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Arizona Golf Course Reviews

Arizona Golf Courses:
Verrado Golf Club is a John Fought and Tom Lehman design. Golfers will enjoy unlimited golf along with two complimentary meals per person; either breakfast and lunch or lunch and dinner from the Verrado Grill Restaurant.

Verrado Golf Club

Verrado Golf Club backs up against the White Tank Mountain Range offering views of wildlife and desert plants from any angle of the golf course. Many holes play up into the mountains where the elevation changes allow for some exceptional background views. This is a great course to spend the day at and enjoy the scenery, good food and great course conditions. Forgiving fairways make Raven Golf Club at Verrado enjoyable for any play level.

Driving Directions to Verrado Golf Club

From Phoenix Sky Harbor: Follow signs for the I-10 W. Merge onto I-10 W. and continue 28 miles. Take the Verrado Way exit via exit # 120. Keep right to go onto Verrado Way. Continue 2.5 miles and turn left on Main St. Course will become visible straight ahead.

Trilogy Golf Club at Vistancia

Designed by golf course architect Gary Panks, the championship Trilogy Golf Club at Vistancia takes upon distinctive land features along with stunning Arizona views that set in the backdrop. The Trilogy Golf Club at Vistancia features more than 70 strategically placed bunkers, that feed gently into the golf course’s fairways and native areas. The course highly rewards careful planning and precise execution by the golfer. There are five different tee boxes from which to choose on this unique 18-hole, par 72-championship golf course. Tees range from 5,573 yards to 7,259 yards, allowing players of every skill level to enjoy this exceptional test of Arizona golf.

Driving Directions to Trilogy Golf Club at Vistancia

From Phoenix Sky Harbor: Follow signs for the I-10 W. Freeway. Merge onto I-10 W. and continue 5 miles. Merge onto I-17 N. via exit 143A towards Flagstaff and continue 14.3 miles. Take the Loop 101 W. exit via exit #214C. Merge onto Loop 101 W. and continue 5 miles. Exit 75th Ave via exit #17. Turn right onto 75th Ave. Turn left onto Deer Valley Rd. Turn right onto 83rd Ave. Turn left onto Pinnacle Peak Rd. Turn right onto Lake Pleasant Rd. Turn left onto Happy Valley Rd. which becomes Vistancia Blvd. Turn left on Trilogy Blvd. Course is located on the left hand side of the road.

Golf Club of Estrella

Golf Club of Estrella is a remarkable golf course located against the base of the Sierra Estrella Mountains. This Jack Nicklaus design boasts colorful desert surroundings lined with all types of desert plant life. Wildfire may be seen on the golf course from time to time. Wide landing areas, low cut roughs and rolling fairways flow across the natural shape of the land. Through washes and hillsides, this course provides a fair layout for any level golfer. The fairways are considered forgiving, although, the desert that surrounds them may be a looming hazard. Elevated tee boxes provide charming views of the Estrella Mountain Range. Golf Club of Estrella is a 50 minute drive from Scottsdale and a 35 minute drive from the Phoenix airport. Although this is quite a drive, it is well worth it for the scenery and meticulous course conditions you will encounter. This Troon-managed golf course is a great course to add to your list as one that is economically steady and conditionally exceeds expectations.

Driving Directions to Golf Club of Estrella

From Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport: Follow the airport signs to I-10 W. Merge onto I-10 W. and continue 21.5 miles. Exit Pebble Creek Pkwy / Estrella Pkwy via exit # 126. Turn left on Estrella Mountain Pkwy and continue 9.3 miles. Turn right on San Miguel Rd. Turn left onto Golf Club Dr. and follow signs to course.

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