Arizona Country Club, The
- Holes: 18
- Par: 72
- Length: 6720 yards
- Slope: 130
- Rating: 72.0
Arizona Country Club dates to 1909, when the Ingleside Golf Resort opened, gaining the honor of being Phoenix's very first winter resort, and, by 1946, a golf course redesign laid the course out for a more modern golf style, creating the Arizona Country Club. It quickly became the valley's premier private club, hosting the Phoenix Open from 1955 to 1973. Golfers such as Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, and Gary Player have teed off on the course, and the club has been a 60-year staple in Arizona golf.
The Arizona Country Club golf course is known for offering an alternative to typical desert golf, placing a premium on course management and shot-making skills, with rows of mature trees providing a Midwest feel and scattered palms adding a tropical touch.
After a round on the Arizona Country Club golf course, retire to the clubhouse, where males and females can segregate themselves into the Men's Grill and Women's Lounge before reconvening the family in the Mixed Grill for an indoor or outdoor meal.