A Jay Morrish design from 2004, the course at Pine Canyon Club is routed around numerous ponds and lakes on a rolling landscape to the south of Flagstaff.
The Saguaro and Tortolita nines are used when the WGC Match Play Championship comes to town early in the professional season – the event has been held at Dove Mountain since 2009...
Owned and operated by the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, the 36-hole golf complex at Talking Stick Golf Club was unveiled in 1997, sporting two Coore & Crenshaw-designed courses.
The Founder's course at Verrado Golf Club is set in the foothills of the White Tank Mountains and it's a John Fought and Tom Lehman co-design from 2004. It's routed around rocky outcrops, desert washes and native vegetation with a number of exciting elevation changes.
Ak-Chin Southern Dunes Golf Club occupies 320 acres of the Ak-Chin Indian Community’s property in Maricopa. Designed by Fred Couples and the Schmidt-Curley partnership, the layout has hosted Arizona State Amateur Championships and is a US Open qualifying venue.
The 6,823-yard course at SunRidge Canyon Golf Club is a Keith Foster design that’s laid out across a dramatic desert landscape of ridges and canyons, where subtle elevation changes enhance a thrilling golf experience.
The Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish-designed Monument course was the first of two 18-hole layouts to be unveiled at Troon North Golf Club in 1990.
Featuring bentgrass greens, the Big Wick course at Wickenburg Ranch Golf & Social Club is a Bill Brownlee and Wendell Pickett design with an unusual configuration of six par threes, five par fives and seven par fours.
We-Ko-Pa is all about the golfing experience and some of the views from the elevated tees of the Cholla course are jaw dropping.
Wigwam's Gold course, nicknamed “Arizona’s Monster,” has hosted many tournaments over the years, including US Open and US Amateur qualifiers. It’s also home to the the Patriot All-America Invitational, featuring top collegiate golfers...