Whether you're a beginner golfer coming to enjoy a week at one of the city's luxurious golf resorts, or an advanced player seeking to hone your game on some of the best courses in the world, Scottsdale is the place for great golf.
Scottsdale and neighboring communities are home to nearly 200 golf courses, and with 330 average days of sunshine annually, it's easy to see why Scottsdale has established itself as one of the world's leading golf destinations.
The natural beauty of the Sonoran Desert provides a magnificent backdrop to some of the most dramatic play in the country. That's what you'll find at McDowell Mountain Golf Club, built on the western slope of the rugged McDowell Mountains, offering players 7,072 yards of fair but challenging play.
For some of the best panoramic views of the Valley, head to the courses at the Eagle Mountain Golf Club, which weaves elegantly through desert ravines, peaks, and shady box canyons for a day of unforgettable play.
Play the crown jewel of Scottsdale at Troon North, two spectacular 18-hole courses that wind through the scenic foothills of Pinnacle Peak.
Of course, you'll also want to walk in the shadows of legends at TPC Scottsdale, home of the Waste Management Phoenix Open, a fan favorite that draws thousands of golf aficionados every year to this iconic Scottsdale golf course.