Best Golf Course in Sedona

Best Golf Course in Sedona

Arizona’s Best Overall Golf Experience – Year Round, where guests are treated like members, and members are treated like guests. Open to the public, this 18 hole superbly manicured championship golf course was designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. and Jr. Oakcreek Country Club is a delight to play for all levels of golfers with five sets of tees ranging from 4,419 to 6,824 yards. Come and enjoy the beauty of Sedona’s red rocks and play an equally spectacular and entertaining golf course that is only .7 miles from our home. The professional staff is committed to exceptional service and to make your visit a pleasurable experience. If you are going to play golf in Sedona, don’t miss playing Oakcreek Country Club.

The course is located at 690 Bell Rock Bouleavard, Sedona, AZ 86351.   To book a tee time call 928-295-6400 or click to book a tee time at Click to Book

Golfing in Sedona

Golfing in Sedona

Canyon Mesa provides the perfect recreational complement to the beautiful red rocks of Sedona. It’s a nine-hole executive gem that caters to every type of golfer. Tucked quaintly away in a corner of the Village of Oak Creek just 8 miles south of Sedona on Hwy. 179, Canyon Mesa is ideal for novices and yet challenging enough for the more experienced. Due to its short length — it averages just 140 yards a hole from the white tees — Canyon Mesa is perfect for those just learning the game. But its narrowness and difficult greens makes it challenging for long-time golfers working on “target golf”. Canyon Mesa is also the best public golf value in Sedona.

Canyon Mesa Country Club caters to these golfers

  • seniors: who don’t hit the ball as far as they used to love our shorter course
  • women & couples: like the compactness of Canyon Mesa without the standard long holes,
  • families: where one or more might be “learners” intimidated by a championship course
  • golfers on a budget: players who like to spend $25 on 18 holes, not $100+
  • serious golfers: who want to work on their “short game”
  • time limited: golfers who don’t have 4 to 6 hours to play can finish 9 holes in 1 1/2 hours or less and 18 holes less than 3 hours

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