Resorts at McCormick Ranch Scottsdale
About Resorts at McCormick Ranch ScottsdaleMcCormick Ranch is a Scottsdale master-planned community with a 36-hole golf club and two 3-star resort hotels on either side of the golf courses. On the west side is The McCormick Scottsdale, part of Millennium Hotels group. It has 125 guest rooms and suites, tennis and 24-hour fitness center. There are two dining concepts, the signature Pinon Grill Scottsdale and casual Diamondbacks Lounge. On the northeast side of the property is The Scottsdale Resort at McCormick Ranch, a Destination Hotels and part of Hyatt Group and a AAA Four Diamond Property. It was renovated in 2015 and has a new bar, main pool and additional meeting and event space. It features 326 guest rooms and suites. McCormick Ranch is one of the more convenient golf resort areas to downtown Scottsdale. located just three miles north. It is also very close to Talking Stick Resort and baseball spring training at the Salt River Fields.
Golf courses at Resorts at McCormick Ranch Scottsdale
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Typical Fairway Photo submitted by bobesson on 02/03/2016
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Palm Course - McCormick Ranch Photo submitted by tainge on 03/29/2013
Played the Palm today. Greens on the front were a little bumpy but expected for this time of year in Arizona. Greens on the back were great! Teed off at 6am and done in less than 3 hours! Love the layout of the Palm!
Great course design
Fairways in good shape for Arizona in the summer
Greens were pretty good
The sand traps are in poor condition though
Better than most
The greens didn’t look that great but ran smooth and fast. Fairways were mostly ok, but need to use “winter rules” as a little sparse in places. Like the layout and if get a good price, certainly worth playing. I played by myself and played two balls and got done in less than three hours.
No Golf Cart lady
The only main issue that really had during playing golf was that there was only one golf cart person and saw her once on 18th green when playing
Palm was great! Ive played so many courses in the last month and Palm ranks next to the best! For summer Az greens- wonderful! Great views of the desert mountains and very nice staff!
I was disappointed that the course did not have any ice coolers or water on the golf course, Yes there was a cart girl driving around selling drinks, she was friendly and gave me some cups of Ice with my Arnold Palmer..
With this hot weather they should provide water on the course for all the golfers...
Love this course, great staff, well maintained. Was just odd to play the front 9 of the palm course and then the front 9 of the pine course. They are both super nice but I would have liked to have played 18 on one course. Either way it was still an awesome experience. My only negative critique was the fact that we saw the cart girl one time through 18 holes, on the back 9 on our 13th hole. We needed food, and they had nothing in the clubhouse, no hot dogs ready to go or anything, so we just had to wait until we ran into the cart girl, all she had was turkey sandwiches on rye bread, I was so hungry it didn't matter but if I am paying over $50 to play a round it would be nice to have a few more food options, and rye bread is gross. Alltogether it was a fun round and I will certainly be back, with my own snacks next time!
Doesn't measure up to a top of the line resort course
The course was in far shape, but the amenities were lacking. No one offered to take my clubs from my car, or after I left them it at drop off. Loaded my cart myself.
The driving range conditions were poor, very little grass, and the grass there was, was mostly weeds.
Played the front in under 2 hrs, as a 3 some, but the back was loaded, took 2 1/2 hrs, no marshal moving groups along.
Bad conditions and overpriced
I wanted to rant about the whole thing but its not even worth it, no one seems to care. One less customer to worry about...bye
Over charged us at a 2 o’clock tee time when no one told us they closed at 5 . Hole 16 they told us they were closed! And warm beer very bad service
Not worth it
Played the Pine course. Only thing good about the round was the greens they were in good condition. The tee boxes had weeds were uneven and not good. The fairways were poor with dirt spots all over that were wet. Every fairway the ball had mud and dirt on it and you got no roll out. The course wasn’t even worth the reduced golf now rate. The course could be very nice and fun to play but the condition ruined it. Also there are two courses and several works at the carts when checking in. Not one of the staff approached me I had to go to there group to find out which way the course I was playing was. I could have pulled into the lot picked a cart and gone to the 1st tee without paying and nobody would have known. No starter or course Marshall either.
Nice day to play
Golf course is in good condition. There are few tee boxes that need some repairs, but no major thing. Greens are in excellent shape giving a nice steady roll. Able to play under four hours under nice early summer temperature.
Taking into consideration all the restrictions that are in place because of Covid-19 this was a good day, nice staff keeping the social distancing in place.
Will play again.
The course was in nice shape. Was not a fan of the holes being raised and only needing to touch them. Foam in the holes 1” down much better.
Heart of Scottsdale
Typical parkland course with a bunch of water. Not too many challenging holes, decent greens and fairways.
Good variety of holes played with employee dale fun guy the cart guy thomas at the end of day was very cool will be back soon To see what the other course looks like Fair and a bit challenging