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    Chaparral Pines’ private championship golf course is an 18-hole, par-72 masterpiece designed by former U.S. Open and PGA Champion David Graham and noted Scottsdale-based architect Gary Panks. It was named one of Golf Digest’s “Top 10 New Private Golf Courses in the U.S.” when it opened in 1997 and consistently ranks among the magazine’s “Top 10 Private Golf Courses” in Arizona. Spreading over the Mogollon Rim country of northern Arizona, the golf course features a variety of challenging holes, beautifully manicured fairways and breathtaking views of the majestic landscape – all of which exceed any golfer’s expectations. In addition, an assortment of intrinsic man-made lakes, streams and washes add to the serenity of the course. Thanks to Payson's mild climate, avid golfers can enjoy year-round golf.


    Coyote Lakes Golf Club is considered a favorite Course within the West Valley. Every Golf Car has a GPS Industries Navigation System. Coyote Lakes was congratulated in 2 consecutive yearly editions for receiving Golf Digest's 4-Star Rating in the seventh edition of Golf Digest's BEST PLACES TO PLAY. The work most often used to describe Coyote Lakes is FUN. Golfers who can control their shot off the tee and around the bunkered greens only have to worry about our quick and contoured greens. Better golfers think because the course plays 6,213 yards that they will bring Coyote Lakes to it knee's. However when Arthur Jack Snyder and Forrest Richardson collaborated on the course layout in 1993, they elected to follow the natural terrain of the existing property versus using tons of fill dirt. The result was a course with an abundance of undulating fairways so it rewards course management versus a "GRIP IT AND RIP IT MENTALITY". This "SURPRISE'-INGLY challenging golf course is loaded with amentities but yet still affordable.


    Nestled in the ravines of Arizona's McDowell Mountains and colorized by dramatic sunrises and sunsets, Eagle Mountain beckons those who desire an outstanding golf experience. Opened in 1996, this Scott Miller designed course is a spectacular representation of man's creation in harmony with nature as it winds through natural box canyons, rolling hills, and lush desert valleys. At Eagle Mountain you'll find a challenging yet fair golf experience, with contoured fairways and immaculately maintained emerald greens throughout this par-71, 6800-yard layout.

  • EL RIO

    El Rio dates back to the 1930’s and was the original site of the PGA’s Tucson Open. The course was operated as a country club until 1968 when the City of Tucson acquired it for public use. The course layout features tight fairways, small greens, relatively flat terrain, two lakes, and many trees. El Rio’s layout is over 6,400 yards from the back tees, and nearly 5,400 from the fronts. The course also features Junior tees measuring just less than 4,700 yards.


    Fred Enke offers golfers an interesting and challenging approach to golf course design. The major features of the course are its vast teeing areas, large greens, strategic bunkers and sand traps, and most important of all, its concept as a semi-arid, limited turf course. Grass is used only on the tees, ball landing areas, and greens, with undisturbed native plants comprising the remainder of the landscaping. Golfers have the option of four teeing areas. They range from 6,800 to 5,000 yards.


    Built on the foothills of Scottsdale's McDowell Mountains and adjacent to the nationally recognized Westworld equestrian center, this outstanding Scottsdale golf course now stretches to a 7,072-yards and delivers a stunning Scottsdale golf experience that will keep you coming back for more. This Scottsdale golf gem shines even brighter after undergoing a massive golf course enhancement and renovation in 2011. During this renovation, course architectural changes were overseen by the original golf course architect, Randy Heckenkemper and included making many of the playing corridors wider, created additional waste bunker and adding additional teeing areas!


    Mount Graham Golf Course is a walker-friendly, traditional 18-hole par 72 course. For men, the course plays 6,354 yards, par 72 with a rating of 69.5 and a slope of 116. For women, it's 5,691 yards, par 73 with a rating of 70.6 and a slope of 119. The course's water and sand provide a great challenge for the average golfer. Opened in 1956, Mt. Graham Golf Course plays a central role in the surrounding community. It is home to the Safford and Thatcher High Schools, and the Eastern Arizona College golf teams. It also plays host to active women's and men's golf associations, as well as several invitational tournaments each year; and previously hosted an annual Southwest Sectional PGA pro-am. Each year the golf course draws winter visitors from around the country and affords residents very attractive recreational opportunities year round.


    Players refer to Ocotillo Golf Resort as a 27-hole golf oasis - something different than the desert golf they're used to playing in Arizona. The staff, meanwhile, takes pride in adhering to the highest standards of course conditions and customer service. Located in Chandler, and designed by Ted Robinson, the three nine-hole courses play in combinations with yardages ranging from 6,782 to 7,016 from the back tees. This traditional-style course features lush fairways, cascading waterfalls and colorful flora. The water features are both beautiful and dramatic, and are an integral part of Robinson's vision, while the layout offers generous fairways and landing areas, creating birdie opportunities for golfers who think their way around the course.


    Palm Valley Golf Club has two distinct 18-hole layouts, superb conditions, and complete practice and dining facilities make it a true gem of the West Valley and a must play destination for those visiting the Phoenix area. It's a supreme challenge for the low handicap golfer yet forgiving for someone who wants an enjoyable experience regardless of the score. The Arthur Hills-designed Palms Course, a par-72 layout that covers 7,015 yards from the back tees, features one of the finest closing holes in the region -- the par 5 18th with a lake on the left side of the fairway that wraps around a three-tiered green. The par-62 Lakes Course, designed by Hale Irwin, offers a shorter, quicker round of golf although no less of a challenge. The Lakes Course winds through the desert with many of its greens guarded by water.


