The Wigwam Arizona
About The Wigwam ArizonaLocated in the West Valley near Phoenix-Scottsdale is one of Arizona's most historic golf resorts, Wigwam. Set on 440 acres, this village-style resort features three 18-hole golf courses, including two designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr., most notably the famous Gold Course. The resort features 331 casitas and suites with large private patios, and several resort pools including a new 25-foot water slide tower. The resort-style golf courses are more parkland in nature than its surrounding desert courses and features palm trees and water hazards sprinkled throughout. There are four dining concepts, led by the signature Litchfield's Restaurant serving local farm-to-table cuising, while there is Red's Bar & Grill for casual fare and Wigwam Bar which is the social epicenter of the resort. Recreation outside of the 54 holes of golf is nine lighted tennis course and two regulation bocce-ball courts, sand volleyball, bike rentals and yard games.
Golf courses at The Wigwam Arizona
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Many greens have large portions ropped off because they died. Photo submitted by cedyftUYCoxED3FSXWkH on 06/26/2020
Looking back from 18 fairway Photo submitted by Grandmashe on 12/11/2019
Turtles in pond on 18 Photo submitted by Grandmashe on 12/11/2019
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From the moment we arrived, they took care of us. Price was great. Course in great condition. Even with the large amount of people playing, pace was still good. The bar on site after the round was an added bonus. Carts were hard to come by initially which resulted in a long walk to the range and back, but it’s to be expected the day before thanksgiving. Telling all my golf buddies to play here. More than worth it!
Long with long rough
Played the club tees and battled the course. Rough was long and between the two of us lost 3 balls that disappeared. Frustrating not sure if this is how they keep the course at all times but it was unforgiving. Greens were slow but practice green was fast.
I think it’s been about 3 weeks since completion of overseeding and course is in terrific shape, a little more growth of rye in fairways and it will be perfect. Greens rolled really good, too bad this roller was so bad rolling it.
Well worth playing
Enjoy a great round at the red course today. The course was in great shape lush with greens that rolled true. Will be playing the Gold side on Wednesday I Recommended this course and will return.
Course in good shape. Good layout. Best of 3 Wigwam courses
Played the other 2 courses at Wigwam a few years ago. Heard all the hype about the renovations at the Gold & looked forward to playing there. The course was in very good shape...but it was boring! I didn’t have an uphill, downhill or sidehill lie all day. The course is an oldstyle, flat Muni. Def not worth more than $40-$50, especially when it’s cart path only as it was today. And especially with tons of quality tracks all over the Phoenix/Scottsdale area.
I’m sure there are plenty who like this style layout, but to me it was just plain vanilla.
Course conditions were immaculate. We played in under 4 hours. The art was peppy and clean -- and it had a GPS.
Friendly staff and good value. Course tee to green was in great condition but the Greens were very slow due to overseeing. Pace of play was ok 4 hours but was cart path only.
Still waiting for this course to reach its peak after overseeing. Grass around the fringe was terrible (wet and muddy) and the greens were slow from what you’d expect at a Wigwam facility. Fairways and tee boxes were good. The layout is a nice change of pace from typical AZ desert landscapes. Lots of trees and water. Pace of play was solid at 3 hours 30 min for a 4-some on a Holiday. For $65+ I’d wait a few weeks till the course conditions are improved.
The Red Course
Always my favorite course to play, Reseeded so cart path only. That made it rough. I'll be back once again after cart path is over.
Long and reminiscent of older courses
A tough course due to overseeding, slow fairways and greens and no driving on the course, not even 90 degree so of course the ball was always a long walk away but that is me not the course. Pretty busy and a little confusing to manage green to t but eventually figured it out..
Course was in great sha
Course was picture perfect. Greens are tough to reading and lost a few balls in the rough. Did not appreciate the cart path only. Two of us have heart condition so walking to balls we’re tiresome. The rangers are relentless in their job. I don’t think driving in the fairway will hurting any thing. If anyone had a stroke or to be pick up by ambulance a suit would be filed with the course. No handicapped leeway.