Scottsdale Arizona Golf Courses

Ancala Country Club
Continental Golf Course
Coronado Golf Course
Country Club at DC Ranch, The
Cypress Golf Course - Course
Cypress Golf Course - Short Nine Course
Desert Highlands Golf Club
Desert Mountain Golf Club - Apache Course
Desert Mountain Golf Club - Chiricahua Course
Desert Mountain Golf Club - Cochise Course
Desert Mountain Golf Club - Geronimo Course
Desert Mountain Golf Club - Renegade Course
Estancia Club, The
Gainey Ranch Golf Club - Acacia/Mesquite Course
Gainey Ranch Golf Club - Arroyo/Lakes Course
Gainey Ranch Golf Club - Dunes/Arroyo Course
Gainey Ranch Golf Club - Ironwood/Acacia Course
Gainey Ranch Golf Club - Lakes/Dunes Course
Gainey Ranch Golf Club - Mesquite/Ironwood Course
Greyhawk Golf Club - Raptor Course
Greyhawk Golf Club - Talon Course
Legend Trail Golf Club
Marriott's Camelback Golf Club & Resort - Resort Course
Marriott's Camelback Golf Club & Resort - Club Course and Resort Course
Marriott's Mountain Shadows Resort & Golf Club
McCormick Ranch Golf Club - Palm Course
McCormick Ranch Golf Club - Pine Course
Orange Tree Golf & Conference Resort
Pavilion Lakes Golf Club
Phoenician, The - Canyon/Oasis Course
Phoenician, The - Desert/Canyon Course
Phoenician, The - Oasis/Desert Course
Pinnacle Peak Country Club
Sanctuary Golf Course at Westworld
Scottsdale Country Club - North Course
Scottsdale Country Club - North/East Course
Scottsdale Country Club - North/South Course
Scottsdale Country Club - South Course
Scottsdale Country Club - South/East Course
Terravita Golf Club
TPC at Scottsdale - Desert Course
TPC at Scottsdale - Stadium Course
Troon Golf & Country Club
Troon North Golf Club - Monument Course
Troon North Golf Club - Pinnacle Course
Villa Monterey Public Golf Course


Featured Golf Course Review:
Cypress Golf Course - Course -- The Long and Short of it
Review by: Keith Good to tune-up your game. Those of us with a wicked slice or nasty hook will not lose to many balls, because this course is realy open. By the end of the Long 9 I pulled 20 yds out of my slice. You can hit the green on the Short 9 eight out nine times. Watch out for the wind thou. Over all no one looks bad here its a fun place to work out.
From Phoenix, AZ

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
TPC at Scottsdale - Stadium Course -- Expensive but When in Rome....
Review by: Y.F. Lara My first trip to Arizona, a couples trip, included a one day stay in Scottsdale before heading up to Sedona. My golf buddy and I figured it'd be a great opportunity to hit up the famed TPC (while the wives hit the Spas and the stores). We thought about it twice after we found out that our 6:59 tee time would cost $200 per man. I'm glad that we decided to play because it was the first time that I broke 100 (95)- I had only gotten out to a course 4 times before so I was thrilled. Beware of the CROWES they will fly into your cart and fly away with your sandwiches or granola bars. As you would expect, the course is extremely well maintained and the staff is very professional. The clubhouse is comfortable, relaxing and welcoming, they will polish your shoes after you play, and you will have access to your own locker which is great if you want to shower after you play (saves you time if you're going to lunch after your round). This is the same course where in 1999 Phoenix Open Tiger Woods got help from the gallery on the 585 yard 13th, to move a boulder so he can take a direct shot from the desert and help him reach the green in two.
From North Bergen, NJ USA

TPC at Scottsdale - Stadium Course -- Expensive but When in Rome....
Review by: Y.F. Lara My first trip to Arizona, a couples trip, included a one day stay in Scottsdale before heading up to Sedona. My golf buddy and I figured it'd be a great opportunity to hit up the famed TPC (while the wives hit the Spas and the stores). We thought about it twice after we found out that our 6:59 tee time would cost $200 per man. I'm glad that we decided to play because it was the first time that I broke 100 (95) - I had only gotten out to a course 4 times before so I was thrilled. Beware of the CROWS they will fly into your cart and fly away with your sandwiches or granola bars. As you would expect, the course is extremely well maintained and the staff is very professional. The clubhouse is comfortable, relaxing and welcoming, they will polish your shoes after you play, and you will have access to your own locker which is great if you want to shower after you play (saves you time if you're going to lunch after your round). This is the same course where in 1999 Phoenix Open Tiger Woods got help from the gallery on the 585 yard 13th, to move a boulder so he can take a direct shot from the desert and help him reach the green in two.
From North Bergen, NJ USA




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