetation and offer breathtaking views of the McDowell Mountains. The courses were created with strong visual features making them more playable than they look.
Raptor Course Par: 72, Yardage: 5,309 – 7,135
Talon Course Par: 72, Yardage: 5,843 – 6,973

Troon North Golf Club

10320 E. Dynamite Road Scottsdale, AZ

Monument & Pinnacle Courses: Set against a backdrop of Pinnacle Peak and the McDowell Mountains, Troon North is a lush, target-style golf course amid the natural desert bloom. Precise shot making and accuracy are the keys to being successful, as there are numerous forced carries and dramatic elevation changes that are sure to challenge your utmost golfing ability. The boulder outcroppings, manicured fairways, immaculate greens, and attention to every detail make this a unique golf experience.
Monument Course Par: 72, Yardage: 5,050 – 7,028
Pinnacle Course Par 72, Yardage: 4,980 – 7,044

Tournament Players Club

17020 N. Hayden Road Scottsdale, AZ

Desert Course: This course has been distinguished as the Valley’s “Diamond in the Rough.” This uniquely different golfing venue offers impressive course conditions, magnificent views, forgiving fairways and a high standard of maintenance – all at a great value.
Par: 70, Yardage: 4,612 – 6,423

Stadium Course: A resort style layout operated by the PGA Tour. The course is beautifully defined with bunkering, elevation changes, water features and desert landscaping. The last four holes are exciting and dramatic, with lots of risks and rewards for golfers of all skill levels.
Par: 71, Yardage: 5,567 – 7,216.

Quintero Golf Club

16752 W. Carefree Highway, Peoria, AZ

Rees Jones has taken a pristine piece of lush Arizona desert and created Quintero Golf Club, often described as the “Purest Golf Experience” in the Southwest. Playing over 7200 yards from the Championship tees, and a comfortable 5043 yards from the forward tees, the Quintero experience offers strategic bunker placement, generous landing areas (for the straight hitters) and multi-level bent grass greens often referred to as some of the smoothest and truest in the Southwest. Golfweek just named Quintero #37 in the country for 2012 under their Top Residential Golf Courses.
Par: 72, Yardage: 7,208.

Eagle Mountain Golf Club

14915 E Eagle Mountain Pkwy Fountain Hills, AZ

The natural setting of Eagle Mountain highlights many of the greatest elevation changes in all of Arizona. The undulating fairways are built to contain your drive. Your attention to the yardage in comparison to the well bunkered greens will make you think twice about your club selection. The course is nestled in the ravines of the McDowell Mountains and winds through natural box canyons and lush desert valleys.
Par: 71, Yardage: 5,065 – 6,755.


18200 East Toh Vee Circle, Fountain Hills, AZ

“We-Ko-Pa” is the Yavapai term for Four Peaks, the sacred mountain that rises to more than 7,000 feet from the desert floor. The course was created to play quite challenging from the back tees, but with multiple tee boxes that are well spaced to cater to players of all calibers. In addition, there are no - nor will there ever be - residences on the golf course, yielding some of the most dramatic and natural views of the surrounding mountain ranges.
Par: 72, Yardage: 6679.

The Boulders Golf Club

37831 N. Tom Darlington Drive Carefree, AZ

North & South Courses: Two 18-hole championship golf courses decorate this beautiful landscape in North Scottsdale with some of the most challenging and scenic holes in the state. Golfers can tee off from the top of a boulder formation, look out over stunning desert vistas and enjoy all the challenges presented by a true target style course, narrow fairways, desert washes, arroyos, and huge boulders.
North Course Par: 72, Yardage: 4,893 – 6,972
South Course Par: 72, Yardage: 4,715 – 6,929.

Legend Trail Golf Club

9462 E. Legendary Lane Scottsdale, AZ

Legend Trail is an 18-hole premier championship course that has captivating scenery. A generous combination of traditional and desert design compliments large greens that will be sure to challenge your short game. The front nine is not extremely long but be ready for the back nine as the course becomes more difficult.
Par: 72, Yardage: 5,735 – 6,845.

Kierland Golf Club

15636 N. Club Gate Drive Scottsdale, AZ

Kierland is a Scott Miller design featuring a 27-hole golf course with each nine being distinctly different. One nine is a parkland/traditional course, another gives the flavor of links play and the final nine is a desert course with unbelievable elevation changes. This golf course has more than 300 bunkers and many dry desert washes and lakes. Any combination of the three will offer a great round with strategic challenges.
Par: 72, Yardage: 4,898 – 7,017.

Whirlwind Golf Club

5692 W. North Loop Road, Chandler, AZ 85226

Surrounded by spectacular mountains and managed by Troon Golf, this unique golf venue is also home to the PGA's Nationwide Insurance Tour, Gila River Golf Classic held every year in October. The two courses, Devil's Claw and Cattail, are masterpieces developed by Gary Panks that will impress and challenge golfers of all skill levels. Featuring pristine and uncluttered views of the Sierra Estrella Mountains, the courses showcase the beauty of the natural terrain. Covering 242 acres, with 92 acres of turfed area and 150 acres of desert landscape, Panks' design is "challenging but fair" for players of various handicaps. Each of the 36 holes is named after a significant legend or landmark of the Pima and Maricopa Indians. Only plants that are indigenous to the Gila River and its surrounding desert are featured on these 7,017-yard, par 72 courses.

