Troon Golf offers plenty of variety when it comes to golf in Arizona

Updated: January 2, 2019

When traveling to Arizona to play golf, there are the “must play courses” and then there are the must plays. But with over 300 courses throughout the state, how’s a club-packing golfer to decide where to tee it up? The answer is easy, visit first. Here you can gather course information, book tee times, checkout stay and play packages and more.

Troon Golf-managed courses offer industry-leading consistency in service and surface. Simply put, if you’re playing a Troon property, you know it’s going to be awesome. The directory of courses in the Troon Golf portfolio in the Phoenix, Scottsdale and Tucson areas reads like a list of the state’s top golf courses – and for good reason, they are. Troon Golf properties throughout Arizona include: Ak-Chin Southern Dunes Golf Club, Boulders Resort & Spa, Golf Club of Estrella, Lookout Mountain Golf Club, The Phoenician, Poston Butte Golf Club, Sewailo Golf Club, SunRidge Canyon Golf Club, Troon North Golf Club, The Westin Kierland Golf Club, Whirlwind Golf Club at Wild Horse Pass and more. All of these Troon-managed properties are set in stunning locations and capture the essence of the American Southwest. From the magnificence of the Boulders in Carefree and Troon North in Scottsdale, to the Sonoran Desert beauty of SunRidge Canyon in Fountain Hills and Whirlwind Golf Club in Chandler, each course has its own unique way of leaving you speechless and amazed.

In addition to delivering on beauty, incredible service and outstanding playing surfaces, Troon’s Arizona properties are focused on making the game of golf more fun. For example, The Westin Kierland Golf Club offers guests the option of playing on Golf Boards, Golf Bikes or Segways. For golf traditionalists, Kierland also offers the option of playing with a caddie. If you’re spending more than just a few days playing golf in the Arizona sun, think about purchasing an Arizona Troon Card for additional savings. Troon Cards, available as TwoSome or FourSome Cards..
For more information on Troon’s Arizona courses, visit