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Golf

Arizona's golf courses are as diverse and spectacular as the state’s famed landscape. Ranging from desert target-style courses to links courses and alpine fairways, nearly every type of terrain – and difficulty level – is represented here.

With more than 300 Arizona golf courses to choose from, you’re sure to find an ideal location for your golf vacation – as well as a tee time that fits both your budget and your sense of adventure.

Before you arrive, call ahead for details on the Arizona golf courses that interest you – and make sure you ask about current rates and availability. In the winter, golf courses in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tucson, Lake Havasu and other warm spots are in their peak season, so you may need to book early. But if you can brave the summer heat, you can often enjoy these courses at significantly reduced rates. You can also opt for summertime golf in more moderate climates in Northern and North Central Arizona, where many sites offer idyllic scenery and challenging courses.

Read on for listings of Arizona golf courses. For more information, visit: