Wildfire Golf Club – Palmer Course

Want to experience playing in a top notch golf resort? Then the Wildfire Golf Club – Palmer Course should be included in your list. This course is voted by Golfweek Magazine as the Best Courses You Can Play and voted one of the top 125 resorts by Conde Nast readers in North America. Aside from that, this golf vacation destination is also voted as America’s Top Golf Courses by Zagat. Furthermore, Travel and Leisure Golf Magazine voted this course as the World’s Best Golf Resorts for Family Trips and the Best Resort Course in the Southwest. Well, it’s every golfer’s dream to set foot in a world class golf resort and it will be fulfilling to start it with the Palmer Course.

The Wildfire Golf Club – Palmer Course is located in the heart of Sonoran Desert of Northeast Phoenix. This course is named after its designer, Arnold Palmer, one of those golf’s greatest legends. The curse extends up to 7, 145 yards rendering an excellent desert experience for the visitors. The putting greens have a lot of undulation making it more challenging even for the finest golfers. Spending your golf trips in this resort is worth it as picturesque landscapes and views make up the resort’s overall appeal.

Aside from competitive golf vacation package deals, this resort also offers various amenities including a complete practice facility with 2 putting greens, all grass driving range, and bunker/chipping green. The Wildfire Golf Club – Palmer Course provides a personal tournament coordinator making it easier for their guests to host a game. Lastly, individual, group, and corporate golf lessons are also available in Palmer aside from their restaurants which serve savory dishes.

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