Scottsdale Golf Course Reviews

grayhawk golf course

Grayhawk Golf Course Review

Greg Tryhus saw an opportunity to develop a raw piece of desert with Power Lines running through it that others had overlooked and partnered with former Golf Professional turned Real Estate Broker Del Cochran to feature a 36 hole high end Golf Facility within a Master Planned Community. Everything about this property is first class from Phil’s Grill and the practice facilities, inspired by then Valley Resident,

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kierland golf course

Kierland Golf Course Review

Scott Miller designed the 27 holes offered in three nines for mixed combinations of play at Kierland. The practice facility here offers day passes for truly dedicated golfers and the La Bauve Golf Academy is located here with Mike and Sandy available for individual and group lessons. Each ranks in the top 100 instructors in the country. They also offer a unique golf fitness routine called Foremax. The other unique

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legend trail golf course

Legend Trail Golf Course Review

This Rees Jones layout was the brainchild of Al Mengert. Al was a two time US Junior Amateur Champion in 1946-47 as well as the Washington and Northwest Amateur Champion in the early 1950’s where his low 60’s rounds made him a legend in the Northwest. He turned professional after serving in the Air Force during the Korean War and went on to a successful career as both a player and club professional.

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legend trail golf course

McCormick Golf Course Review

Scottsdale’s longtime resident favorite facility featuring two Desmond Muirhead 18 hole Championship Courses. Both courses are over 7000 yards from the tips and have hosted numerous Amateur, Collegiate, and Professional Championships. Large clubhouse with restaurant and bar overlooks the ninth hole of the Palm Course. Both courses feature yardage markers to the front and backs of all greens and

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mirabel golf course

Mirabel Golf Course Review

This is a private club located just east of the intersection of Pima Road and Cave Creek Road and south of Desert Mountain GC. Tom Fazio designed this course after Greg Norman had designed a tract that developers felt too penal for membership golf. Fazio designs great, playable golf courses and this is just another example of his skill.This is a real estate development with lots, new spec homes and custom and

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orange tree golf course

Orange Tree Golf Course Review

“The Tree” as it is affectionately referred to by locals has been around over 40 years. It began as “The Century Club” a private membership country club but went public when the Rose Family purchased it in the 1980’s. It has one of the best practice facilities in the valley and its driving range and practice green are filled every evening with local high school golfers working on their games.

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pinnacle peak country club

Pinnacle Peak Country Club Golf Course Review

This club was the first in the North Scottsdale area when it was being developed by Jerry Nelson. It is a gem that the locals have known about since the mid 1970’s and holds its own against all the area competitors that have sprung up over the past 25 years. Dick Turner designed this course with lush fairways and bent grass greens taking advantage of well water and the underground aquifer in the area that

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starfire golf course

Starfire Golf Course Review

This is the remodeled version of the old Scottsdale Country Club, located between Shea Blvd. and Cactus Rd. and bisected by Hayden Rd. Arnold Palmer came in and redesigned the existing 18 holes located west of Hayden in 1988 and added 9 holes east of Hayden to create a looping 27 hole layout for variety. The east nine is the toughest, while the original holes are primarily position golf with doglegs and fairly

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talking stick golf course

Talking Stick Golf Course Review

Located on the eastern border of Scottsdale on Indian Bend road this new 15 story facility is the Pima Indian Reservations’ Showplace. It features almost 500 guest rooms, 8 restaurants, bar lounge, coffee shop, three outdoor pools and spa’s, health club and beauty spa and if that’s not enough for you it just happens to have a Casino on the first floor. Rooms have spectacular views of

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the golf club scottsdale

The Golf Club Scottsdale Golf Course Review

This Jay Morrish/ Dick Bailey design can stretch from 5200 yards to over 7300 yards from “The Tips”. It flows along the base and up the side of one of the McDowell Mountains just north of Dynamite Blvd at 122nd St. in north Scottsdale. It’s a private club owned by the Crown Family of Chicago who had the misfortune of fighting water issues during its development and delaying its opening

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tpc scottsdale golf course

TPC Scottsdale Golf Course Review

Home of the Phoenix Open since 1987. Now called the Waste Management Phoenix Open, it is a great facility for spectator golf and annually attracts the largest galleries on tour. Hard to get the exact count but estimates put it at or near one half million every year. The hills that were created around this once flat patch of desert in North Scottsdale are perfect perches to watch the pro’s play each winter.

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vista verde golf course

Vista Verde Golf Course Review

Located at 165th St. and Dynamite Road, this course is a bit north and east in Scottsdale, but well worth the drive. This gem opened up in the economic downturn and the infrastructure around it has been slow to develop, but the roads are now paved, there are a few houses but no clubhouse. Its golf only out here,

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