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Sunland Village Golf Club in Mesa, Arizona is an 18 hole, 3600 yard, Par 62 golf course with outstanding course conditions, friendly service and a challenging layout. Built in 1975 by Milton Coggins ASGCA, Greg Nash ASGCA and Jeff Hardin ASGCA the course features rolling fairways, fast greens and water will come into play on 7 holes. One of the few courses in the East Valley that you can play 18 holes in 3 hours
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Our par-65 golf course measures 4,000+ yards with a full driving range and practice area. It is tailor made for fun, friendly golf for players of all skill levels and ages. We offer numerous fun Golf Leagues, Tournaments, and golf instruction programs. Our caring staff and affordable rates make Desert Sands your best choice for golf in the East Valley. Come experience our beautiful course...we promise you'll love our hospitality, you'll be challenged by our greens and our driving range will give you the opportunity to hone your skills...or to release your frustrations. We hope to see you soon!
Arizona Golf Resort presents playability and challenge for players of all levels. Located in Mesa, you will find a traditional course layout with mature trees and wide fairways. Water and well placed bunkers come into play and you will enjoy the course`s undulating greens.Amenities include: Golf carts, full practice facilities and a full golf shop.** Signature Hole: The 14th, requires a 175 yard shot directed through Cottonwood Trees and over water to the green.
Fountain of the Sun is a great 18 hole executive course located at the Fountain of the Sun Country Club facility in Mesa, AZ. From the longest tees it offers 4,224 yards of golf for a par of 62. The course was designed by Red Lawrence, ASGCA and opened in 1971. The course rating is 60.2 with a slope rating of 93. Fountain of the Sun is a private equity facility golf course with a 'Accompanied By Member' guest policy. The course contact is Shalea Heather, General Manager.
Eighteen holes of spectacular Arizona championship golf meander their way through the cleansed desert of the Queen Creek wash, following with every turn the subtle elevation changes of the area. The par-71 Trilogy Golf Club at Power Ranch located in the southeast Phoenix Valley was designed by golf course architect Dick Bailey and stretches over 6,700 yards.Natural undulations and strategically placed mounding combine with Trilogy`s natural setting to create a golf course that is able to both challenge the accomplished player and accommodate the novice. Trilogy Golf Club at Power Ranch offers a collection of golf shots as full of trepidation as they are drama, and challenges the player to utilize the imagination, in addition to nearly every club in the bag.Surrounded by breathtaking vistas of the San Tan Range and Superstition Mountains, Trilogy Golf Club at Power Ranch sits among many of Arizona`s most notable landmarks. Trilogy Golf Club offers solid golf course design, consistently outstanding conditions including some of Gilbert`s truest greens, and animated guest service. The golf course and clubhouse, featuring fine fare at the Lantana Grill, are both complementing components of the recreational amenities of the residential resort golf community developed by Shea Homes.
One hundred and eighty-five acres of lush contoured fairways flowing gracefully through strands of mature trees, colorful flower beds, scenic waterfalls and countless lakes make Ocotillo Golf Resort a golfer's dream come true. This distinctive golf oasis offers so many amenities and levels of service that it stands alone among Arizona's top-rated golf courses. Whether you're a seasoned pro or new to the game, Ocotillo's magnificent four-star course and award-winning facilities offer the golfing experience of a lifetime. Our 27-hole championship course has been ranked by Golf Digest as a four star course and one of the Best Places to Play. The breathtaking beauty of lush landscaping and picturesque water features create a unique alternative to the traditional desert golf experience. You'll find something for everyone in our Golf Shop, which has been named one of the Top 100 Golf Shops for 2007.
At Painted Mountain's 18-hole Championship Golf Course you will enjoy great conditions, comfortable temperatures and excellent value. Offering a complete golf resort experience complete with the challenging 18-hole golf course, fine dining and entertainment at the GrandView Steak House Restaurant & Lounge, browsing in our well-stocked Golf Shop and shopping for golf apparel and fine fashions along with unique gifts and accessories in the Trends Sports Boutique.
Experienced and beginner golfers can fine-tune their game. Painted Mountain is home to the John Jacobs' Golf Schools, The World Leader in Golf Instruction.
