Featured Arizona Golf Courses
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Crafted by renowned golf course architect Gary Panks, the championship design at the daily fee Trilogy Golf Club draws upon distinctive land features and a backdrop of stunning Arizona scenery to result in a truly extraordinary setting.
Desert golf takes on new meaning when playing a game at the Starr Pass Tucson Golf Club. As if a 27-hole Arnold Palmer Signature Golf Facility with a double-loaded driving range, rejuvenating 20,000 square foot clubhouse and top-quality golf shop wasn't enough inspiration, be awed by the backdrop of natural mountain ranges. Notice the dramatic drops in elevation around you and feel the winds of the Tucson Mountains swirl about. For tee times please call 520-670-0400.
The Wigwam's three 18-hole championship golf courses offer a diversity that cannot be matched by any other Arizona resort. Here, the golf enthusiast has their pick of not just one or two courses, but three 18-hole courses - 54 holes of championship golf including two courses designed by the legendary Robert Trent Jones, Sr. And, in true Wigwam style, each course - The Gold, Patriot and Heritage offers a unique challenge that adds spice and variety to one's stay at this timeless and relaxing retreat.
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.
Unrivaled among Scottsdale resorts, JW Marriott's Camelback Inn Resort & Spa remains faithful to its storied history while boldly embracing the future. Rated Five-Diamonds by AAA for 37 consecutive years and located on a breathtaking 125-acre campus beneath Mummy Mountain, our stunning Scottsdale luxury hotel's casita rooms and impressive amenities leave guests with the thought of "In all the world, only one..." At our Scottsdale golf resort, guests can enjoy 36-holes of championship golf.
Play unlimited golf at three Marriott golf resorts with a Stay & Play package that make up the JW Arizona Luxury Golf Collection! Take in the views of the Sonoran Desert with our two championship courses designed by Arnold Palmer and Nick Faldo at Wildfire Golf Club at JW Marriott Desert Ridge, enjoy the meticulously lush landscaping of Camelback Golf Club at JW Marriott Camelback Inn or play all 27-holes of Arnold Palmer signature golf at Starr Pass Golf Club at JW Marriott Starr Pass.
Troon North Golf Club stands as a hallmark of the Scottsdale desert golf experience with two 18-hole courses stretching through the natural ravines and foothills in the shadows of Pinnacle Peak. Giant granite boulders lie strewn across the rugged landscape of Arizona's Sonoran Desert, where Troon North Golf Club combines iconic golf with the visual sensation of desert landscape, providing a standard unmatched in the American Southwest.
Located just 30 minutes west of downtown Phoenix, this spectacular desert golf course, nestled in the master-planned community of Estrella, features challenging play in the midst of breathtaking beauty. This dramatic course of Nicklaus Design, with Jack Nicklaus ll as the primary designer, flows along the contours of the land, allowing washes and hillsides to remain in a pristine state. Golf Club of Estrella, consistently ranked by Golfweek magazine as one of the Top-Twenty Public Courses in Arizona.
JW Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge Resort & Spa & Wildfire Golf Club
Wildfire Golf Club is situated in the rugged Sonoran Desert of Northeast Phoenix, and features two picturesque 18-hole courses designed by two of golf's greatest legends -- Arnold Palmer and Nick Faldo.
Scottsdale, known as "The World's Finest Golf Destination" has more than 200 courses in the area, and is a true a golfer's paradise. Looking for the drama and beauty of desert golf? Or are the shotmaking and strategy of traditional layouts more your style? We've got 'em both. Our course guide offers all the info you need to pick your perfect course!
Established in 1984 and designed by one of the world's preeminent golf course architects, Tom Fazio, the Mountain and Canyon courses at Ventana Canyon offer unique character and natural desert golf experience. Based at the magnificent foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains, Ventana Canyon golf courses are surrounded by lush, native Sonoran desert vegetation and spotted with majestic saguaro cacti. While not your typical desert target golf, both the Mountain and Canyon courses can offer exciting challenges for even the most experienced golfer; with changes in elevation and large rolling greens, these award winning courses have a surprising element of judgment for making your club selection.
The JW Marriott Camelback Inn's Ambiente Course, previously Indian Bend, has finished a $10 million dollar rebuild, complete with alternate tee locations, the restructuring of individual holes, reconfigured golf cart paths, and completely new course topography. We invite you to play the new jewel of the desert, Ambiente Golf Course.
Come and experience one of Arizona's true golfing treasures.
The premier of Sedona Arizona golf courses, the Oakcreek Country Club is an 18 hole championship golf course nestled in the majestic Sedona red rocks. Designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. and Robert Trent Jones Jr., this Sedona, Arizona golf course is truly a masterpiece featuring Sedona red rock views beyond compare.
This Sedona, Arizona golf course is a traditional layout similar to those that you may find in the midwestern United States. In the usual Trent Jones manner, the fairways are classic tree lined doglegs with fairway bunkers strategically placed in the landing areas, and the greens are all slightly elevated and surrounded with large swirling greenside bunkers. The golf course is "player friendly", allowing plently of room for error but always with an opportunity to recover and get errant shots back into play.