Select from a variety of Arizona courses to suit your style

ASU Karsten
ASU Karsten
A classic Pete Dye, links-style course set in the shadows of ASU's Sun Devil Stadium. Awarded 4 1/2 stars by the prestigious Golf Digest Rating Panel, this well maintained and challenging design features Dye's signature mounding and creative bunkering.
AZ Biltmore - Adobe course
AZ Biltmore - Adobe course
This course is considered stately and grand, a forefather of modern design. The Adobe offers a simplistic beauty hard to find in an era when trickery is a goal in golf course architecture. When you long for a relaxing yet challenging round, there are few equal.
AZ Biltmore - Links course
AZ Biltmore - Links course
The younger of the Biltmore family, smart, fresh and a bit precocious, this celebrated layout has quickly earned the respect of golfers everywhere. Rolling fairways lined with luscious pines meander through some of the most stunning homes in Phoenix
Copper Canyon
Copper Canyon
An upscale, Troon managed, 18-hole championship golf course designed by Lee Schmidt and Brian Curley and sits within the confines of the White Tank Mountains, west of Phoenix. The golf course offers up to four sets of tees that range from 5,200 yards to over 6,800 yards in length.
Desert Canyon
Desert Canyon
A challenging yet rewarding 18-hole course where you can enjoy your passion for the game. It features elevated tees coupled with a variety of elevation changes. Fairways, though open, play tight and prove challenging with strategically placed doglegs.
Eagle Mountain
Eagle Mountain
This traditional Scott Miller design encompasses up to 300 feet of elevation changes from tee box to fairway allowing for the most amazing views of the entire city as well as Red Mountain. This stadium style course travels through canyons and valleys where wildlife and thick desert landscaping lie.
Golf Club of Estrella
Golf Club of Estrella
This remarkable golf course is located against the base of the Sierra Estrella Mountains. The Jack Nicklaus II design boasts colorful desert surroundings lined with all types of desert plant life. Wide landing areas, low cut roughs and rolling fairways flow across the natural shape of the land.
Gold Canyon - Sidewinder
Gold Canyon - Sidewinder
Sidewinder is much more of a resort golf course. A mix of desert and traditional terrain make Sidewinder a favorite amongst golfers who like strategic play. The fairways play narrow off the tee making this more of a target style course.
Las Sendas
Las Sendas
Considered as one of the most challenging desert golf courses in Arizona, this Robert Trent Jones II design combines narrow fairways lined with thick dense desert vegetation on both sides of the golf course. Wide, fast, unsteady greens simply add to the already complex layout.
Rich in heritage and history, Legacy is an 18-hole par 71 championship golf course designed by renowned golf course architect Gary Panks. Located on what was once Dwight B. Heard’s 7,500-acre ranch, the golf club is rich in Arizona heritage and history.
McCormick Ranch - Palm course
McCormick Ranch - Palm course
The Palm course gets its name from the many palm trees that line the golf course. Wide and forgiving fairways provide ease to the golfer while it's 10 water holes and large trees bring some difficulty to the course.
McCormick Ranch - Pine course
McCormick Ranch - Pine course
The Pine course features more narrow and thicker tree lined fairways as opposed to its sister course. Ponds of water come into play around the greens on a few holes making this course the tougher challenge.
McDowell Mountain
McDowell Mountain
In spring of 2011, Phil Mickelson and 'Coach' Steve Loy acquired the operating rights to McDowell Mountain Golf Club and took on a significant golf course enhancement and renovation. McDowell Mountain Golf Club now features a premier golfing experience for both pros and beginners.
A scenic and challenging golf course, in a convenient, central location within 15 minutes of downtown Phoenix and Sky Harbor Airport. The course provides spectacular views of Phoenix from its unique, strategic setting at the base of Papago Buttes.
Pointe at Lookout Mountain
Pointe at Lookout Mountain
Lookout Mountain has been consistently voted one of the top 25 golf courses in the state of Arizona. Featuring lush greens entwined by carefully preserved Sonoran Desert Terrain, this championship 18-hole course combines spectacular scenery with challenging play.
Rancho Manana
Rancho Manana
This course has been voted over and over again as the course with the most scenic views of the South-western desert. Designed by Bill Johnston, Rancho Manana snakes up and down large hills and mountains and through rough, jagged desert terrain. Rancho Manana is a true test of your short game.
