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Places to Play During National Golf Month
By Claire Natale - Thursday Aug 10, 2023
It’s National Golf Month! Below is a list of local golf locations you can take a swing at. Flex your golfing skills with your friends and family!

Disc Golf
Fountain Park in the heart of Fountain Hills is home to Fountain Hills Disc Golf Course. Visit Fountain Hills Disc Golf Course | Professional Disc Golf Association ( for more information.

Quintero Golf Club
Looking to WOW your friends with a killer golf outing - how about a visit to Quintero Golf Club! Quintero Golf Club is a well-known, highly sought-after destination for any passionate golfer. Ranked among the best golf courses in the nation, it received the honor of #1 Best Public Golf Course by both Golf Digest and Golf Weekly Magazine in 2017. Not only can you play Arizona’s #1 sport here, but you can also stay and play as well! Quintero offers guests six luxury condominiums located right on the golf course, fit with everything you need for a carefree, relaxing, and luxurious stay. For more information on the Quintero visit

Longbow Golf Club – Mesa
Voted one of Golfweek’s “Top 20 Best Courses You Can Play in Arizona,” Longbow Golf Club is a must play! The course stretches across 7,050 yards and features expanded fairways ideal for any level of player. With a Toptracer range available, golfers can use the same technology as the pros to take your game to the next level. Before or after a round, grab a bite to eat from the Longbow Grille and relax on the award-winning patio that looks over the 19th hole and the Superstition Mountains, where you’re sure to see a legendary sunset. Come enjoy lower summer prices for National Golf Month! Learn more at

Dove Valley Ranch Golf Club
The Dove Valley Ranch golf course expertly follows the surrounding topography, creating a challenging, beautiful and peaceful environment. The course is player-friendly and perfect for all skill levels; the ideal spot for a golf getaway. The upscale driving range and practice facility is open to the public and provides over 30 grass hitting zones, a large practice putting green, a practice bunker and a chipping green. It’s the perfect place to warm up or nail down new skills. Finish the day with a chef-inspired meal and a handcrafted cocktail at the Copper Bar & Lounge. For National Golf Month, come enjoy the lower summer prices! Learn more at

Desert Canyon Golf Club
This scenic 6,415-yard, par-71 championship course is known for its narrow fairways and canyons. Signature hole #7 was voted one of Arizona’s best. Fountain Hills’ oldest course, Desert Canyon hosts a variety of tournaments. For more information visit Desert Canyon Golf Club | Fountain Hills Golf Courses | Scottsdale Golf.

Eagle Mountain Golf Club
Located just a chip shot away from Scottsdale, Arizona, The Golf Club at Eagle Mountain provides golfers with a stunning desert golf experience highlighted by scenic vistas, dramatic elevation changes and award-winning course layout. The Scott Miller-designed, 18-hole course (par-71 and 6,800 yards from the back tees) incorporates the property’s natural box canyons and native Sonoran Desert into the design of the golf course. Visit for more information.

Sunridge Canyon Golf Club
SunRidge Canyon’s 6,823-yard, par-71, Keith Foster-designed golf course unfolds around the rugged ridges and shady canyons unique to the Sonoran Desert mountains that divide Fountain Hills from Scottsdale, Arizona. This rugged golf course gradually descends on the way out before doubling back to climb up the slope on the way in. This subtle elevation change lies at the heart of a dramatic golf experience.

SunRidge Canyon is the home of the “Wicked Six,” the half dozen holes that are among the most memorable and dramatic closing holes to be found anywhere. Golfers also discover that SunRidge wasn’t so much created by a bulldozer as it was carved out over eons by the relentless pressure of wind and water. Foster had the good sense to follow Mother Nature’s lead, and in the end, the beauty and challenge of SunRidge Canyon is unlike any other desert golf experience in the Valley of the Sun. Visit for more information.