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Tubac Golf Resort: Anza's #9

Tubac Golf Resort - Anza/Rancho

The Tubac Golf Resort sits along the banks of the Santa Cruz River, providing a lush landscape of mature trees and cottonwood groves. The Anza/Rancho golf course is one of three different 18-hole combinations at the resort, which features 27 holes in total. more»

The Golf Club at Dove Mountain - Tortolita: #3

The Golf Club at Dove Mountain - Tortolita/Wild Burro

The desert foothills of the Tortolita Mountain Range provide the stunning backdrop for the three nines designed by Jack Nicklaus at The Golf Club at Dove Mountain. They are played in three different 18-hole combinations, one of them being Tortolita/Wild Burro. more»

The Oakcreek CC

Oakcreek Country Club

Oakcreek Country Club is situated amongst Sedona's red rock mountains, providing unique scenery throughout. Opened over 40 years ago, it is Sedona's first golf course. The course was a collaboration between Robert Trent Jones, Sr. and his son. It is a classic, player-friendly layout that offers plenty of room for error. more»

Few would dispute that Arizona, with golf-rich cities such as Scottsdale and Phoenix is one of the world's premier golf destinations. Arizona's golf courses are as diverse and spectacular as its landscape. Across the state there are more than 300 courses, From traditional links-style layouts to target courses, Arizona possesses an obscene number of courses to challenge your skills and provide you with some unbeatable vacation leisure.

This golf course guide to Arizona has been designed to provide you with information that is pertinent to the golf traveller who is on their way to the Arizona. Comprised of a complete golf course guide, links to full course reviews, regional golf overviews and more!