Select from a variety of Arizona courses to suit your style

The Boulders – North & South course
The Boulders – North & South course
One of the most highly acclaimed golf resorts in America, The Boulders is a repeated winner of Golf Magazine's Gold Medal Award as one of the nation's top golf resorts. Featuring two championship-level, Jay Morrish-designed courses, these links are known for breathtaking surroundings and sweeping panoramic views.
Gold Canyon - Dinosaur Mountain course
Gold Canyon - Dinosaur Mountain course
Dinosaur Mountain is the grander of the two golf courses. Top rated in many magazines, Dinosaur Mountain is famous for its 150 feet elevation changes, views of Superstition Mountains, and rough volcanic desert vegetation. It is one of the most amazing golf courses in Arizona because of the dramatic panoramic views of the Arizona desert.
Grayhawk - Raptor course
Grayhawk - Raptor course
The Tom Fazio-designed Raptor course offers a thrilling challenge that commands a player’s respect through a daring, high-stakes game of risk and reward. Stretching 7,135 yards from the back tees, the par-72 course unfolds over the gentle hills and across shaded natural washes typical of this picturesque corner of the Sonoran Desert.
Grayhawk - Talon course
Grayhawk - Talon course
Designed by former U.S. Open and PGA Champion David Graham and golf course architect Gary Panks, the Talon Course is one of the most exciting and dramatic tests of golf in the Southwest. The 6,973-yard Talon course is one of the highest rated daily-fee golf courses in Arizona.
Designed by Rees Jones and built on a canvas of desert that stretches as far as the eye can see, Quintero offers a wide variety of natural terrain through which Jones creatively placed his 7,208 yards of challenge and rewards known as The Founders Course. A true gem & a must play course while in Arizona.
The TPC of Scottsdale - Stadium course
The TPC of Scottsdale - Stadium course
The Stadium course was named one of the “Top 10 Public Golf Courses in Arizona” by Golf Digest. The magnificent par-71, 7,216- yard Stadium Course was designed by Jay Morrish and Tom Weiskopf expressly to serve as the stage for the PGA TOUR’s legendary Phoenix Open – the largest spectator golf event in the world.
Troon North - Monument course
Troon North - Monument course
Monument course is the # 1 rated public golf course in Arizona and Golf Magazine has rated it # 6 in the country. The course is an eccentric design of desert and target style golf that will leave you with the most picturesque memories of the surrounding foothills and of Pinnacle Peak.
Troon North - Pinnacle course
Troon North - Pinnacle course
It carries a rating of #3 in Arizona and Golf Magazine has rated it #30 in the country. While it is the newer of the two courses at Troon North Golf Club, it carries the same prestige as the Monument course, and is also one of Arizona's premier desert golf courses.
We Ko Pa - Cholla course
We Ko Pa - Cholla course
Open since December 2001, the Cholla Course has garnered countless honors and has quickly become recognized as the reference course for quintessential desert golf. This 7,225 yard layout was named by Sports Illustrated as one of the 10 best new public courses in the world shortly after its debut.
We Ko Pa - Saguaro course
We Ko Pa - Saguaro course
The Saguaro Course is a desert golf experience unlike any other. Integrating design elements not commonly found in the desert, the course has more in common with older, more traditional courses where greens are close to tees and the course follows the natural movement of the land.
Wildfire - Faldo course
Wildfire - Faldo course
The Faldo Championship Course, which plays up to 6,846 yards, offers a slight variation from the typical desert-theme courses. It features generous fairways, large greens and multiple tee boxes. The surrounding mountains and century-old saguaro cacti provide a spectacular setting for the golf course and golfing guests.
Wildfire - Palmer course
Wildfire - Palmer course
The Palmer Signature Course plays up to 7,145 yards, providing a very scenic desert experience. The expansive fairways allow the player to remain in play even on an errant shot. The flashed bunkering on Palmer is superb, and the putting greens carry plenty of undulation, like many Arnold Palmer designs.