The breathtaking famed red rock canyons along with the moderate climate make Sedona, Arizona an awesome golf destination. Don’t forget to take your camera. All the courses below are absolutely beautiful. Plan ahead and secure your tee time. Many Phoenicians try to beat the heat and spend the day golfing in Sedona.
Play Sedona Golf Resort for year round play or when you’re burning up in the Phoenix area. Surrounded by the Red Rocks of Sedona, Sedona Golf Resort is one of the most visually spectacular golf courses in Arizona. Location: Sedona Management Company: SunCor Designer: Gary Panks Length: 6,646 Par 71 http://www.sedonagolfresort.com
StoneRidge Golf Course combines the challenge of a mountain golf layout with elevation changes of over 350 feet with unique desert golf. StoneRidge Golf Course opened in 2002 and was named to Golf Magazine’s “Best New Courses You Can Play”. Enjoy great views including Mingus Mountain and the San Francisco Peaks (from 17). StoneRidge is an affordable course with rates starting around $60/round depending on the seasonality. There are also memberships available. For more information on the course or to make reservations call: 928-772-6500. or visit StoneRidge Golf Course Location: Prescott Valley, just off highway 69 on the way into Prescott. Length: 7052 yards Par: 72 Location: Sedona Designer: Randy Heckenkemper (protégé of Nicklaus, Weiskopf and Morrish) Management Company: Suncor
You need to hit your ball straight as the fairways are lined with trees, making them narrow and water comes into play on many holes. The greens are generous and fast. 500 Jacks Canyon Rd Sedona, Arizona (928) 284-0036
Oakcreek Country Club Oakcreek Country Club (semi-private) is Sedona’s original championship course. 690 Bell Rock Blvd Sedona, Arizona 86351 (928) 284-1660
1752 S Hwy 179 Sedona, Arizona 86336 (928) 282-7333
35 Ridge Trail Dr Sedona, Arizona 86351 (928) 284-9355
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