Golf in Mesa

Up to 56% Off Golf Lessons at Cause-N-Effect Golf


$135 $59

Two-time NCAA All-American draws from 26-year playing and coaching career to groom golfers' game in indoor lessons

Up to 59% Off Round of Golf with Range Balls

Greenfield Lakes

$36.63 $17


Golfers warm up at range before traversing 18-hole, executive layout with multiple water hazards and memorable par 5 finishing hole

Up to 67% Off at Outback Golf Academy


$100 $49

PGA-certified instructors help golfers of all abilities fine-tune their swings; custom putter fitting can help golfers up their game

Up to 66% Off Golf Lessons

McCormick Ranch

$110 $49

Lessons cover swing mechanics to create effortless power and control; playing lessons cover course management and strategy

Up to Half Off Nine Holes of Virtual Golf

North Scottsdale

$44 $22

X-Golf simulators replicate legendary courses such as Pebble Beach and St. Andrews with HD graphics and tilting floors

Up to 80% Off Golf Fitness Clinic or 3D Golf Swing Analysis

Multiple Locations

$399 $79

Easy-to-follow computerized 3D swing analysis and program teaches golfers how to develop a dependable golf swing

60% Off Private Golf Lessons


$95 $38

Experts assist golfers of all ages in improving their swing and short game

Up to 82% Off Golf Fitness Package

North Scottsdale

$250 $59

Staff of two chiropractors, a physical trainer, and a massage therapist bolster fitness with golf-centric exercises and treatments

Up to 70% Off from Chad Rogers Golf Instruction

Talking Stick Golf Club

$110 $49

Chad Rogers helps hone golf skills with experience studying at Troon Golf Academy and ESPN Golf Schools and a high-level competitive career

Up to 62% Off at Southern Ridge Golf Club


$65 $28

18 holes of mountain-view golf also include cart fees and lunch

Up to 79% Off Private Golf Lessons

Stonecreek Golf Club

$180 $39


With more than 10 years of teaching experience, golf pro Doug Grey helps players at every level improve their skills from tee to green

Up to 82% Off Golf Lessons

SunRidge Canyon Golf Club

$140 $49

Golf school founded by acclaimed teacher divides instruction into four key components of playing success

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Augusta Ranch Golf Club’s first hole starts players off with a bit of misdirection. Measuring 379 yards from the back tees, the longest hole on the course calls for a zealous swing, while the rest of the course is designed to give irons a workout. The links feature a mix of par-3 and par-4 holes that invite newcomers to play around and test experienced players' short game play with shallow greens and treacherous bunkers. Instructors give lessons for all skill levels, and the staff organizes a variety of events throughout the year, from clinics and tournaments to Night Golf played with glowing golf balls. Players can convene beneath The Sunset Grille’s outdoor pavilion to snack on classic breakfast and lunch cuisine and keep an eye out for flocks of geese trained to abduct pitching wedges.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par 61 course
  • Total length of 3,846 yards from the back tees
  • Course rating of 59 from the back tees
  • Course slope of 91 from the back tees
  • Three sets of tees per hole
  • Scorecard

2401 S Lansing

Designed by Pete Dye, the golf course at Red Mountain Ranch Country Club boasts 6,653 yards of fairway portioned into 18 picturesque holes. Twosomes can rev up golf carts and dart down paths on a competitive quest to out-thwack opponents on the course and out-swim them in the water hazards. Scenic views of the valley and mountains surround the open landscape, which is accented with Scottish mounding and hazards such as the 11th hole's watery expanse and the 4th hole's sand bunkers.

6425 E Teton Cir

Built by the U.S. Air Force before opening to the public in 1993, Toka Sticks Golf Club sports nearly 6,700 yards of playing area peppered with 18 recently declassified holes. As the silhouettes of mountains hold up "Quiet" signs in the distance, numerous trees serve as obstacles on the parkland-style course's narrow fairways and small greens. The course also challenges golfers and golf-cart chauffeurs with all-time course records of 60 strokes and 7 miles per hour, respectively. Players can prepare to beat this record with a token to the facility’s practice range, valid for approximately 40 practice balls that can be belted into the stratosphere or bartered for roadrunner eggs.

6910 E Williams Field Rd

Like its neighbors Scottsdale and Tempe, Mesa belongs to the greater Phoenix metropolitan area, often referred to as the Valley of the Sun. Thanks to those suburbs, there’s no shortage of things to do within a 30-mile radius of the hotel. You can hike amid the towering saguaros on the McDowell Sonoran Preserve trails, or peruse the boutiques and art galleries of Old Town Scottsdale. In downtown Mesa, stop in the Arizona Museum of Natural History to learn about southwest history dating back 4.5 billion years. Admire dinosaur fossils, pan for gold in the History Courtyard, and appreciate the fence that separates you and the museum’s resident Gila monster.Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.Though Arizona Golf Resort sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.

425 S Power Rd

Shalimar Country Club's 2,417 yards of manicured golfing terrain are peppered with towering trees, slinking sand traps, and rolling hills. The design of the nine-hole, par-33 course masterfully incorporates its scenic assets—the fifth hole sits across a yawning lake, and the ninth hole's island green is flanked on all sides by water hazards, bunkers, and punks who steal golf balls for their solar-system dioramas. To be prepared to dodge these obstacles, players practice on a driving range and chipping-and-putting green. After their rounds, golfers can wander into the restaurant and lounge for a meal or a drink or peruse the golf shop to try on new apparel and test the mettle of name-brand equipment.

Course at a Glance:

  • Nine-hole, par-33 course
  • Distance of 2,417 yards from the farthest tees
  • Course rating of 31.2 from the farthest tees
  • Three tee options
  • Link to scorecard

2032 E Golf Ave

Trilogy Golf Club maintains more than 6,900 yards of manicured greens in the Queen Creek Wash to sate the club-swinging cravings of visiting golfers. The 18-hole, par 71 course designed by architect Dick Bailey meanders across subtle elevation changes and strategically placed mounding to challenge both novices and experts, while treating their eyeballs to panoramic views of the San Tan Range and Superstition Mountains, home to the world's most credulous mountain goats.

4415 E Village Pkwy