This public facility falls under the supervision of Diane Escobeda of the City of Phoenix even though it is technically in Laveen, AZ just south of the intersection of Baseline Rd. and 35th Avenue. This sprawling course with its accompanying practice facility, and 9 hole par 3 course covers 210 acres adjacent to park where fishing for Crappies is the local pastime.


This golf course was designed by Richard Phelps and opened in 1984 as a centerpiece of the master planned community by Estes Homes. It has a loyal membership with programs available to attract families and individuals as new members open at this time. The pro shop, clubhouse, restaurant and locker rooms are conveniently located in one central building overlooking the finishing hole


This fast track is located along I-60 in the far Southeast Valley off Ironwood Drive in Apache Junction. Its worth the drive based on the condition of the course and the bargain price greens fees and gets a lot of winter play from the Snowbirds based in the Mesa Area. Its level and an easy walk if you want to get some exercise with your golf.


Named for Ping Golf’s founder Karsten Solheim, this Pete Dye layout is located just west of Rural Rd. and University at the Arizona State University Campus. It’s where the highly ranked ASU College Golf Team practices and features a first class practice facility and Ping Learning Center for club fitting and instruction. There are yearly memberships available. The pro shop is well stocked with golf and Sun Devil


Affectionately referred to by locals as “The Dump” this municipal course began as a reclamation project in 1983. It lies on a former landfill and its landscape is constantly shifting as decomposition below occurs. The only evidence of its former use is a methane gas vent near the ninth tee. No odors present. With over 60,000 rounds yearly this course relies heavily on its experienced professional, Buffy Labombarde,


This is “the” course to play in Mesa. It has the most active mens club in the valley with tournaments every other weekend and a list of players that reads like a who’s who in Arizona Amateur Golf. You can always get a game here, but watch out for the skins games, it’s a favorite of the local professionals and you usually need to make an eagle to cash.


This is the oldest of the Phoenix Municipal golf courses having been designed by William P. Bell in 1935. In fact it’s the third oldest course in Arizona, and lies very near downtown Phoenix at 15th Ave and Thomas Road. It is part of a large city park that includes a roller coaster and pond that is popular with scale model boat enthusiasts, hence the course nickname “The Yacht Club”.


Formly known as "Maryvale Golf Course", this public golf course managed by the City of Phoenix, lies at the NWC of the intersection of Thomas Rd. and 59th Avenue on land donated by John F. Long, who developed this entire area after WWII. It was the showpiece of the community Mr. Long created in the desert. The course was designed by William F. Bell who is well known for another public course he did, Torrey Pines.


Located in the Southeast Valley of the Greater Phoenix area in the community of Queen Creek, this popular course is a full length championship layout on gently rolling terrain through 2500 replanted cottonwood trees. It has become tighter off the tee now as the subdivision surrounding it are all built out and occupied. General Manager and top Arizona Amateur Golfer, Steve Dallas, invites you out to play this


This is an older well established club in a residential area just north and west of the intersection of 7th Ave. and Thunderbird Rd. The Clubhouse was just renovated over the last two years and is spectacular overlooking the ninth and eighteenth greens. It includes banquet facilities, a great members grill, and huge outside patio area. The pro shop is located at the first tee and is part of a newer addition that includes state


Founded in 1899 with its first golf tournament held in 1900 this Private Club is steeped in rich tradition. It has long been one of the most prestigious clubs in the country with the Founding Fathers of modern Phoenix like brothers Barry and Bob Goldwater walking its fairways and haunting its hallways. Traditional home for movers and shakers it offers membership by referral only and has a variety of


Located just south and west of Sky Harbor Airport at 36th St. and Baseline Road in Phoenix, AZ, this resort style course is a joy to play. Designed by the team of David Graham and Gary Panks, who is now retired but credited with designing the most playable courses in our area, this was opened in 1995. Its distinct feature at that time was its Georgia Pine lined fairways and roughs full of wood bark.

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