The spectacular beauty and desert landscape of the Southwest is on full display at the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club, where you can shoot a great game of golf if you're not too distracted by the scenery. The club boasts two 18-hole courses, so you can add plenty of variety to your Arizona golf vacation.
The Arizona Biltmore Golf Club is located in the center of it all in Phoenix. But the secluded, high-end golf club gives the feeling of being transported to a private oasis, with its gorgeous vistas and desert landscape setting.
On the horizon in Piestawa Peak, the perfect backdrop to the club's two 18-hole courses.
The Adobe Course was built in 1928 and coordinated by William Wrigley Jr., the chewing-gum magnate. The course has since been completely restored and renovated in 2004, with wide open fairways and challenging bunkers that require decisive play.
The newer Links Course is a fun and fresh style of play, with its rolling fairways, desert ravine and plenty of water play. A spectacular view can be had from the 15th tee, where the skyline of Phoenix and the mountainsides are in full view.
Experience one of the greatest public golf courses in the state, the Cave Creek Golf Course. This municipal course is laid out around a winding creek and features rolling fairways throughout its championship 18-hole course.
Experience the course that consistently ranks in the Top 20 in Arizona year after year. At the Club West Golf Club, you'll encounter the signature 17th hole in all of its grandeur: 100-foot elevated tees and double greens. A true golfer's paradise in Arizona.
Club West Golf Club is a unique player on the Phoenix golf course scene, with its excellent elevation changes and 7,142 yards of play from the back tees.
The 18-hole Brian Whitcomb/Ken Kavanaugh design is known as one of Phoenix's premier golf clubs, ranking in the Top 20 in Arizona year after year. Few of the fairways are contiguous, resulting in a feeling of isolation and focus, which benefits players of all skill levels.
The course's signature 17th hole can only be described as breathtaking, with double greens and tees elevated 100 feet. You'll feel as if you're standing at the top of the world. The hole offers views of South Mountain to the north and the Estrella Mountain Range to the west.
Club West is a full-service golf club, with a pro shop and full-service Lakeside Grille. The 120-seat dining room is an elegant affair for wedding receptions and special occasions.
Club West also prides itself on its well-manicured playing surface, with tiff bermuda fairways and greens, as well as perennial Rye grass in the winter months.
Located in the core of the city's historic district, Encanto Golf Course is the third oldest golf course in Arizona. Suited for the average golfer wide level fairways and a limited number of hazards make for an enjoyable round for all ages and level of golfer including a driving range, practice green, and spectacular views.
Golf the spectacular Dinosaur Mountain course at the Gold Canyon Golf Resort, rated 4.5 stars by Golf Digest. The course takes golfers up into the Sonoran Desert. Challenging elevation changes from the tee to the green will keep you on your best game.
The city of Phoenix should be named the golf course capital of the world. The southwestern city does it again with the Legacy Golf Resort, an 18-hole championship course that was named as one of the Top 10 in Phoenix by Golf Digest. Come see what all the fuss is about.
The 18-hole, championship Legacy Course at the Legacy Golf Resort was named one of the Top 10 courses in Phoenix by Golf Digest. It was designed by renowned architect Gary Panks, sprung from the base of Phoenix's South Mountain.
The Legacy Course, at 6,908-yards, was the site of the 2000 LPGA Standard Register PING tournament.
Other accolades have come from ESPN.com, naming the Legacy Course as the Top Public Golf Course in Phoenix as well.
Sprawling, green fairways, challenging hazards and pristine greens ensure a challenging game for players of all levels. Gorgeous vies of Camelback Mountain, Squaw Peak and the downtown Phoenix skyline complete a spectacular experience.
Play a round of 18-hole championship golf at the restored, historic Papago Golf Course. Improved greens, fairways, bunkers and tee boxes gives this course a renewed appeal.
The Papago Golf Course has undergone a complete makeover, and is now totally restored, renovated and revitalized since it reopened in 2008.
The popular course is owned by the City of Phoenix, and is known to offer a challenging game to both beginners and novices alike.
The course boasts a championship yardage of 7,333 feet. Many changes throughout include a new irrigation system for pristine playing surfaces, plus improved greens, fairways and bunkers.
Golf course architect Billy Fuller remained true to the courses original design, but has enhanced it for modern play while preserving the past.
The 18-hole course is also supplemented by a new driving range.
Play the highly rated Raven Golf Club at South Mountain, named among the Top 50 public golf courses in the nation. The course has also earned a 4.5 star rating from Golf Digest. Enjoy unique features like Georgia pine tree-lined fairways and the multi-tiered greens.
The Raven Golf Club at South Mountain has been voted among the Top 50 public golf courses in the nation, according to the 2009 GolfWorld Readers' Choice Awards.
The Gary Panks/David Graham design has been lauded in the Phoenix area since it opened. Distinctive touches like the Georgia pine tree-lined fairways and the multi-tiered greens make this course a standout.
Other accolades include a 4.5 star rating from Golf Digest and being recognized as No. 1 for Guest Service in North America.
The Raven Golf Club has hosted The Arizona Stroke Play Championship since 1996, and is the official home golf course of the 2001 World Series Champions, the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Play at one of the most majestic courses in Arizona, the StoneRidge Golf Course. Nestled in the Prescott Valley, the 18-hole championship course provides plenty of water hazards, elevation changes and challenging greens to keep you on your game.
Wildfire Golf Club and its two golf courses are situated in the rugged Sonoran Desert of Northeast Phoenix. The Faldo Championship Course and the Palmer Signature Course are where golfers of all ages and levels can test their skills. feFeaturing a complete practice facility, an all-grass driving range, putting and chipping greens, a practice bunker and state-of-the-art (GPS) with CBS Sportsline Ticker in each golf car.