THE RITZ-CARLTON, PHOENIX

2401 East Camelback Road, Phoenix, Arizona 85016 USA
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Golf


With a warm, desert climate and more than 300 days of sunshine a year, Phoenix is a superb destination for golf vacations. The Ritz-Carlton, Phoenix is ideally situated near many of the Phoenix area’s most elite golf courses. Guests staying in our hotel are granted course access and preferred rates at several luxury golf courses, including the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club and JW Marriott Camelback Inn. 

From enjoying a relaxing day on the green to attending exciting tournaments such as the Waste Management Phoenix Open, Phoenix provides the perfect setting for unforgettable golf vacations.

  Camelback Golf Club
  Wildfire Golf Club
  The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, Dove Mountain
  Tournament Players Club (TPC) of Scottsdale
  The Legacy Golf Club
  The Raven Golf Club
  Arizona Biltmore Golf Club


Camelback Golf Club

The Padre Course, designed by Arthur Hills, is a traditional course layout in a lush parkland setting with spectacular mountain fairways and an abundance of strategically placed bunkers. Par 72/6,903 yards. The Indian Bend Course, laid out in links-style, was designed by Arthur Jack Snyder and is a dynamic Phoenix golf course featuring secluded sand bunkers, rolling terrain and lush palm- and eucalyptus-lined fairways with a magnificent mountain backdrop. Par 72/7,014 yards.
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Wildfire Golf Club

The desert-style Palmer course, designed by Arnold Palmer, winds through the rugged Sonoran Desert, offering great views of the McDowell and Camelback Mountains. Par 72/7,145 yards. The Faldo Course, designed by Nick Faldo, offers a slight variation from the typical desert-theme courses. With 106 sand bunkers, this Phoenix golf course is reminiscent of the Australian sand belt courses. Par 71/6,846 yards.
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The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, Dove Mountain

The Golf Club at Dove Mountain was unveiled to a global audience during the 2009 World Golf Championships – Accenture Match Play Championship. Legendary champion Jack Nicklaus took advantage of the high Sonoran Desert setting to integrate strategy, variety and fair shot values into his Signature Golf Course that presents unique challenges and distinct character, blending naturally among noble saguaros that stand together along the surrounding Tortolita Mountain Range. 

The Golf Club at Dove Mountain is approximately two hours from The Ritz-Carlton, Phoenix, and conveniently located minutes from Interstate 10. For tee times or additional information, please call the golf shop at (520) 572-3500.
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Tournament Players Club (TPC) of Scottsdale

Par: 71/70. The Desert Course, designed by Tom Weiskopf in 1996, features two of the most elite Phoenix golf courses and provides local residents with a great course to play at preferred rates all year long. The Stadium Course, set in the Sonoran Desert and surrounded by the majestic McDowell Mountains, is recognized as one of the most exclusive golf clubs in the world.
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The Legacy Golf Club

Par: 71. Designed by renowned golf course architect Gary Panks, the Legacy Golf Club features lush green fairways, forgiving roughs, well-placed hazards and manicured greens. With indigenous grasses, flowers, shrubs and trees surrounding rolling terrain, this Phoenix golf course's elevation provides exceptional views of Camelback Mountain, Piestewa Peak and the downtown Phoenix skyline.
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The Raven Golf Club

7,078 yards. Distinguished year-after-year as Arizona's premier golf experience, the Raven Golf Club is framed by thousands of mature pines, African Sumac and Oleander trees, as well as the desert mountains and Phoenix skyline.
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Arizona Biltmore Golf Club

Par: 72/71. Two of the most popular Phoenix golf courses are available: the Adobe Course, designed by William Bell in 1929, tempts golfers with simplistic beauty and a traditional layout, while the Links Course, designed by Robert Trent Jones and completed by Bill Johnston, lures golfers into a skillful test of accuracy with its narrow fairways and tactically placed bunkers.
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