    Papago Golf Course, owned by the City of Phoenix, AZ, was long considered the finest public golf course in the state. It was designed by well known and esteemed golf course architect William Francis (Billy) Bell, who learned his craft from his father, William Park Bell. Friends old and new can now experience 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. Despite its convenient central location, golfers experience a setting rich with the native elements that make Arizona a unique state. And its location within Papago Park helps deliver the peace and quiet expected in a round of golf, allowing for the concentration the course's challenges warrant.


    Discover a four seasons paradise just a few hours from Phoenix and Tucson, that is home to Pinetop Lakes Golf & Country Club. Featuring an executive 18-hole golf course boasting five par-4’s and two par-5’s, warm up on an 18-stall turfgrass driving range and two immaculately manicured practice greens. Playing 4,558 yards from the tips, Pinetop Lakes has everything you need to elevate your game, including lessons provide by golf professionals. This is not your typical executive track - all holes are lined on each side with beautiful tall pines and gorgeous homes. Keep your drivers in check and here we go!


    Pinewood Country Club is in a prime resort community located just 120 miles north of Phoenix and 20 miles south of Flagstaff. Pinewood Country Club is a semi-private, member owned club that is the perfect retreat. With a wide array of indoor and outdoor amenities and activities, you are sure to keep busy. The club and its surroundings offer a true sense of community, as well as the perfect setting to enjoy all the things Pinewood has to offer. Our beautiful golf course is also available for public play.


    Established in 1971, Prescott Golf Club features panoramic views of the Mingus and Bradshaw Mountain ranges. Its championship golf course, designed by famed golfer and architect Milt Coggins, stretches out 6,800 yards from the back tees and plays to a par 72. Prescott Golf Club is well-known for its fast bentgrass greens and lush, tree-lined fairways that present golfers of all skill levels an exciting test. The club also features a double-sided practice range, and full-size chipping and putting greens.


    Randolph North opened in 1925, and was the site of the P.G.A. Seiko Tucson Match Play Championship, the P.G.A. Joe Garagiola Tucson Open and the PING/Welch’s LPGA Championship. It is Tucson City Golf’s longest golf course, measuring 6,900 yards from the championship tees and just short of 6,000 from the front tees. The course setting is a scenic one with numerous tall trees, lush fairways, and a beautiful view of the mountains surrounding Tucson. The course features water hazards on five holes and long fairways. The centrally located, Dell Urich opened in 1996 after complete re-design on the site of the former Randolph South Golf Course. The dramatic makeover features spectacular views from four sets of tees, and dramatic elevation changes. Dell Urich is the former home of the Tucson LPGA tour stop. It measures more than 6,600 yards from the back tees, and almost 5,300 from the fronts.


    Nestled in Arizona’s spectacular Mogollon Rim country amid the largest stand of ponderosa pines in the nation, The Rim Golf Club is the ultimate golf experience in the south-western United States. Serene, picturesque, rustic and romantic, the club has instantly become one of the nation’s classic country club communities. With expansive panoramic vistas and exceptional golf course design, The Rim Golf Club truly enjoys the very best that Northern Arizona has to offer!


    No other Sedona golf course provides a better combination of jaw-dropping splendor and exceptional challenge than the acclaimed Sedona Golf Resort. Located in the heart of one of the most captivating regions of the Southwest, the thrilling 6,646-yard, par - 71 course is widely considered among the world's most unforgettable golf experiences. Winding around the famed red rocks of Sedona, each hole provides a unique adventure. If you could play golf in the Grand Canyon, this would be it. No wonder this championship Sedona golf course receives a continuous four-star rating from Golf Digest. Visitors and locals alike say that playing Sedona Golf Resort tops the list of things to do in Sedona, AZ.


    Silverbell Golf Course is a championship layout located high upon the west bank of the Santa Cruz River. The course features wide undulating fairways that meander among stands of mature pine trees, strategically placed bunkers, and two large lakes that come in to play on five holes. The remarkable varieties of holes challenge a golfer’s skill for both power and finesse. A par 70 golf course consisting of five par 3’s and three par 5’s of varying lengths and strategies will test and excite golfers of all abilities from beginner to professional. The back tees measure 6,900 yards, and the forward tees are over 5,800.


    Situated at the base of the picturesque Tortolita Mountains, Stone Canyon provides the most spectacular desert setting anywhere. With views of the majestic Santa Catalina Mountains everywhere you turn, golfers will be amazed by the breathtaking beauty. From the rock formations to the thousands of giant saguaros overlooking the lush, green fairways, tees and putting surfaces. The golf course itself encompasses 18 uniquely designed golf holes, with teeing options ranging from 5,100 yards to over 7,300 yards. Each hole has a minimum of 5 tee pads making the course enjoyable for the beginner golfer, yet challenging for the accomplished player.


    Sunland Springs Golf Club is located in the shadow of the Superstition Mountain Range in Mesa, AZ. Sunland Springs Village has Mesa’s only 27-Hole Executive Golf Course. Playing our Superstition and Santan Nines will maximize the distance to 4732 yards with two Par 5 holes to challenge your game. Their three 9-Hole courses create an enjoyable test of golf for all abilities.