Sedona and Prescott Area
Antelope Hills Golf Course in Prescott, AZ. features two courses with bent grass greens and bluegrass fairways. The North Course opened in 1958 and is a traditional tree lined course with small greens.The South Course opened in 1992 and is more wide open with large greens and plenty of mounding. The courses have are positioned in the rugged rock formations of Granite Dells and the Bradshaw Mountains.
Seven Canyons Golf in Sedona, AZ. is surrounded by protected national forest land and designed to fit into this natural terrain. Designed by Tom Weiskopf, the Seven Canyons golf course is set in the heart of Sedona. It is a par-70 that course measures less than 7,000 yards from the championship tees. The course uses the red rock formations as hazards and ancient ponderosa pines on the fairways. The course challenges your shot-making with small greens, narrow landing areas, classic-style bunkering, natural water features and natural changes in elevation.
Stoneridge Golf Course in Prescott Valley, AZ. within the foothills of the Bradshaw Mountains. The course is a desert/mountain course hybrid. That means there are deep elevation changes and elements that display desert foliage. Randy Heckenkemper designed the course with his own company. He had worked for Poe and Nicklaus, then Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish. His own style came being taught by the best in the field. He has placed six sets of tees on the course to assure the golfer of finding the right length for his game!