Golf in Scottsdale

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

Scottsdale

$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 54% Off Golf Lessons

Mesa

$300 $149

Instructional packages blend private lessons, on-course instruction, and golf-focused medicine-ball training

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

Mesa

$135 $59

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

Up to 62% Off at Southern Ridge Golf Club

Laveen

$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

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

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As head instructor at Grayhawk Learning Center, PGA Class A Member Jeff Yurkiewicz calls on more than 12 years of teaching experience to help players improve their individual games. Jeff perpetuates the thorough understanding of the sport he received from his mentors, both Golf Magazine Top 100 instructors: Paul Trittler, host of Golf Academy Live on the Golf Channel, and Peter Kostis, whose detailed commentary on CBS Sports telecasts keeps viewers informed as to each blade of grass’s exact length. In addition to his work with Trittler and Kostis, Jeff boasts an impressive playing resumé of his own, making appearances in both the 2003 Phoenix Open and the 2005 PGA Championship at Baltusrol.

8620 E Thompson Peak Pkwy
Scottsdale,
AZ
US

GolfTEC has three convenient locations in the Phoenix area and one in Tucson, all staffed by experienced golfing professionals and computers who’ve sworn allegiance to the Three Laws of golfing robotics. Motion sensors and high-speed cameras monitor the golfer’s swing and break it down on a high-definition video display. GolfTEC’s PGA specialists point out golfers' flaws and strengths, and coach them on how to permanently improve their game, from tee to green. Sensors chirp with approval when golfers execute a perfect stroke or crack an especially witty golfing joke. Customers will also benefit from a $10 gift certificate to Golfsmith, the golf equipment superstore housing GolfTEC’s Chandler, Scottsdale, and Tucson locations. Each of Golfsmith's four Arizona locations is stocked with cutting-edge equipment and custom-fitted clubs.

15452 N Pima Rd
Scottsdale,
AZ
US

Hot Stix Golf and its custom club-fitting has been featured in Sports Illustrated and Golf magazines:

15444 N 76th St
Scottsdale,
AZ
US

There's no perfect swing for everybody. That's why Troon North Golf Club Director of Instruction Doug Hammer tailors his teachings to each client's level, whether they're competing in professional tournaments or swinging their first nine-iron. In his 14-year career, Doug has polished his instructional technique on courses from Galena, IL to Seoul, South Korea, picking up extensive club-fitting expertise along the way. At Troon North's Callaway Performance Center—one of only nine in the country—he analyzes clients' swings with sophisticated cameras and software, helping them select clubs and other equipment to improve their game.

That extra edge may come in handy when they play either of the two 18-hole courses at Troon North Golf Club. Framed by picturesque sandstone mountains, both courses may have repeatedly made Golf Magazine's "Top 100 Courses You Can Play" list—but that's not to say that golfers will play them well. If balls stray on their way to the green, players will have to hunt them down in grisly desert sands riddled with cacti, boulders, and reptiles who do not allow mulligans. The Pinnacle Course finishes with an epic dog-leg left par 4, where long hitters will be tempted to cut the corner and leave a short approach into a green nestled behind a desert waste area. Though its rating suggests it's slightly easier than its sister course, the Monument Course features a handful of treacherous holes, including two par 4s that exceed 460 yards in length.

10320 E Dynamite Blvd
Scottsdale,
AZ
US

From his post at the stately Continental Golf Course, PGA-certified instructor Eddie Kilthau draws from 35 years of experience to impart swing-honing advice to aspiring aces. Eddie has earned six lifetime hole-in-ones and the distinction of competing in the U.S. Open. Neophytes can jump-start their game with five one-hour group clinics, where classes no larger than five pupils meet once a week to learn the basics of launching balls from tees toward tiny, manmade rabbit holes. More nuanced instruction can be gleaned from a 9-hole playing lesson at Continental Golf Course’s executive layout, where Eddie counsels players about course management, club selection, and how to tell if sand bunkers harbor buried treasure.

7920 E Osborn Rd
Scottsdale,
AZ
US

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
Tempe,
AZ
US