Raven at South Mountain
Raven at South Mountain
A Northwest-meets-desert-course layout. Designed by David Graham and Gary Panks, this traditional-style Arizona golf course features large greens, generous fairways, thousands of trees such a Georgia Pines and an abundance of bunkers strategically placed to add challenge to the course.
Southern Dunes
Southern Dunes
Here - amid uninhibited, 360-degree views of Arizona’s magnificent desert expanses - this world-class, Troon Golf-managed club offers impeccable course conditioning, unmatched playability and superlative customer service, thus ensuring an unparalleled round of sensational Southwestern golf.
This Arthur Hills design travels through meandering dry creek beds which come into play of 15 of the 18 holes. These creek beds feature loose stones and light desert brush. Wide yet hilly fairways make Stonecreek Golf Club enjoyable and fun for all levels.
Sunridge Canyon
Sunridge Canyon
This 18-hole facility ascends through deep canyons rising onto tall mountains. Narrow fairways, high elevation changes, thick desert terrain and spectacular mountain views make SunRidge Canyon Golf Club one of the most scenic and challenging desert golf courses in Arizona.
Talking Stick - North course
Talking Stick - North course
With its broad, angular holes, the North course rewards thoughtful play through the rise of its many options according to one’s level of skill. Its low profile, slightly crowned greens and close-cropped approaches encourage running as well as aerial assaults.
Talking Stick – South course
Talking Stick – South course
More straightforward than the North Course, it is 6,833 yards at par 71. With its tree lined fairways and raised greens defended at the sides; the South course offers a more straightforward style of play. It presents its challenge and strategy in an open and clear-cut fashion.
Architect Ken Kavanaugh's design was intended to create a course that would be enjoyable to play for all skill levels. Tegavah meanders through the Verde Valley complete with spectacular views of the Superstition Mountains, the Tonto National Forest, Weaver's Needle, and Four Peaks.
TPC of Scottsdale - Champions course
TPC of Scottsdale - Champions course
The Champions course was brilliantly crafted Randy Heckenkemper and offers the consummate desert golf experience. Featuring undulating Bermuda fairways, pristine greens and challenging bunkers, the par-71 course meanders over natural ravines and picturesque foothills.
Tonto Verde – Peaks course
Tonto Verde – Peaks course
The Peaks is shorter and narrower with tighter landing areas off the tee. It is challenging around the greens featuring smaller, undulating and fast greens. A combination of well-placed bunkers and desert areas create a wonderful yet friendly golf experience.
Tonto Verde – Ranch course
Tonto Verde – Ranch course
The Ranch features wider landing areas off the tee and larger greens with subtle breaks. Strategically placed bunkers, water and desert areas laced throughout the course can be a challenging event for the most experienced golfer, yet the Ranch Course is a very fun and playable course.
Verrado Golf Club
Verrado Golf Club
An 18-hole championship course, Verrado features a dramatic mountainside setting with massive rock outcroppings, large desert washes, picturesque box canyons and dramatic elevation changes. Verrado, one of Greater Phoenix’s top golf facilities, opened in 2004 to impressive accolades.
Whirlwind – Cattail course
Whirlwind – Cattail course
The newer of the two courses. Like the original course, the terrain is flat all around; however, Cat Tail offers deep canyons off Hole # 15 and sparking lakes. Longer narrow fairways and greens undulations add an undeniable challenge.
Whirlwind – Devil’s Claw course
Whirlwind – Devil’s Claw course
The layout is a relatively flat layout with natural desert plants surrounding the rolling and player friendly fairways. Two water features exist on the course that will demand extra attention. The challenge lies where deep bunkers rest on the fairways around the greens.
Wigwam – Gold course
Wigwam – Gold course
Created in 1964 to rival another of Robert Trent Jones Sr.'s courses, the famed South Course at Firestone Country Club. At more than 7,430 yards, this long and winding par-72 course will challenge even the finest of golfers, leaving them with club choices that will either reward or reprimand their decisions.
Wigwam – Heritage course
Wigwam – Heritage course
Nearly 6,900 yards and plays alongside an abundance of natural water features and lush trees. The par-72 layout has generous fairways and greens, yet its finishing stretch is as tough as any-a certain test for anyone.
Wigwam – Patriot course
Wigwam – Patriot course
The Patriot has been described as the 'great contradiction' in that it behaves so very differently from front to backside. This 6,000 yard, par-70 course is known to be technical and challenging yet subtle, as golfers must negotiate a number of perilous bunkers, thirsty ponds and challenging dog-leg fairways.