18-hole course rewards a precise short game with a chain of challenging par-4 and par-3 holes
The new Longbow Golf Club was unveiled in the fall of 2003. Following a complete redesign with the addition of a striking new clubhouse, expanded acreage and totally revamped practice facility, Longbow, more than ever is a “must-play.” "It is truly unique and exiting to be given the opportunity to enhance a golf course that you are already very proud of,” said Ken Kavanaugh, the original course architect who directed the redesign. 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.
Bear Creek Golf Club is a 36-hole, daily fee facility that has quickly earned the reputation for being one of Greater Phoenix`s best golf values. Created by the Nicklaus Design Group, Bear Creek was nominated by Golf Digest for "Best New Daily Fee Golf Course" in 2001.
In addition to our Championship (The Bear) and Executive (The Cub) length courses, we also have a full Practice and Learning Center, staffed by PGA Professionals who are available for both individual and group lessons.
The Cub is a fun, sporty par 59, 3,552-yard executive length course. The ideal place for beginners, juniors and families, the Cub has five par 4's and thirteen par 3's. The holes vary in length, allowing players to hit every club in their bag. The greens feature interesting swales and collection areas, designed to challenge players of all skill levels. Rounds on the Cub course should be played in no more than 2 hours and 40 minutes.
ViewPoint Golf Resort offers 27 holes of traditional golf at an exceptional price. ViewPoint offers real value for the discriminating golfer.
The 18-hole Championship Course and the 9-hole Executive Course feature immaculately manicured greens, lush tree-lined fairways, inviting yet challenging water features, strategically placed bunkers and panoramic views of the Superstition Mountains, Red Mountain and the Usery Mountains.
9 hole executive course that will satisfy players of all abilities. The par 71 championship course provides a fair test without the extremes of desert target golf. Relax and enjoy the tree-lined fairways and strategic bunkering. The sounds of rippling streams or cascading waterfalls will remind you why we play this game. If you’re a beginning player or you’re working on your short game, you’ll love our 9 hole executive course.
Lone Tree Golf Club, designed by architect Darryl Wilson of the CMX Group, opened in January of 2001.This semi-private, traditional style course makes the perfect setting for Arizona golf vacations and features five holes with water, one with an island green. Lone Tree Golf Club`s beautiful landscaping and natural surroundings rival that of many Phoenix golf courses and has four sets of tees and tiff dwarf grass overseeded with rye. A full service golf shop and practice facility are also available.
The golf experience at Red Mountain Ranch Country Club is truly unique. Pete Dye's masterpiece is a 6,653-yard, par-72, 18-hole championship layout. The golfing membership is very active with a variety of groups in which to participate and meet new friends.
Rolling Hills Golf Course in Tempe, Arizona is the perfect executive course to work on improving your short game. Get ready to use every club in your bag at this 18 hole public course! Rolling Hills Golf Course is only 3838 yards with a Par 62, but it is very challenging for a short course. It includes many Par 3’s that require great accuracy and great irons. To put things into perspective, the longest hole at Rolling Hills Golf Course is 310 yards. If you don’t make it onto the green, you may find your ball rolling down a hill. The greens at Rolling Hills Golf Course are very well manicured, but you will need to putt strong. The fairways are in great shape and the course is always being maintained.
Rolling Hills Golf Course gets its name from the elevation throughout the course. It is a very hilly course which can be hard to find in Tempe, but still has the Arizona desert terrain feel to it - all while keeping the greens and fairways extra vibrant. Because of these hills, there is an opportunity to practice shots from many different angles, making for a great learning course. Since the course has many Par 3’s, Rolling Hills Golf Course has an excellent pace of play and is a great place to go for a quick 18 holes after work. Some people finish the course in two hours! To make it even better, this “must play” course is inexpensive but still a top-tier course. Golf instruction and a driving range are also available at this golf course.
If you’re looking to sharpen your game, head to Rolling Hills Golf Course. This popular executive course is one of the finest in Tempe and truly provides a unique and pleasurable experience for players of all ages.