Talking Stick Golf Club

9998 E. Indian Bend Road Scottsdale, AZ

North Course: This course is a throwback to a Scottish Links design featuring broad, angular holes with low profile and slightly crowned greens.
Par: 70, Yardage: 5,532 – 7,133.

South Course: This course features tree-lined fairways, raised greens, meandering streams and tranquil ponds that are sure to challenge your shot making skills.
Par: 71, Yardage: 5,428 – 6,833.

Rancho Manana

5734 E. Rancho Manana Blvd. Cave Creek, AZ

This stunning high desert course invites you to match your skills against nature while enjoying the unparalleled and unforgettable surrounding desert.
Par: 70, Yardage: 4,436 – 6,015.

Sun Ridge Canyon Golf Club

13100 N. Sun Ridge Drive Fountain Hills, AZ

Only its beauty rivals the drama of Sun Ridge Canyon, where you are hidden between steep canyon walls and playing lush fairways. The front nine plays downhill into the canyon, with the back nine climbing back out to more than 300 feet in elevation.
Par: 71, Yardage: 5,141 – 6,823.

The Phoenician Golf Club

6000 E. Camelback Rd. Scottsdale, AZ

Contoured out of the beauty of the spectacular Sonoran Desert in Scottsdale, Arizona, The Phoenician features a 27-hole championship golf course that inspires your spirit of adventure. Designed by Ted Robinson, Sr. and Homer Flint, The Phoenician’s three diverse nine-hole courses create 18-hole combinations for the challenge and fun you crave. Tee off on the finest golf courses in Scottsdale, Arizona, with 6,300 yards of extraordinary terrain with gorgeous greens, pristine desert views, breathtaking scenery, and Arizona’s only sand-island green!

Dove Valley Ranch Golf Club

33244 N. Black Mountain Pkwy. Phoenix, AZ

Dove Valley Ranch is player friendly with manicured transition areas that allow players to recover without penalty. The course threads through the open desert below Black Mountain, tightening up on the back nine amid the dense vegetation of Willow Wash.
Par: 72, Yardage: 5,337 – 7,011.

Starfire at Scottsdale Country Club

7702 E. Shea Blvd. Scottsdale, AZ

Starfire at Scottsdale Country Club offers beautiful views of the McDowell Mountains as players wind through the 27 holes lined with many old eucalyptus, pine, and cottonwood trees. The terrain is fairly flat, and there are water hazards that come into play on thirteen holes.
Par: 70, Yardage: 5,200 – 6,300.

The Raven Golf Club at South Mountain

3636 E. Baseline Road Phoenix, AZ

The Raven’s layout features plush, rolling fairways framed by over 6,000 mature pines with vistas of the rugged South Mountains and the Phoenix skyline.
Par: 72, Yardage: 5,759 – 7,115

Lookout Mountain

11111 N. 7th Street Phoenix, AZ

This beautiful resort layout weaves its way through rugged terrain that borders the Phoenix Mountain Preserve and offers spectacular views of both Lookout Mountain and Piestewa Peak. This is an exciting golf course for players of all skill levels as it presents the fine characteristics of desert and traditional layouts.
Par: 72, Yardage: 4,326 – 6,535.

Orange Tree Golf Club

10601 N. 56th Street Scottsdale, AZ

This 18-hole resort course offers tree lined fairways on 6,762 lush yards of tranquil beauty and strategic challenge. The course features expansive fairways and scenic mountain vistas, graced by water on six of the 18 holes.
Par: 72, Yardage: 5,632 – 6,762

ASU Karsten Golf Course

1125 E. Rio Salado Pkwy. Tempe, AZ

ASU Karsten features gently rolling hills, undulating fairways, mounding, well-guarded large greens, and Pete Dye’s signature railroad-tie retaining walls. Named after the founder of Ping Golf, Karsten Solheim, the course is designed to test the skill of all players.
Par: 72, Yardage: 4,765 – 7,026.

Ocotillo Golf Resort

3751 S. Clubhouse Drive, Chandler, Arizona 85248

Mature trees, waterfalls and colorful flowers line the lush rolling fairways of this impressive Chandler golf course. Twenty-seven holes with water in play on 19, and with 118 sand bunkers to contend with.

Scottsdale Silverado Golf Club

7605 E. Indian Bend Road Scottsdale, AZ

Silverado lures golfers into a skillful test of accuracy with its narrow fairways, strategically placed bunkers, and water hazards.
Par: 70, Yardage: 5,734 – 6,313

Gold Canyon Golf Resort

6100 S. Kings Ranch Rd., Gold Canyon, AZ 85118

It doesn’t get any better than this! Choose from two championship courses, Dinosaur Mountain rated 4 1/2 stars or Sidewinder rated 4 stars by Golf Digest. The Dinosaur Mountain course has been rated in the Top Ten's most "Under-rated" golf course in the country by Sports Illustrated.

Seven Canyons Golf Club

755 Golf Club Way, Sedona, Arizona 86336

Since its opening in 2002, Seven Canyons continues to receive rave reviews from the nation's foremost golf course critics and highly regarded golf publications. The Tom Weiskopf design has been acclaimed as one of America's 50 Greatest Golf Retreats by Golf Digest Index, rated one of the Best Residential Golf Courses and one of the Top 100 Modern Courses by Golfweek Magazine. Perhaps Bradley S. Klein, architecture editor for Golfweek, best characterized the golf experience at Seven Canyons when he simply wrote, "Seven Canyons is the "IMAX" of golf".
Par: 70, Yardage: 6,746
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