Phoenician Golf Club

Golfers have never seen the best of Arizona if they haven’t been to the Phoenician Golf Club. Unlike the other golf vacation destinations, this resort offers almost everything golfers and other travelers could ever wish for. Inspired with romance and adventure, the Phoenician harbors exhilarating desert oasis that will surely captivate every visitor’s heart and spirit. The club sits on a 250 acres of paradise constantly being developed in order to provide comfort and convenience to valued guests. Luxury hotels and boutiques are situated within this resort making it ideal for relaxation, shopping, playing golf, and even site seeing.

The Phoenician Golf Club is named America’s (North) Leading Golf Resort courtesy of the World Travel Awards. In addition, the resort is also ranked as one of the top 75 golf resorts in America from Golf Digest. Amenities of this club are as follows: fully-stocked golf shop which is included in the World’s Top 100 Golf Shops by GolfWorld Business magazine, 27,000 square ft practice facilities, chipping and putting greens, as well as a driving range. Group lessons or private sessions are also being offered in this resort hence making any golf trip worth it. Furthermore, daily clinics and video analysis, shoe rental, locker rooms, snack bars and patio are rendering quality products and services to the guests.

Aside from the competitive golf vacation package deals that the resort offers, the club also harbors a world-class tennis complex for those visitors who wanted to play the sport. The Phoenician Golf Club is not just for golfers, it is for everyone who wanted to make the most out of their trips and vacations. Guests have the chance to visit the $25 million art collection, retail boutiques, well-being spas, 109,000 ft. conference center, the cactus garden, and most of all, the 27-hole championship golf course Arizona is proud of.


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