Range balls are included with all rounds! Las Sendas is a nature walk through the desert, attracting you with beauty and challenging you with shot options. You can`t wait to get back and play it again.Las Sendas requires you to think your way around to play it well. Here, old foxes can outwit young limberbacks. Just hitting the ball will not be enough. You must favor the correct sides of the fairways to obtain the best angles to the greens. Some holes require a little governor, or lay-up, so as not to leave you with an impossible view to the greens. Generally, the greens are subtle. But, be very precise when you read the break to avoid slipping past the hole, as the land mostly falls toward the southwest and the grass grows toward the setting sun.Las Sendas is not a course contrived with artifice, decor, or railroad ties, nor is it a target course. It is a strategic course, so learn the preferred route from tee to green. It is a Wild West Course, and you`d better bring your six-gun, because you`re going to have to shoot it here.Robert Trent Jones, Jr.,Designer of Las Sendas
Whirlwind Golf Club is acknowledged as one of the finest golf facilities in the Southwest. After opening in fall of 2000, this golf club established itself as the premier Arizona golf resort destination. Located at Wild Horse Pass in the city of Chandler, Whirlwind Golf Club hosts 36 holes of championship golf: Cattail Course and Devil’s Claw Course. Although this course is only 11 miles from Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, Whirlwind Golf Club offers a quiet, peaceful and well-conditioned golf facility with the feeling of a destination golf club. Whirlwind Golf Club was ranked among the best courses you can play by Golfweek Magazine and has hosted the PGA of America, USGA, Web.com, and now hopes you will come get a taste of the experience during a round at one of their splendidly designed courses. Whirlwind Golf Club is surrounded by majestic mountain views and is sprawling across pristine desert with no homes lining the fairways. Both courses offer a true test to golf and have many challenging Par 3’s and 4’s. With the enticing destination, distinguished course layout, and excellence in service and guest experiences, Whirlwind Golf Club will never fail to provide you the best golf and dining experience in South Valley.
Whirlwind Golf Club has established itself as a premier golf destination for Arizonans as well as travelers from around the globe. The facility features 36 perfectly manicured holes draped over 242 acres of exquisite desert landscape. The property’s signature wild, roaming horses and other desert wildlife enjoy the peacefulness of Whirlwind’s unspoiled habitat. Despite the short 12-mile drive from Phoenix’s Sky Harbor International Airport, guests of Whirlwind indulge themselves in the picturesque golf environment and the tranquility of a location so seemingly distant from the commotion of everyday life.
The Las Colinas Golf Club Features a dynamic landscape. One that designer and architect Mike Asmundson found offered all the elements of a challenging yet playable course. With numerous mature trees, native grasses and plants, even the obstacles have never been so inviting. An imposing mountain range backs one hole - a par 5 dogleg. Two other holes are played lakeside. And there are greens separated by desert washes, where you may catch a glimpse of local fauna.
Papago Golf Course opened in 1963 and was designed by famous golf course architect William Francis "Billy" Bell, who has more than 200 golf course designs under his belt, including Torrey Pines in La Jolla, Calif. Bell used Papago’s natural topography to accentuate the gently rolling terrain found throughout the golf course, and he also showcases the stunning views of the Papago Buttes, Camelback Mountain, South Mountain and downtown Phoenix. Papago was selected to host the 2009 Phoenix LPGA International Presented by Mirassou Winery in March. Papago played host to the 1971 U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship, and was a regular qualifying course for the Phoenix Open. It also served as the neighborhood city course for some of Arizona’s most recognizable junior players, including Billy Mayfair and the Farr sisters, Heather and Missy. It became so popular that in its heyday golfers would park overnight in their cars to try and secure tee times. The course shut down on April 4, 2008, to undergo an extensive restoration project, which included re-turfing of all the greens, fairways and rough; the installation of a new irrigation system; the removal of trees to improve sight lines and views; and reshaping and adding of bunkers. Renowned golf course architect William "Billy" Fuller directed the renovation project, keeping the restoration as close to Bell’s original design as possible. The course re-opened to the public on December 6, 2008. The par-72 layout includes four sets of tee boxes and will play from 5,404 yards to 7,333 yards, with a USGA course rating of 75 and slope rating of 130 from the back tees.
