Arizona Golf Courses any ideas?

Hello Titleist golfers, I live in Arizona and was wondering if anyone knew of any good golf courses to try out. Ive played many of the courses out here, just like to get an opinion from fellow golfers. Thanks! Happy Holidays to every one.

Hi Brandon, I live out in the east valley. Mesa area. The are some really good courses out here. I don't know what courses you have played, I can give a few places. Las Sendas in Mesa Whirlwind at the Gila river Casino. Southern Dunes In Maricopa. Ocotillo In Chandler. Red Mountain Ranch CC in Mesa. Longbow in Mesa Dobson Ranch its the city course in Mesa There are few ideas for you. Jeff

Hey Brandon,

That's a great question. Arizona has so many courses and many of them are hidden gems. It really depends on how far you want to drive and what your price range is, as there are so many in different ranges. 

Here are a few that I really like and ones that I would like to try.

Like: ASU Karsten, Eagle Mountain, Kokopelli, Papago (city course), Raven golf club at South Mountain, Legacy, Stonecreek, Kierland, Gainey Ranch, Biltmore, Talking Sticks, Bear Creek, Dobson, Superstition Springs, 

Courses I still want to try: The Phoenician, TPC Scottsdale, Whisper Rock, Grayhawk.

The best way to see what's out there is maybe go on a site such as Golfnow.com and see what courses are out there and try them out for as cheap as you can.

Let is know what courses you try and how you like them. Also, any courses you can suggest as well? 

Sam

How many Team Titleist guys are out here. Why don't we try and put something together after the holiday season at one the course out here. What do you think?

My friends and I do our annual buddies trip to AZ every year. We played TPC Scottsdale this year and it was an awesome experience. The staff was excellent and the course is laid out well. 

The  Boulders has two epic courses... And staying there is a pure joy!

I like las sendas in mesa good track, whisper rock was a real treat to play very cool seeing all the impressive names on the lockers (Phil, John Elway,Olgilvy ect.) TPC is overrated we ko pa is supposed to be the best although I have not played there

I have just returned back to the snow of Canada after spending the holidays in the Scottsdale area. This trip, all but 1 round was at Eagle Mountain which is a track I love and very close to our place there. The other round was at Golden Canyon on their Dinosaur 18. Very impressed with this course. Great conditions. Short, but challenging.

supersition mt and raven at valdarodo great courses

We-Ko-Pa.  It is a must!!!

Hey there...if you like a challenge, play Papago. It is a city course and is in really great shape. From the tips it's pushing 7,400....if you're up for that.but all in all the course is great from blue tees, white tees , etc...

Best course you may have never heard of is Quintero. It is without a doubt one of the best in the whole valley..... Yes, it is right there with all big names everyone is referring to. It's in the northwest valley so depending where you are staying, it might be a drive. I promise, it will be worth it though. 

+1 Wekopa Saguaro, east of Phoenix, is awesome
Brandon, There are a ton of great courses in the area to play. A lot will depend on the budget your group has and if you can get access to some of them. Some of my personal favorites are Whisper Rock, Greyhawk, TPC Scottsdale. If you get a chance to get up in the Flagstaff area Pine Canyon might be the best course in the state.

Speaking of Arizona, I will be taking a trip to the Mesa area to get away from this cold the last weekend of Feb if anyone wants to get together for a round or two!   Just PM me