The Boulders Golf Club - South Course

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34636 N Tom Darlington
Carefree, Arizona 85377
Phone(s): (480) 488-9028, (480) 488-7312
Web: www.bouldersclub.com

Meandering across 1,300 acres of pristine Sonoran Desert, the Boulders Golf Club offers two stunning championship courses that play through the foothills of the Black Mountain. Both the North and the South Courses were carved from the hillsides, offering stunning views throughout. The South Course is the newer of the two and many say it is more scenic.

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A view of a green at South Course from Boulders Golf Club & ResortA view of a fairway at Boulders Golf Club & ResortA view from Boulders Golf Club & ResortView of a green at Boulders Golf Club & ResortThe Boulders Resort's signature hole is the par-5 fifth hole on the South Course, playing toward the mighty boulder pile. The fourth hole on the South Course at Boulders Resort is a par 4 that plays more than 400 yards. A boulder pile sits behind the par-4 sixth green of the South Course at Boulders Resort. The par-3 seventh hole on the South Course at Boulders Resort plays downhill. Both the North and South courses at the Boulders Resort were designed by architect Jay Morrish. The ninth hole on the South Course at Boulders Resort in Scottsdale.The 11th hole is the longest par 5 on the South Course at Boulders Resort. The South Course at Boulders Resort plays slightly shorter than the North at just less than 6,900 yards. The South Course at Boulders Resort has back-to-back par 3s, beginning with the 15th hole. The par-3 16th hole on the South Course at Boulders Resort plays more than 200 yards. The 17th hole on the South Course at Boulders Resort is a 420-yard par 4.The South Course at Boulders Resort closes with a long par 5. The Boulders features two 18-hole golf courses, including the spectacular South Course. Many green sites play beside boulder piles, like the par-4 first hole on the South Course at The Boulders in Carefree, Arizona.The South Course at The Boulders features fast greens and top-notch conditions. The par-4 third hole on the South Course at The Boulders plays 413 yards from the blue tees. The most dramatic of the boulder piles is the backdrop to the par-5 fifth hole on the South Course at The Boulders near Scottsdale, Arizona. Carts tip-toe past hanging boulders on the South Course at The Boulders in Carefree, Arizona. The par-3 seventh hole on the South Course at The Boulders plays 187 yards from the championship tees. The seventh green, like many others on the South Course at The Boulders, features tiers and ridges to navigate. The 10th hole on the South Course at The Boulders is a 221-yard par 3. The 11th hole on the South Course at The Boulders is a 601-yard par 5. The par-4 12th hole on the South Course at The Boulders is short at just 321 yards.Countless rabbits call the two golf courses at The Boulders home. The Boulders is located at the northern edge of Scottsdale, straddling Carefree, Arizona. Stay out of the jumping cholla on the par-3 15th hole on the South Course at The Boulders Resort & Spa in Carefree, Arizona.The first hole on the South Course at The Boulders pinches tight. The par-5 fifth hole is the signature moment on the South Course at The Boulders Resort & Spa in Carefree, Ariz.A tree on the left and a bunker on the right protect the seventh green on the South Course at The Boulders Resort & Spa in Carefree, Arizona.A cactus near the eighth tee boxes sits in the line of fire on the South golf course at The Boulders.The ninth hole on the South Course at The Boulders bends right. Depending on the tees you play, the par-3 10th hole on the South Course at The Boulders could be anything from 3-wood to wedge.Five bunkers make going for the 11th green on the South Course at The Boulders in two a risky proposition.The short 348-yard 12th hole on the South Course at The Boulders could give up birdie.A slew of bunkers await misses near the par-5 14th green on the South Course at The Boulders Resort & Spa in Carefree, Ariz.The 16th hole is the second of back-to-back par 3s on the South Course at The Boulders.A desert wash crosses the fairway in front of the 17th green on the South Course The Boulders Resort & Spa in Carefree, Arizona.
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Meandering across 1,300 acres of pristine Sonoran Desert, the Boulders Golf Club offers two stunning championship courses that play through the foothills of the Black Mountain. Both the North and the South Courses were carved from the hillsides, offering stunning views throughout. The South Course is the newer of the two and many say it is more scenic. Ancient rock formations cover the course, with several holes that go directly into the boulders. Along the course, golfers will come across "Boulder Pile" and "Rosie's Rock," two of the club's most recognizable formations. The fifth hole is the golf course's signature, noted for the dramatic rocky outcropping surrounding the green and the incredible view of the surrounding desert. Together, the courses have earned the Boulders the reputation of being one of the Southwest's best resorts.

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Golf course details

  • Holes: 18
  • Designed by: Jay Morrish
  • Public/Private: Resort
  • Year opened: 1983
  • Golf Season: Year round
  • Guest Policy: Open
  • Tee times welcomed: Yes
  • Fairways: Bermuda Grass
  • Greens: Bent Grass

Facilities

  • Pro in house: Yes
  • Driving range: Yes
  • Rental clubs: Yes
  • Rental carts: Yes - included in green fees

Green fees price ranges

Course policies

  • Metal spikes allowed: No
  • Dress code: Collared shirt required, no denim
  • Credit cards accepted: VISA, MasterCard, Amex, Discover Welcomed

Length, slope and rating for each tee

Tee Par Yardage Slope Rating
Cooper 71 5642 119 67.8
White 71 6246 134 70
Red (W) 71 4716 117 68.5
Blue 71 6726 140 71.9
Gold 71 5141 125 71.1
 

Reader Ratings / Reviews

  • 5 stars out of 5
    by Steven Williamson
    on April 02nd, 2015 09:24
    Great course beautiful views
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