Arizona Golf Vacations

When is the best time to play golf in Arizona?

By • Apr 28th, 2023

golf in arizonaThe best time to play golf in Arizona generally depends on the weather and the temperature. Since Arizona is a hot and arid state, with temperatures that can reach up to 100°F (38°C) or higher during the summer months, the best time to play golf is during the cooler months of the year, which are generally from November to April. The prices will begin to start rising around October all the way through April. This will be the more expensive time to play golf due to many factors including popularity of golf, demand for tee time in season and dynamic pricing models. There are Arizona golf packages available that can save you money, be sure to check them out.

During these months, the weather is generally mild and pleasant, with average temperatures ranging from the mid-60s to low-70s Fahrenheit (around 18-23°C). This makes it comfortable for golfers to spend several hours outside without feeling too hot or uncomfortable. Additionally, the cooler months in Arizona are also the peak tourist season, so golf courses may be more crowded and expensive during this time.  One time to watch out for is October, as the golf courses will perform overseeding of the fairways and greens over to the winter rye grass. Be sure to check out our article on what to watch out for during the overseeding in Arizona.

If you prefer to play golf during the summer months in Arizona, it is important to note that many Arizona golf courses offer early morning tee times to avoid the heat of the day. Additionally, it is important to stay hydrated and take other precautions to avoid heat-related illnesses. Also, the courses will punch the fairways in the summertime, it’s a process called aeration. Make sure to check schedules of golf courses maintenance schedules to ensure a worry-free round if the summer is when you will visit.  With all the information above this should help you to navigate to pick a great time to check out our courses out here in Arizona.

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