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Arizona Grand Resort

Arizona Grand Golf Course

Built in 1989, Arizona Grand Golf Course has garnered a reputation as an outstanding Arizona course. Neatly tucked close to South Mountain Park, the blend of traditional links play and desert target golf found at Arizona Grand Resort makes for a challenging and exciting round. more»

San Pedro GC

San Pedro Golf Course

San Pedro Golf Course is an 18 - hole championship facility located on the banks of the San Pedro River. The golf course winds through the mesquite and along the banks of the San Pedro on the front nine. The back nine travels through four canyon like settings and finishes up with the 457-yard par four split fairway eighteenth hole. more»

Tubac Golf Resort

Tubac Golf Resort - Rancho/Otero

The Rancho/Otero combination plays through mature trees and cottonwood forests with lakes coming into play on a few holes. Tubac Golf Resort's Rancho nine is home to what is called the "Tubac Triangle," a notorious stretch of holes that consist of the longest par 3, par 4, and par 5 at the resort. 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!