If you’re a golfer, Scottsdale may be close to a new world wonder. Scottsdale hosts around 200 golf courses so you can golf all day and night (if that were possible) to your hearts content. There’s something extremely satisfying about putting the daily world out of your mind and honing you skill on hitting a ball just right. It’s should simple, but there’s so much finesse in the simple act of swinging a club. Book My Vacay wants your golf game to the best possible, so let this short guide help get your golf game started in Scottsdale.
Quality Golf Course that Won’t Hurt Your Wallet
Golf courses range in green fee significantly, but these upcoming courses won’t be too expensive. Expect to pay under $100 for these courses listed below.
One of the best of budget holes is the Talking Stick. This course was designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw and sports two full different courses. The North Course is describe on their website as a “links style adventure through grasslands and ingenious bunkering” while the south option is a more “traditional layout”. Interestingly enough, this course is connected to the Talking Stick Casino, so if you’re feeling lucky after wrapping up your game, you have a go to activity.
Next up is TPC Scottsdale, a course you may know if you follow tournaments. Each year the Phoenix Waste Management Open hosts a charity game with PGA players, so this venue is sort of a landmark to people who like to play in the footsteps of the likes of Bubba Watson. TPC offers two course as well, the Champion Course and their Stadium Course, the latter is which is played on PGA tours.
Another course of note is The Boulders, offering a different look than a majority of gold course. It’s a bit further than other Scottsdale courses requiring a drive to Carefree, but the course offers some natural desert scenery, complete with cacti and mountain rocks lining your way as you play. There are two course of here as well, a north course which offers views of beautiful Black Mountian and a south option which is argued to be even more scenic with landmark items like the “Boulder Pile” and “Rosie’s Rock”. This course is a bit more expensive than the rest, however the expense is well earned for the game it offers.
The Holes Don’t Stop
These are just three of the countless golf offerings in Scottsdale. Arizona has really evolved to be a great vacation destination, it’s no wonder Scottsdale has been dubbed the desert version of Miami’s South Beach. Grab your clubs and book your course; make this vacation a hole in one!