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ARI­ZONA GRAND GOLF COURSE A com­bi­na­tion of tra­di­tional links and desert tar­get golf, nes­tled against the 16,000-acre South Moun­tain Pre­serve. Par 71. www.ari­zon­a­ Ari­zona Grand Re­sort, I-10 & Base­line Rd., 602.431.6480. EA­GLE MOUN­TAIN GOLF CLUB De­signer Scott Miller of­fers desert thrills through ravines and around moun­tains, with breath­tak­ing views of the en­tire Val­ley. On the 18th hole, play­ers tee off from high on a hill with Red Moun­tain off in the dis­tance. Par 72. 14915 E. Ea­gle Moun­tain Pkwy., Foun­tain Hills, 480.816.1234. GOLD CANYON The Su­per­sti­tion Moun­tains hold a com­mand­ing pres­ence over Ken Ka­vanaugh’s Di­nosaur Moun­tain course and the Greg Nash/ Ka­vanaugh Sidewinder course. Di­nosaur par 70; Sidewinder par 71. Kings Ranch Rd. & US 60, Gold Canyon, 480.982.9449. MCCORMICK RANCH GOLF CLUB Tra­di­tional in ev­ery sense, the Pine and Palm cour­ses serve up 36 holes with a trop­i­cal feel­ing. Par 72. www. mc­cormick­ranch­ 7505 E. McCormick Pkwy., 480.948.0260. THE PHOENI­CIAN Three 9-hole cour­ses run the gamut from the trop­ics to the desert. Par-70 com­bi­na­tions. www.thep­hoeni­ 6000 E. Camel­back Rd., 480.423.2449. WHIRL­WIND Two 18-hole Gary Panks cour­ses built in the 21st cen­tury on Gila River In­dian Com­mu­nity land. The Devil’s Claw course is de ned by el­e­va­tion changes and multi-tiered greens, while the slightly tougher Cat­tail course is dic­tated by canyons and lakes. Par 72. www. whirl­wind­ Sher­a­ton Wild Horse Pass Re­sort & Spa, I-10 & Wild Horse Pass Blvd., Chandler area, 480.940.1500.

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