Sedona Golf Resort Sedona, Arizona

35 Ridge Trail Drive
Sedona, Arizona 85351
928-284-9355
Sedona Golf Resort Website

FACILITIES
CONDITIONING
COURSE
STAFF
Pro Shop
9
Tee Boxes
9
Yardage Marker
10
Attendants
9
Range
10
Fairways
9
Pace of Play
9
Starter
9
Practice Green
9
Rough
9
Scenery
10
Marshals
9
Chipping Green
9
Greens
9
Architecture
10
PGA Pro
9
Carts
9
Bunkers
9
Challenge
9
Pro Shop Staff
9
Restaurant
10
Water Hazards
8
19th Hole
9
Overall:
9
Overall:
9
Overall:
10
Overall:
9

REVIEW:
Sedona Golf Resort is blessed with some of the most awe inspiring views to be found anywhere on earth. It is located in the Village of Oak Creek just south of Sedona, Arizona, in the heart of one of the most captivating regions of the Southwest. The 6,646-yard, par – 71 course is widely considered among the world’s most unforgettable golf experiences. The course winds around the famous red rocks of Sedona, with each hole providing a unique view of some of the most photographed rocks in America. Sedona Golf Resort is just a short drive from Phoenix or Flagstaff. This well planned locale offers many attractive accommodation choices, including Golden Heritage Homes, Hilton Sedona Resort and Sunterra’s Ridge Timeshares. Also nearby is The Ridge Spa & Racquet Club, which offers first-class amenities for fitness and relaxation all year round.

Sedona Golf Resort has a country club atmosphere but with a warm friendliness toward all visiting golfers. Everyone working at the course from the pro shop staff to the grill room hosts are top notch and genuinely want to give each golfer an experience to remember. Several of the members of the GolfTest USA staff live right on Sedona Golf Resort so we are a little partial to it. The course offers a real challenge to all golfers but has wide fairways so it is forgiving as well. After checking in at the pro shop, golfers are sent to the practice facility until they are summoned by the starter to tee off. The practice facility is broken up into three separate areas located a short cart ride from one another. A practice green, a short game area and a full length grass range. At a course of this caliber, golfers have the use of the latest GPS system that makes it easy to maneuver around and know exactly the yardage anywhere on the course even if it is your first time playing here.

Each hole is a delight to experience. The fairways are kept in top shape year round. The greens are large and tend to be difficult for even the best of players. Don’t be disappointed if you end up three putting a few times. It happens to the best of us. Be sure to bring a few extra balls with you just in case. Back at the clubhouse, Sedona Golf Resort also has a well-equipped pro shop, locker rooms and a full service restaurant.

The pro shop caters towards high-end clothing lines. There are many other golf related products available and lots of souvenirs to remind you of the great time you had at one of the top courses in Arizona. Ryan Stemsrud is the Director of Golf and he has assembled an outstanding staff whose goal is to make sure everyone who plays Sedona Golf Resort has a memorable golfing experience.

RATING:
GolfTest USA recommends Sedona Golf Resort as an “ELITE” golf course in the Northern Arizona area.

Elite Course:
The best the area has to offer
Must Play Course:
Don’t miss playing here
Quality Course:
Good solid track
Average Course:
A standard golf experience
Only in a Pinch:
Below average golf