Arizona Grand Golf Course
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Phoenix, AZ 85044-5409
Alternately known as the Phantom Horse course, this Forrest Richardson design opened in 1980 and features water on holes 1-4 and at 15. Otherwise, this is a traditional target-style desert course. A 7,000-square-foot practice green includes a sand bunker and chipping area, allowing practice for a variety of shots up to 40 yards. The course is owned and operated by Arizona Grand Resort.
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Bryan K - 6/15/13
Pace play was horrendous. Practice facility was non-existent. If you like six hour rounds in the 110 degree heat, you'll love this course. Not event he awesome 18th hole can save this one.
YMark - 9/30/12
This course is a joke. Blind shots and mismarked yardage. Poorly maintained. Stay away.
eigen137 - 4/22/12
Very fun course - for the serious golfer, play it once for fun, but don't plan your vacation around staying at this resort and playing here daily. Lots of holes have obviously skewed yardages - second hole isn't a dime over 330 yards (not 390), so don't hit your driver. Off the eleventh tee, even though there's something that says to hit it around 250, don't hit it further than about 200, otherwise you're LOST. The thirteenth is about a 440 yard par 4, not 530 par 5, and finally the sixteenth is a nice 240 yard par 3, not a 325 yard par 4.
njryback - 4/2/12
Played on 3/26/12. Range needs an upgrade. Course in great shape.
RedlyneTheory - 8/1/11
Booked on golfnow.com and played for $19 in July/August.
SuperSport - 6/6/11
dtak84 - 12/24/10
2nd of 3 courses played during a golf trip.
Played on 12/20/10. Greens were a little rough, and fairways were not maintained as well as the Legacy Golf Course. The layout of some holes was definitely unique though and at $39 per person, it was definitely worth it. Range felt kind of second hand.
hammer009 - 7/5/12
camiles - 11/23/11
ijestares - 10/14/11
Best Score: 74