Sedona Golf Resort

4-star: generally an excellent standard golf course, well worth visiting.
   Sedona Golf Resort Est. 1988

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Sedona Golf Resort: The world-renowned and towering red rock formations of Sedona form the principal backdrop to this wonderfully challenging and dramatically scenic golf course.

On your out-and-back journey around the course, the front-nine gently winds its way up the early slopes of House Mountain, with the equally testing back-nine bringing you back down again to the clubhouse. Along the way you will enjoy fabulous views onto some of the area's most famous and best loved rock formations, not least Bell Rock, Courthouse Butte and the fabulous Cathedral Rock.

Sedona's signature 10th hole awaits at the top of your climb and furthest away from the clubhouse. This good length par-3 is spectacularly framed with the immensely beautiful and distinctive Cathedral Rock rising up in the distance behind the green. Little wonder the hole is included in many listings of the World's Greatest Golf Holes. Cascading back down the hillside, you may feel a few of the remaining par-4's and 5's could be included in the world's "toughest" golf holes list, especially with tight fairways and semi-blind drives greeting you from several tees.

Housing flanks some of the holes here, although never too closely while the often tightish fairways are flanked by cactus and single-berry juniper trees, as well as occasional rocky outcrops and plenty of red-sand bunkering.

At this Stay & Play venue, the on-site accommodation is located close to the golf facilities.

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Making Contact

Sedona Golf Resort
35 Ridge Trail Drive,
Sedona, Arizona 86351
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Office   +1 (928) 284 9355
Pro Shop   +1 (877) 733 6630

  +1 (928) 284 9602

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Golf Pro
Gary Pearce (Head Golf Professional)
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About the course

The course: 18 holes. Tree-lined & open parkland.
Undulating terrain - several slopes to climb (especially on the front-nine).
Surroundings: Residential and desert.
Designer: Gary Panks
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  Men Back Men Front Women Front
Yards 6646 5652 5059
Par 71 71 71
SSS or Slope 70.6 66.1 68.9
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How2Get There?

36 miles S of Flagstaff / 7 miles S of Sedona
From I-17 take exit 298 onto Route 179 and head north, direction Sedona. After 7 miles, just as you enter Oak Creek, turn left at roundabout into Ridge Trail Drive, direction Sedona Golf Resort. Golf entrance is on your left (opposite Hilton entrance on your right).

Essential information

Green Fees:
2015 visitor fee, 18-holes in high season (Feb thru' May): $99 (all days). Golf cart included. Reduced rates for afternoon, twilight and super-twilight rounds. [Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc]. Credit cards accepted.
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Who can play and When?
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.  Must book in advance.
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Other Information
Non-metal spike facility. Walking permitted.

Practice facilities
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Did you know?

Located in Arizona's high desert under the towering southwestern rim of the vast Colorado Plateau, the area around Sedona is one of Arizona's premier tourism, recreation, resort, retirement and art centres. Characterized by massive red-rock formations, as well as the contrasting and spectacular Oak Creek Canyon, the area surrounding Sedona is considered at least as beautiful as many national parks. The cool high desert nights in summer, also attracts many local visitors. The story concerning the naming of Sedona is well known. Theodore Carl Schnebly and his wife, Sedona, moved to this area from Gorin, Missouri. The few ranching families living here convinced T.C. to establish a post office in his large home. Legend has it that he asked the government to name the post office, Schnebly Station or Red Rock Crossing. He was told the names were too long, and following a suggestion by his brother, he submitted his wife's name, Sedona. And so it was. >> Sedona Golf Course is managed and operated by SunCor, one of the leading golf management companies specializing in Arizona golf course management.

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Latitude: (34.773067)
Longitude: (-111.765279)
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Hilton Sedona Resort & Spa AAA 3-Diamonds
90 Ridge Trail Drive, Sedona, AZ 86351
+1 (928) 284 4040

The Hilton Sedona Resort & Spa hotel is set amidst the spectacular beauty of the magnificent red rock formations surrounding Sedona. The resort is located just 90 minutes north of Phoenix, with the Grand Canyon two and a half hours away.

Golf at this hotel Sedona
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Golf within 5 miles Oakcreek
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Golf within 20 miles No
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La Quinta Inn Sedona (Oak Creek) AAA 3-diamonds
6176 Highway 179, Sedona, AZ 86351
+1 (928) 284 0711

Nestled in the Coconino National Forest at the foothills of Bell Rock, the La Quinta Inn is ideally located in Oak Creek to explore the glorious Red Rock country around Sedona. Oak Creek is only a short drive to the quaint shops and eateries of Sedona.

Golf at this hotel No
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Golf within 5 miles Sedona; Oak Creek
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Golf within 20 miles No
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