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Top 5 Best Golf Hotels in Arizona | Golf Resorts Arizona

Arizona is a premier destination for golf enthusiasts, with its warm climate, breathtaking desert landscapes, and excellent golf resorts. Many of these resorts offer luxurious accommodations, world-class golf courses, and top-notch amenities. One of the most well-known golf resorts in Arizona is the Boulders Resort & Spa in Scottsdale, which boasts two championship golf courses set amidst the stunning Sonoran Desert. Other notable resorts include the Westin Kierland Resort & Spa, which features a 27-hole golf course designed by Scott Miller, and the Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort in Dove Mountain, home of the Accenture Match Play Championship. Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned pro, golf resorts in Arizona offer something for everyone, including lessons, clinics, and golf packages. With so many options to choose from, Arizona is truly a golfer's paradise.
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Arizona, known for its extensive desert and rock landscape, is renowned for its plethora of incredible golf courses. For golfers traveling to this state, a place to stay can influence your enjoyment throughout the visit. Thus, we have compiled a small list of hotels that combine both luxurious facilities, and a unique golfing experience to guarantee you have a remarkable visit.

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The Enchantment Resort

Located in Sedona and surrounded by miles of pristine wilderness, the Enchantment resort promises its guests the ability to reconnect with nature. The resort itself offers a wide array of luxury facilities including Mii Amo, a top-rated spa, a sprawling gym, a swimming pool, and a range of different wilderness activities found at their Trail House. For those looking to reconnect with nature and explore one of the United States’ most iconic landmarks, the Grand Canyon, private tours can be arranged.



However, for guests looking to also enjoy American golf, this resort provides private access to the 18-hole championship course at Seven Canyons Golf Club, designed by Tom Weiskopf. The course itself is countered amongst the beautiful and yet menacing Red Rock Mountains and the Coconino National Forest. With the desirable location of the hotel, other renowned courses can be found nearby, including the Sedona Golf Resort, and the Pinewood Country Club, which makes this resort the perfect resting place between rounds at some of America’s most famous golf courses.

Boulders Resort and Spa (Scottsdale)


Camouflaged amongst the Sonoran Desert foothills in Scottsdale with widespread views of 12-million-year-old boulder formations, the resort stands unique against its neighboring competitors. With a wide range of facilities, including 4 swimming pools, tennis courts, and a spa, the resort creates a luxurious atmosphere especially when combined with rooms that provide a true sense of comfort. A variety of dining options and outdoor activities, guarantee guests with feelings of both adventure and relaxation.


Most importantly, for golfers traveling to the region, the hotels offer access to two award-winning championship courses designed by Jay Morrish. These courses stretch across the desert that encompasses Scottsdale and are found to be some of the very best throughout the United States. The hotel also offers a range of services that can enhance your golfing experience, including a “caddiemaster” program, and even lessons taught by Donald Crawley.

The Phoenician


For golf enthusiasts, this resort provides its guests with access to the world renown Phoenician Golf Course designed by Phil Smith. Designed to invigorate players into maintaining a natural rhythm, the course is sculpted by the sweeping nature found in Arizona’s Sonoran Desert. Between the incredible clubhouse and the state-of-the-art practice facilities, this golf course guarantees an incredible experience for all those playing it.



Aside from guests’ ability to enjoy an incredible golf scene, they will also have access to luxurious rooms overlooking the looming Camelback Mountain. With a range of state-of-the-art facilities, including 9 swimming pools, a wellness spa, and a wide variety of restaurants, guests will truly be able to relax and enjoy the nature around them. As Scottsdale’s Old Town can be found nearby, the resort’s central location and excellent facilities make it a perfect stay for those wishing to explore the Arizonian desert.

Omni Tucson National Resort


Golfers will especially look towards this resort as its Catalina Golf Course has played host to the PGA TOUR’s Chrysler Classic and the Southern Arizona Open. Boasting splendid views of the Santa Catalina Mountains, the course offers a series of challenges across its traditional style fairways. However, for those looking to immerse themselves in the desert, the Sonoran Golf Course designed by Tom Lehman is embedded amongst the desert plains.



The resort combines this fantastic golfing experience with that of luxury as their rooms have a sense of modernity that makes them the perfect place to relax. Alongside this, the resort also features a range of excellent facilities such as a pool, spa, and a wide variety of dining options. Located just outside of Tucson, one of Arizona’s largest cities, the resort promises its guests the unique ability to relax while immersing themselves in the Arizonian culture and golfing scene.

Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North


Camouflaged amongst the rocky and desert landscapes in the surrounding area, this resort provides its guests with a luxury experience. It features a series of inviting swimming pools, delicious restaurants, and tennis courts that make it a perfect destination for all those planning on visiting Scottsdale. Additionally, guests wishing to explore more of the desert nature reserves found nearby can organize tours with the hotel, or privately, to fully immerse themselves in the splendor of the Arizonian desert.

Arizona is also known for its unique and incredible golfing scene which can be experienced when staying at this resort. For example, the resort is found only a 5-minute drive from the Troon North Golf Club, which features both the Monument Golf Course designed by Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish, and The Pinnacle Golf Course famed for its views of rock mountain peaks and saguaro cacti formations. The resort offers unique packages for their guests regarding these courses, however, other courses can be found nearby which include Quintero Golf Club, the TPC Scottsdale: Stadium Course, and the Boulders Golf South and North Courses.

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