The heroic par three 3rd hole on the Mountain course at Ventana Canyon Golf & Racquet Club is one of the most photogenic holes to be found on any Tom Fazio course.
The $15m Greg Norman-designed course at what was then called Stonehaven never saw the light of day. The new owner renamed the property Mirabel Golf Club and instructed Tom Fazio to replace the Shark's layout.
Seven Canyons lies in a stunning setting on the central Arizona plateau in the middle of Sedona's red rock landscape where its location has been described as “like playing classic golf in the basin of the Grand Canyon.”
Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish designed the Pinnacle course at Troon North Golf Club and it debuted in 1995, five years after its 18-hole sibling, the Monument, first opened for play.
The Stadium course at TPC Scottsdale was fashioned by Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish. They were commissioned by the City of Scottsdale to design a municipal golf course that would test the world’s best players.
Jack Nicklaus laid out the three nines – Ridge, Canyon and Hill – at La Paloma Country Club in the mid-1980s. Nestled in the foothills of the Catalina Mountains, all 27 holes of this impressive layout were renovated in 2013 when the course underwent an extensive makeover.
Apache Stronghold Golf Club at the Apache Gold Casino Resort is Tom Doak’s first attempt at desert golf design dating back to the late 1990s. Lightly bunkered and with no water hazards in play, the layout relies on arroyos and other natural features to help protect par.
The Cochise at Desert Mountain Club is the shortest of six courses that Jack Nicklaus designed at this massive golf facility. Debuting in 1987, the Cochise hosted the first Champions Tour Tradition tournament the following year and the event remained here until moving in 2002.
Situated adjacent to Black Mountain Summit Park, the North course at The Boulders Club is the older of the two Jay Morrish courses in play at a 36-hole golf complex that sits within a residential development.
In 1998, the North course was the first of two 18-hole layouts to appear at The Gallery Golf Club. Designed by Tom Lehman in conjunction with architect John Fought, the front nine play through Ruelas Canyon with the back nine routed along a mountain ridge.