Apache Creek Golf Club opened on November 23, 1994. In this short time, it has become quite popular with golfers Valley-wide.Apache Creek is a turf-style desert course with transitional areas framing the fairways, making accurate tee shots an absolute must if you want to see negative number on your scorecard.The small-to-medium-sized green can be a bit feisty. However, with a little skill, you`ll capture a few birdies, and with Apache Creek`s great rates, they won`t cost you an arm and a leg in the process.
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Selected as "North America's Leading Golf Resort" by World Travel Awards, the Phoenician Golf Club in Scottsdale, AZ offers golfers one of the highest quality and most unique course experiences available to anyone interested in booking a tee time at this course. Managed by Troon Golf, a world leader in luxury golf course management, the Phoenician Golf Club offers up 18-holes of challenging golf, beautiful views of the surrounding Arizona scenery and a golf experience that cannot be replicated anywhere else. Golfers interested in booking a tee time at this course should do so now as inventory tends to go fast. After a 10-month redesign in 2018, the new Phoenician Golf Course has as an outstanding facility for golf enthusiasts. Using previously existing fairway corridors to reroute the course and develop new holes with re-contoured fairways as well as rebuilt and resurfaced green complexes, Architect Phil Smith transformed the previous 27-hole facility into a cohesive 18-hole golf course with a natural rhythm and flow. Everything is in front of the golfer, with no surprise bunkers or blind hazards. Showcasing the unique beauty of Arizona’s Sonoran Desert, the course plays to a par 71 and offers four sets of player-friendly tees, ranging from 4,594 yards from the forward tees to 6,518 yards from the championship tees. Complementing it are The Phoenician Golf Shop, locker rooms and 19th Hole dining venue, which were all renovated and expanded. Phoenician Golf Club caters to players of every skill level who are ready to book a tee time and take on one of the most recognized courses in the Phoenix and Scottsdale, AZ area. The award-winning Phoenician Golf Club is proudly ranked among the “Top 75 Golf Resorts in America” by Golf Digest. Whether you want a full 18 or just a quick 9, The Phoenician Golf Course has options that will accommodate any golfer regardless of tee time. The Phoenician Golf Club also has a luxurious and well-equipped, 2,200 square foot golf shop on site available to all their guests. With items from top brands in golf apparel and footwear, as well as equipment from Titleist, Callaway, and other industry-leading brands, Phoenician's golf shop has a wide selection of products guaranteed to meet every need a golfer may have and to guarantee a perfect tee time. Golfers can also utilize the driving range, chipping and pitching areas, practice greens and bunkers to test out new equipment or perfect their swing before their tee time. Thanks to the sunny and warm desert climate found in Scottsdale, Arizona, the Phoenician Golf Resort
Two uniquely different Arizona golf courses offer many options according to the golfer’s level of playing skill. Located on and owned by the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, the North and South courses provide a serene yet challenging day of play. "Whichever course one chooses or prefers, it was our desire to portray golf in a traditional sense, which quietly merges with its tranquil desert surroundings.
The elegant 26,000 square foot clubhouse offers an award winning golf shop, player's locker rooms, full service dining room, and private dining areas for groups of all sizes. There is a complete practice facility available for all guests.
Scottsdale Silverado’s par 70, 18-hole championship layout offers golfers a challenging and enjoyable golf experience in a beautiful setting. Silverado lures golfers of all skill levels with its undulating terrain, elevated tee boxes and breathtaking mountain views. Combine this with its state of the art clubhouse which includes a fully stocked golf shop, an award winning lunch menu, and a magnificent patio and it’s obvious why Silverado has become Scottsdale’s most played 18 hole golf course.
The Links at Queen Creek is "The Hidden Gem of the East Valley". The Links is a daily-fee, par 70 championship course with tee boxes for all playing abilities. The course nearly measures six thousand yards and features five lakes and two running streams winding through its lush green terrain."
McCormick Ranch Golf Club offers two resort golf courses in beautiful Scottsdale, AZ. 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.
McCormick Ranch Golf Club’s practice facility has one of the Southwest’s largest putting greens, a spacious driving range, and a bunkered chipping green open every day.
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