Golf in Arizona

Dramatic landscapes, desert golf, lively cities and a plesant climate…perfect

Arizona Golf

Arizona is desert golf at its best, with Scottsdale in particular offering the most choice. That said, Tucson and Sedona also pack a punch when it comes to quality golf surrounded by breath-taking scenary.

Typically you're either on the fairway or in the cactus filled desert, so make sure you bring your A-game, as target golf is required. Also be wary of the stiffling summer heat and take advantage of the glorious fall and spring playing conditions.

Most notable courses to play are We-Ko-Pa (Cholla and Saguaro), Seven Canyons, TPC Scottsdale, Dove Mountain, Troon North (Monument and Pinnacle) and Grayhawk (Raptor and Talon).

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    Predominantly home to desert golf, Arizona’s climate is hugely diverse depending on altitude. Very hot summers can be expected in the south of the state, making golf more challenging with average temperatures reaching 101°F. If you head north towards the Grand Canyon, the climate is milder with four seasons. Golf is more ideal in these parts and there is no surprise why Scottsdale is home to some of the best courses in the state – the weather is perfect for golf all year round (apart from the odd early morning winter shower).

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