Gold: “Arizona Monster”
Designed by the master designer himself, the Gold course was created in 1964 to rival another of Robert Trent Jones Sr.’s courses, the famed South Course at Firestone Country Club. At more than 7,430 yards, this long and winding par-72 course will challenge even the finest of golfers, leaving them with club choices that will either reward or reprimand their decisions.

Blue Course “The Patriot”
The Blue course has been described as the “great contradiction” in that it behaves so very differently from front to backside. Also a Jones, Sr. creation, this 6,000 yard, par-70 course is known to be both technical and challenging yet subtle, as golfers must negotiate a number of perilous bunkers, thirsty ponds and challenging dog-leg fairways.

Red Course: “The Heritage”
A natural complement to The Gold and Blue courses, The Red is nearly 6,900 yards and plays alongside an abundance of natural water features and lush trees. The par-72 layout has generous fairways and greens, yet its finishing stretch is as tough as any-a certain test for anyone.