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Golf Club at Eagle Mountain

This traditional Scott Miller design traverses with a variety of land features from views of untouched desert and encompassing cacti to small arroyos and washes. One of my favorite features is the 300 feet of vertical elevation change between tee boxes and greens because it plays more mountainous versus links-style—an uncharacteristic find for metro Phoenix golf.

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Arizona Golf Vacations

Your Arizona Golf Vacation Guide! 

Arizona is home to over 300 golf courses.  One of the primary reasons Arizona has developed into one of the world’s top golf destinations is that the average temperature during the winter months is 70 degrees.  The warm winter weather is absolutely perfect for golfing in Phoenix, Scottsdale and Tucson during this season.

With over 300 days a year of sunshine, Arizona has developed into a desert paradise that attracts millions of visitors per year.  A true golfer’s heaven, the city is home to some of the most highly recognizable golf courses in the country. A partial listing includes, Troon North, Boulders Golf Resort, Grayhawk, Wekopa as well as TPC of Scottsdale, home of the 2010 Waste Management Phoenix Open. The tournament formally known as the FBR Open brings over 500,000 spectators daily and is generally considered the largest social golf event in the world.

ArizonaGolfVacations.com gives you all the information you need while planning your golf vacation to Arizona.  We feature up to date reviews on the best golf courses in Arizona along with local golf news,  Arizona golf course maps, packages and information on State Parks, Attractions, Tours, Shopping and restaurants in the area.  Our extensive golf course and accommodations guide will help you choose the best golf courses and lodging in Phoenix, Scottsdale and Tucson for your next golf vacation to Arizona.

2017 Arizona Golf Course Overseed Schedule »

The 2017 Arizona Golf Overseed Schedule is listed below for all golf courses offered through Phoenix Scottsdale Golf. Please browse all golf courses below to find out the schedules of closure and re-open dates. If you have any questions regarding course condition, rates or availability

Arizona National Golf Club »

Arizona National Golf Club is a serene desert golf course located along the base of the Santa Catalina Mountains and adjacent to the Coronado National Forest. From some of the higher elevated tee boxes you may see amazing panoramic views of the city of Tucson and all the way down to Mexico.

The Pointe Hilton Resort at Tapatio Cliffs »

The Pointe Hilton Resort at Tapatio Cliffs is a four-star resort located in Northeast Phoenix just 20 minutes north of Sky Harbor Airport and 15 minutes west of Scottsdale. Tapatio Cliffs is an all-suite resort featuring suites with a king or two queen size beds, separate living area and private balcony or patio.

Sedona: The Majestic Getaway »

For the avid golfers out there, Sedona is home to some of Arizona’s best golf courses. Nestled against the red-rocks, many courses provide mountain golf conditions, instead of the normal desert flat terrain. The premium course conditions and opulent club houses lead to higher prices, but are said to be some of the best courses in the state of Arizona