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Golf Courses in Phoenix

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I am visiting Phoenix (specifically Chandler) and am looking to play a few rounds. Any suggestions on which courses to play? I'm not amazing golfer by any means (19 handicap) and don't want to break the bank on a round. So, suggestions?

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There are several around the Phx area.  In Chandler I like Bear Creek (a links sort of course), San Marcos is one of the oldest courses in AZ,  and Ocotillo is a great set of 3 nines but more expensive.  All in Chandler.  Not far away is Kokopelli a good lay out that won't cost a fortune or Lone Tree.  Both are good value in Gilbert next door to Chandler.     

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I played Talking Stick, in Scottsdale off of Rt 101, a few months ago.  It's fairly flat, and relatively inviting for a high handicapper.  I found some of the other more famous "desert golf" courses to be a bit frustrating for my game (around a 20 tcp).  It's also a bit cheaper than some of the other big name courses... Not value golf, but not $250/round either...



post #4 of 8
You gotta play the asu course as well as gold canyon ranch. Might as well play eagle mountain. Phx is easy.to.get.around.
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Originally Posted by Just Brilliant View Post

 Phx is easy.to.get.around.

As long as you stay off the freeways during rush hours.

post #6 of 8
If you are staying in Chandler, I recommend the Gold Canyon courses. Keep in mind that it's peak season in PHX
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Southern Dunes








Dinosaur Mountain





http://www.flickr.com/photos/golfcoursepix/collections/72157631875831171/   - Phoenix Golf Course photo tours


http://golfcourses.weebly.com/phoenix-az.html - Best PHX courses

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I'm looking for someone to play a couple rounds with in the Phoenix area 3/12 - 3/19. If anyone is interested let me know.
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