Glendale Arizona Golf Courses

Arrowhead Country Club
Bellaire Golf Course
Desert Mirage Golf Course
Glen Lakes Municipal Golf Course
Legend at Arrowhead, The

Featured Golf Course Review:
Bellaire Golf Course -- Good course for short game.....
Review by: Dean Buffoni I liked this little gem of a course, by far not the top knotch golf course in the valley but if your looking to hone your short game this place is as good as any... no par 5s, not enough room I guess... had a good round here as it is not that difficult a course.... very flat, some hazards but nothing you cant avoid... try it, you`ll like it... sorry, not much of a review but this course was mediocre at best....long par 3s though... get your long iron game ready....
From Danbury,CT

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Bellaire Golf Course -- The only Par 3 that I know of in my local area....
Review by: BTJ This is the only Par 3 course that I know of in my local area. The course overall isn't very hard, however the greens can be difficult to read at times. The grass is very well kept. The price is very good especially when most courses around here hit close to the $50 mark, especially in the winter. So if you're looking to touch up on your short game (wedges, short irons, an occasional driver or fairway wood) this really is a very nice course to practice on.
From Phoenix, AZ

Desert Mirage Golf Course -- Simple Course
Review by: Richard This course is one of the easiest I have ever played. The fairways are all flat as are most of the greens. I am a beginner at golf, and I can shoot just under bogey golf here. I can only use the driver on three holes (one of which I can reach in one shot). Par threes almost require something lower than a pitching wedge lest you overshoot the green. In the summer, the greens are mostly dirt making it hard to judge puts.
From Phoenix, Arizona