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questionable
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Phoenix/Scottsdale public course help
Staying at the Phoenician in early May for a work trip. Would like to play 1 round at a nearby public track(within 30 mins). Budget is $150. Any suggestions? TIA!


ell_13
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re: Phoenix/Scottsdale public course help
The Phoenician has a great course on site. That isn't an option?

ETA: It's also within your price range.
This post was edited on 2/7 at 10:27 am


questionable
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re: Phoenix/Scottsdale public course help
Sorry should have noted...1 free round at the Phoenician is included, looking to go offsite for another round.


ell_13
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1 free round at the Phoenician is included
Awesome. It's a fantastic course. You'll love it.
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looking to go offsite for another round.
You could basically pick anything in that area and have a good time. Camelback is good but you'd have to go in the afternoon for that price range. Eagle Mountain would be my pick.


Coater
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re: Phoenix/Scottsdale public course help
TPC scottsdale champions course

I played it several years ago and enjoyed it


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Navajo61490
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re: Phoenix/Scottsdale public course help
In May it may be hot enough where you can pay troon north and the prestigious courses for around 100 bucks. Always tee times on golf now


Dawgsontop34
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re: Phoenix/Scottsdale public course help
I remember really liking We ko pa (sp?)

Greyhawk is fine. Stadium course is solid but not super memorable outside of a few holes.


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questionable
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re: Phoenix/Scottsdale public course help
Thanks Ell! Have you played the Phoenician since the redesign?


questionable
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re: Phoenix/Scottsdale public course help
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In May it may be hot enough where you can pay troon north and the prestigious courses for around 100 bucks


Thanks for the tip! Was actually hoping to play troon but saw the hefty price tag right now. Which course there do you recommend?


ell_13
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re: Phoenix/Scottsdale public course help
We were there for a work function on 2013 and 2014. Not sure if that’s before or after honestly.


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Navajo61490
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Troon north has two courses, the boulders has two courses, Quintero is north west Phoenix but I hear it’s amazing, there’s a stupid amount of options


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jaybirdlsu
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Troon is by far the best course.


Navajo61490
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I will say this. It is absolutely worth the extra $125 to play troon compared to the other options if you’re here for a trip. You’ll look back and regret not


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Coater
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you can often find deals the day you want to play using some of the local websites for tee times.

for example,

LINK


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0jersey
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I love Troon north, but it is not far and away the best course. I don’t like the Phoenician since the redesign as they removed some of the better hole IMO.

Eagle Mtn is cool, but I would really recommend We Ko Pa cholla course for a true desert golf experience. No houses on the course and you must book by calling them or on their website. Sun Ridge Canyon is also another cool desert course that is very challenging.

ETA-disclaimer I think both the TPC courses are way overrated and tourist traps. Way better golf is available for much better prices. I really try to talk everyone out of playing those overpriced, overrated dumps. It pisses me off they continue to get away with the prices they charge.
This post was edited on 2/11 at 10:31 pm


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mtheob17
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re: Phoenix/Scottsdale public course help
Talking Stick


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