Grayhawk Golf Club – Talon Course

The Talon Course of the Grayhawk Golf Club is a most fitting example of perfect combinations. Every single element – from its creators down to the smallest detail of the course – is made of many different combinations that worked perfectly alongside each other thus creating one of the best and most beautiful golf vacation destinations in Arizona, and perhaps, in all of the United States.

Standing in the midst of the golden Sonoran desert in Northern Scottsdale, the Talon Course is only one of the two premiere golf courses at the famed Grayhawk Golf Club, the other being the Tom Fazio-designed Raptor Course. The Talon Course at the Grayhawk Golf Club is the brainchild of US Open and PGA Tour Champion David Graham and architect Gary Panks. They have successfully blended their layout of a stunning landscape and natural desert vegetation with the breathtaking vistas of the desert and the Phoenix and Scottsdale skylines surrounding the area, thereby making the Talon a sight to behold. Golf wise, the designers have come up with just the right amount of difficulty in the shots, narrowness of the fairways and landing areas, as well as the undulation of the greens to make every game and every golf trip at the Raptor as pleasant as it is challenging.

A series of four par 3’s, ten par 4’s and four par 5’s dot the 18-hole par-72 championship golf course. Visitors at the Talon Course of the Grayhawk Golf Club would never regret spending their golf vacations here, as they shall be treated to world-class service from the course’s friendly staff. That, and being conveniently located 40 minutes from the Sky Harbor Airport just makes it even more ideal. The Talon Course is one place that offers a perfect breed of golf all-out goodness – from fun to challenge, to scenery.


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