With warm temperatures throughout the year, many people in Arizona love to play golf. Even some PGA golfers, like Phil Mickelson and Michael McCullough have proudly called the state home. While these pro golfers have racked up numerous win resulting in money, endorsements and fame, golfers at all levels can find golf courses in Arizona on which to play 18 holes.
Grayhawk Golf Club
The 7,135 yard Grayhawk Golf Club is a beautiful Scottsdale course where those with an outstanding long game will excel. Obstacles face golfers who cannot control their balls trajectory on this 72-par course. This course offers fast firm greens that fall off on the sides presenting additional challenges for many players.
Huukan Golf Course
Narrow fairways often leave golfers in trouble at Huukan Golf Course near Bullhead City. Golfers who love to hit birdies may be frustrated on this 71-par course. When playing here, make sure to study putts carefully as the greens can be extremely tight and curvy. The greens are being returned to their natural Mohave Valley condition making hitting any iron on this beautiful course part of the unique fun.
Arrowhead Country Club
The Arrowhead Country Club in Glendale is one of the most beautiful courses in America and also one of the toughest to play. The 7,001-yard course requires players to hit a long ball to get to the greens while avoiding the courses numerous natural and man-made obstacles.
Silverleaf Golf Club
Unforgiving narrow fairways means that players have to hit an accurate shot to be successful at Silverleaf Golf Club in Scottsdale. This 7,267 yard course also features long greens where ball trajectory and length are equally important.
We-Ko-Pa Golf Club
The Sonoran desert adds a natural beauty to the We-Ko-Pa Golf Club. This Fort McDowell course is ranked among the top 25 resort courses in the United States by the Wall Street Journal. This course has a great variety of holes making it great fun for players of all ability levels. Particularly notable are the three short two shot holes. Keeping balls out of the bunkers can be great fun on this course.