Golfing

Hassayampa Golf Community
(928) 445-0009
2060 Golf Club Lane, Prescott, AZ 86303

Situated in the forested terrain overlooking downtown Prescott (just two miles away), Hassayampa Golf Club features a Tom Weiskopf Signature Golf Course, a full-featured practice facility, rustic-style clubhouse with complete amenities, tall pine trees, boulder out-croppings, and dramatic forest and long distance views.

Quailwood Greens Golf Course
(928) 772-0130
11750 East Highway 69, Dewey, AZ 86327


Prescott Golf & Country Club

(928) 775-3941
1030 Prescott Country Club Blvd. Dewey, AZ 86327

Established in 1971, Prescott Golf & Country Club is nestled in the golden panoramic valley between the Mingus and Bradshaw Mountain ranges. Prescott Golf & Country Club not only offers breathtaking views, but also fast bent grass greens and lush tree lined fairways. This course has the perfect ingredients for you to enjoy your best round of golf ever.

Prescott Lakes Golf Club
315 East Smoke Tree Lane, Prescott
928-443-3500

Acres of rolling hills. Endless blue sky. Pine-covered mountains. In this glorious high desert landscape, you'll find Prescott Lakes, a master-planned community. Stretching across nearly 1150 acres, Prescott Lakes is a world unto itself, offering a variety of homes, a shopping center, business parks and an abundance of amenities.

 

StoneRidge Golf Course
1601 North Bluff Top Road, Prescott Valley
928-772-6500

One feature that distinguishes StoneRidge from other Arizona golf courses is its stunning location. Nestled in the heart of Northern Arizona, StoneRidge Golf Course offers players scenic views and more than 350 feet of dramatic elevation changes from lowest green to highest tee. At 5,200-feet elevation, the 7,052-yard, par-72 daily-fee golf club is carved in the stone ridges and boulder outcroppings of Prescott Valley.

Talking Rock
Sales Office (877) 922-4440

Golf at Talking Rock is as special and unique as the rest of our community. When highly acclaimed golf course architect Jay Morrish first saw the land, he said, "This is meant to be a championship course". Our members know what Jay Morrish meant. With its rolling terrain and beautiful vistas, it looks like it was just placed there, following the natural contours of the land.

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