“There’s no place quite like it!”
Many people think of Arizona as the land of cactus and deserts, and are
immensely surprised at the variety of landscapes, history and cultures the
“Grand Canyon State” offers. Certainly you will find colorful deserts; however
you will also discover pine forests, mountain ranges, historic sites, national
parks and a multitude of sparkling lakes.
Golfing in Arizona is as vast and varied as the state itself. With more
than 300 days of sunshine each year, Phoenix is the perfect year round golf
destination. With over 200 golf courses to choose from, the central area
of Arizona offers ample opportunity to try world famous resort courses, or
challenging desert designed layouts.
Looking for old west charm? Then head to southern Arizona and Tucson.
Surrounded by five mountain ranges, Arizona’s second largest city boasts
golf as its number one sports attraction. Prime season is from January through
April...where you can golf among the giant saguaros.
From Sedona’s red rocks to Flagstaff’s forested mountains, Northern Arizona
boasts a colorful landscape to the areas golf courses. Play a round on Lake
Powell National Golf Course (rated 4 stars by Golf Digest) or enjoy the Williams
Gary Panks designed course off Route 66.
Arizona’s West Coast ranges from Hoover Dam to Mexico with Yuma as the southernmost
community. This lush city boasts thirteen golf courses including Mesa del
Sol, an Arnold Palmer designed course as well as Desert Hills; one of the
state’s top rated 18 hold championship courses.
Let’s not forget North Central Arizona with cool temperatures, Ponderosa
pines and dozens of lakes. Experience the four seasons in this wonderland
of mountain ranges, mining towns and resorts. Just a few hours from Phoenix,
this golfing paradise offers opportunities to tee up on your choice of courses
with views like no other.