Camelback Golf Club- Padre Course

The Camelback Golf Club – Padre Course, redesigned by Arthur Hills in 1999, has a classic desert design that has been modernized. This golf vacation destination has bunkers which pop up everywhere and fairways which often split. The resort harbors the Camelback mountain as a backdrop making it ideal for golfers all over the world to relax and enjoy the view while walking from hole to hole. The course has gently sloping terrains which are covered by lush vegetation while towering trees are scattered together with multiple lakes and water hazards. The Arizona Golf Magazine featured the last hole of this resort as the best water hole in the state.

Aside from offering a wonderful and challenging course, the Camelback Golf Club – Padre Course also helps their clients organize events in behalf of them. The resort offers tournament coordinators and the knowledgeable staffs in order to facilitate various events held by their clients. Meeting spaces are also available for groups of 15 to 100. Furthermore, visitors on a golf vacation can also enjoy learning more about the sport by joining golf lessons offered by the resort. Packages include 60-minute lessons and 90-minute lessons as well as half day and whole day sessions.

Green fees in Camelback start from $39 up to $139 on weekdays and weekends. Golf trips don’t have to be expensive. Golfers just need to find the best package that suits their needs. The resort allows metal spikes, however non-metal spikes are preferred. The dress code for men are collared shirts and Bermuda shorts and an appropriate attire for women. Lastly, the Camelback Golf Club – Padre Course accepts credit cards such as Visa, MasterCard, Amex, and Discover.


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