Play exciting rounds of golf on two championship Jay Morrish-designed courses at The Boulders. Marvel at desert vistas, flora and even wildlife while enjoying these award-winning courses.
Dramatic Sonoran Desert vistas surround the verdant golf courses at The Boulders, near Scottsdale, Arizona. Golf Magazine consistently rates the courses among the ‘Top 100 Courses in the U.S.,’ and designated the resort a Platinum Medal Award Winner. Renowned architect Jay Morrish designed the two courses to be set amid boulder formations and beautiful desert flora while preserving the natural terrain.
Tee off on the North Course after taking in breathtaking views of Black Mountain and the Sonoran Desert foothills. Considered one of the most demanding courses in the Southwest, the North Course is a 6,811-yard course with a 137 slope. The par 72, 18-hole course features smooth emerald greens and fairways that contrast with the rugged terrain.
Play 18 holes on the scenic and challenging South Course, featuring a par of 71. The 6,726-yard course with a 140 slope features signature Hole #5, a green shaded by a dramatic rock outcropping. Other holes take golfers into the boulder formations for unique challenges unmatched on other courses.