North America Best Stay & Play Golf Resorts


  

Best Stay & Play Golf Resorts in North America


We have traveled the length and breadth of North America and Canada to identify the best stay and play golf resorts. Most states keep the avid golfer satiated with their excellent golfing, accommodation and sightseeing opportunities. Our list should be the starting point in your search for top-value golf resorts combining sporting and vacationing experiences in the most effective way. 

Look at our complete line-up for your upcoming and future vacations. The resorts' contact details are mentioned on their respective page, so you can make inquiries and bookings conveniently.

Arizona attracts over 44 million tourists each year. Home to Grand Canyon National Park, desert museums and botanical gardens, and scenic byways, the state also offers a tantalizing choice of stay and play golf resorts. After enjoying a few challenging rounds on well-maintained desert layouts with sweeping mountain views, head back to comfortable on-site accommodation offering casino gaming or stay at a nearby hotel providing a host of amenities, including golf, spa and shopping. 

The golfing experience amidst the Rockies' spectacular mountainous landscape is really something else. Stay and play members are eligible for two or more days of unlimited golf, and if you're here with family, you may want to check out a four-season resort located close to the Glacier National Park, famous for 700 miles of hiking trails, the beautiful Hidden Lake, and diverse wildlife, including grizzly bears and mountain goats. 

If you're combining business with pleasure in Washington, teeing opportunities are plenty, from the rolling fairways and orchard-mountain-river views of Gamble Sands Golf Course, to Samiahmoo Golf & Country Club's tree-lined course, 198 deluxe rooms and luxurious guest rooms equipped with patios and wood-burning fireplaces. 

California's four and five star stay and play golf resorts offer ocean and coastal views, an excellent array of bunkers, and comfortable on-site accommodation. Also on our list are championship golf courses at higher elevations that promise stunning vistas of Los Angeles and San Gabriel Mountains, and spacious, full-service guest rooms with luxury spas and conference rooms. 

The sunshine state has a dizzying range of four and five star golf resorts scattered in Miami, Orlando, Tampa and Jacksonville. Whether you're in Florida on a kids-friendly Disney vacation or chilling out at Miami's best beaches, you're never limited by choice or budget, from five-star PGA tour courses and exclusive golf villas to modest greens full of character and two-bedroom villas with dine-in and modern amenities. 

We have also spent considerable time exploring Canada's stay and play golf resorts. Among them is the outstanding Cabot Links, with its world-class seaside courses and elegant lodge, and Predator Ridge Resort's Scottish-inspired inland layout, ranch-like environment and five-star accommodation, complete with state-of-the-art fitness and outdoor programs such as cross-country skiing and wine-tasting tours. Review our top-rated golf resorts to determine what kind of stay works best for you and your family. 

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On the maps we have indicated the best golf hotels and resorts with the following symbol Stay & Play Golf Resorts  
At each destination you'll find the best golf courses including those offering on-site accommodation. 


 

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