Arizona Biltmore Golf Club - Links Course
The Links at Arizona Biltmore Golf Club is the "younger" of two golf courses on the Biltmore property, and offers intelligence and innovation, with little room for impatience, on a much-feted design that fast gained reverence from both local and visiting golfers. The golf course features fairways that wind amidst lush pine trees and some of Phoenix's showier houses, greens so bunkered that precision is the minimum to shoot for, and contoured greens that roll as they come. Put the ball where it belongs, and it'll show up on the scorecard; put the ball where it doesn't, and that will show up, too.
After your round on the Links at Arizona Biltmore Golf Club, head in for one of several dining options, from Southwestern to French to Asian to fusion dishes, as well as snacks and high tea post-tee.
Looking to do more than get on the Links at the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club and have a nibble and a cup? Look into one of several packages available, including stay-and-play deals.
|Orange (W)||71||4747 yards||66.8||110|
|Black M: 69.7/124||351||532||151||365||130||402||334||129||529||2923||549||176||336||434||340||183||387||451||521||3377||6300|
|White M: 67.2/116||333||500||132||351||125||360||319||117||488||2725||502||159||282||384||311||162||353||367||481||3001||5726|
|Yellow M: 64.9/111||300||469||116||341||105||310||319||112||450||2522||485||152||270||322||267||157||315||350||415||2733||5255|
|Orange M: 62.7/100 W: 66.8/110||220||454||77||341||92||292||296||106||429||2307||428||117||257||313||264||116||281||258||406||2440||4747|
Course conditions were good. Greens in good condition. Fairway Bermuda had grown in and looked great. Course cut low. Used every club in bag. Last par three on front a little funky. Tee box hard. Shot over tennis court. Course has it all. Hills,water, elevated tees and mature trees. Like it. Links is more fun than Adobe course.
Pro shop staff friendly and professional. We were first off the tee at 645 am on the Links and finished in under 3 hours. Course in good condition and well maintained. Greens good shape but very hard. Couple of par 4's that were out of character with rest of course (was our first time playing here so would know how to play these holes in future). Would play again
For price the Links course is very competitive. One of best values. Greens good. Course allows you to hit most clubs in bag. Pace of play good for five holes ten ran into bottle neck. No Marshall. No range today because they rented it out to a drone group. Kinda unusual.
A varied layout for a short but challenging course. Meandering through private homes, with some elevation changes and the need for precise shot making.
A slow bit enjoyable round.
No Marshall !
The group in front of us were very slow, and no Marshall was on site.
Adobe traps, not sand traps.
Great. Purse but for 2 things;
1. The traps are filled with red Adobe, not sand. Hard on the clubs.
Marshall on the Course and pace was slow.
Rough was poor and greens were beat up. Golfers do a poor job of fixing their ball marks. Bunkers were excellent.
Tee time was earlier in the morning.
The result was the pace of play was outstanding. Never got pushed or had to wait. Course was in great shape and morning dew burned of quickly.
Back nine is really nice but greens were not in great shape.
Links course winds through the Biltmore neighborhood. Black tees have some very interesting elevated tee shots especially on the last few holes. Quite a bit different from the flat Adobe course. Not in as good of shape as the Adobe course, but definitely fun and worth the money.
Links course was fun and in good condition. A nice resort course with wide fairways, tee boxes and greens in good shape. Not too challenging for weekend/vacation warriors. Bar and grill A+ with nice outside eating area.
There are a few signature holes that are quite fun.
Well balanced, high priced beer
The staff in it’s entirety were excellent.friendly, nice smiles and good at job. All on course services again friendly and on a very nice day we were visited at least twice each nine.course was in very good shape. Greens ran true. The nineteenth hole was very pleasant. Only negative was premium bear was increased that day to $7.00 a bottle several players mentioned it.
Pace of play was good and course conditions very good. New sand in traps was a welcome sight.