Sedona Golf Courses

Whatever your score, the view from local links is always above par.

Sedona’s red rocks and blue skies suit golf’s greens to a tee - whatever your score, the view from local links is always above par.



Mark Twain once quipped that “Golf is a good walk spoiled.” He obviously never walked a Sedona golf course, where the view is ideal, and the competition only enhances the joy of being outdoors.

Sedona’s signature views bring golfers here from all over the world. Courses in the shadow of the red rocks have been designed by the legendary Robert Trent Jones Sr. (who worked on Augusta National, home of the Mas­ters tournament) and Jr.; Tom Weiskopf (1973 British Open champ); and Jerry Pate (1976 U.S. Open winner). Play any of these and no matter how you slice it, you’re looking at a backdrop that’s dead solid perfect.

Oakcreek Country Club

690 Bell Rock Blvd.
928-284-1660, 1-888-703-9489
Semi-private course, open guest policy
Hours: 6 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Fees: Vary by season, call for information
Dress: Slacks or walking shorts, golf skirts, collared golf or sports shirts required; no denim, T-shirts, cutoffs, tank tops, tennis shorts

Designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. and Robert Trent Jones Jr.

18 holes, par 72
Championship tee: 5,579 – 6,824 yards
Signature hole: 10th, par 3

Amenities: Putting green, driving range, rental carts, club rental, PGA pros, pro shop, clubhouse, restaurant

Canyon Mesa Golf Club

500 Jack’s Canyon Rd.
Public course
Hours: Opens 7 a.m; last tee at 5 p.m.
Fees: Call for information
Dress: No tank tops for men

Designed by Jack Snyder

9 holes, par 28
1,475 yards
Signature hole: 5th, par 3

Amenities: Putting green, driving range, carts, club rental, pro shop

The Club at Seven Canyons

3755 Long Canyon Rd.
928-203-2100; 1-866-367-8844
Membership by invitation only
Hours: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m., Tuesday – Sunday
Dress: Collared shirts, standard golf attire; no denim

Designed by Tom Weiskopf

18 holes, par 70
6,746 yards
Signature hole: Several contenders

Amenities: Practice green, driving range (opening early 2004), chipping green, PGA pros, pro shop, clubhouse, restaurant

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