Where To Golf In Arizona

Whether you are visiting Arizona for an amazing ski trip, exploring the National Parks or just looking for the best links around, Arizona has it all. From family vacations to weekend getaways and bachelor or bachelorette parties, the state offers a variety of things to do and places to see. If you are itching to find the best Fairways in the area, look no further. Here are a few of our favorite golf courses throughout Arizona. 

WE-KO-PA Golf Club

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Located in the thriving Sonoran Desert, these award winning golf courses deliver one of the best golf experiences in the Scottsdale/ Phoenix area. The golf courses have been featured in Golf Magazine, Golfweek, and even Golf Digest. Enjoy a beautiful round of golf while enjoying a one of a kind view of the McDowell Mountains, Red Mountains, and Four Peaks. The golf course sits on the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation land that will never be commercially developed. Make sure to stop by for an unforgettable experience.

Quintero Golf Course

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Known as one of the world’s most celebrated golf courses, Quintero Golf Club offers players the opportunity to enjoy a game on a secluded, Rees Jones- Designed course.  They are known for having top tier playing surfaces, some may even say the finest. The course is a multi-level bentgrass greens located near Phoenix. It is the perfect course to hold a tournament or even a corporate event. You can book a tee time today to ensure  

The Golf Club At Dove Mountain

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Located in Marana, Arizona this course is where legend meets luxury in the high Sonoran Desert. This 27 hole course is equipped with unique challenges and distinct characteristics. It bends naturally among noble saguaros and the surrounding Tortolita Mountain Range. This was the home of the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship, a match play tournament on the PGA tour and the European Tour for six years. Come and play where the pros frequently play. You may even see a few memorable faces. 

Wickenburg Ranch 

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Stay in a resort on the course or just come for a day to play the two different courses. You can pay the Big Wick or the Li’l. The Big Wick is an 18-hole, par -71 championship course, while the Li’l Wick is a 9-hole, par-3 course.  You can stop by the sports shop or even become a member. The courses have been listed in Golf Advisor, Golfweek, GolfDigest, and many more. Explore the beautiful ranch or come and play a few courses.

Ak-Chin Southern Dunes Golf Club

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Taking up over 320 acres of the Ak-Chin Indian Reservation, this course offers a welcoming, laid-back ambiance. View the inhibited  views of Arizona’s magnificent desert expanse at this world class golf course. The course is managed by Toon, which offers impeccable course conditioning. They have made it into several magazines including Golf Magazine. 

TPC Scottsdale

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This 36-hole golf complex is located in Scottsdale, Arizona, just northeast of Phoenix. It has been open for over 35 years and is a part of the Tournament Players Club. Take a swing on one of their Championship courses or become a TPC passholder. You can play one of their stadium courses, a champions course or many more.

Troon North Golf Club

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This 18-hole course stretches throughout the natural ravines and foothills in the shadows of Pinnacle PEak. You can play between and around giant granite boulders as well as a rugged landscape. THis iconic golf course is Scottsdale’s crown jewel. It is not only challenging but also a visual sensation for those looking for a great ambiance and course. It ranks at the top of every golfer’s must play courses.

Whether you are there for the ambiance or the golf, there are plenty of beautiful and challenging courses throughout Arizona. From playing through the desert to the mountains and boulders you can truly experience it all. We hope you love the course and Arizona.

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