With more than 300 golf courses throughout the state, Arizona is recognized as
one of the world's premiere golfing destinations. From internationally-renowned desert courses
and award-winning municipal courses to golf-inspired massages and female-friendly instruction,
Arizona has developed an entire industry catering to golf enthusiasts.
Picture yourself a pro and
play 18 holes on the TPC Stadium course at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess, home to the PGA's FBR
Phoenix Open. Avoid tunnel vision on the fairway with The Phoenician's Golf Visualization experience
or enjoy a heated golf ball massage at the Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North.
Enjoy the scenic beauty of one of Arizona's seven golf courses on Native American land, including Whirlwhind Golf Club on the Gila River Indian Reservation and We-Ko-Pa on the Fort McDowell
Yavapai Nation. Be a Tiger, or at least play the same course, at the Gallery at Dove Mountain in Marana, home to the World Golf
Championships-Accenture Match Play Championship. Head south to the Tubac Golf Resort, featuring a 27 hole Championship Golf Course,
with the 18 original holes being designed in 1959, and the remaining nine added in 1996 for the
filming of the movie Tin Cup. Stay cool on Troon's Kierland and Whirlwind Golf Clubs with air-conditioned
golf carts or just look cool by trading in your golf cart for a Segway Golf Transporter at Kierland Golf Club.