It is that time of year when overseeding is done in order to keep our Phoenix golf courses in top shape. Please review our overseeding schedule when planning your day at the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club.
|Adobe Course||Closed: 10/06 – 10/26||Cart Path Only: 10/27 – 11/04|
|Links Course||Closed: 10/27 – 11/16||Cart Path Only: 11/17 – 12/01|
Legendary Golf Courses in the Heart of Phoenix
These Phoenix golf courses are located in the heart of the Phoenix Mountain Preserve, the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club is as convenient as it is exclusive. Adjacent to the legendary Arizona Biltmore Hotel and Resort, these two storied golf courses stand as testimony to some of the greatest golf outings in Arizona.
With U.S. Presidents, Foreign Leaders, Hollywood celebrities, and yes, millions of individuals from Arizona and even afar will recall their own memorable memories of the two golf courses. Learn more about the Arizona Biltmore history.
A Unique Golfing Experience
Here at the Biltmore, these two championship Phoenix golf courses are second to none when it comes to real prestige, privileges and proximity. Built in the late twenties, the character and layout of these two different style of courses has been refined over many decades, providing our guest a stately and distinctive experience.
Just minutes from the Camelback Corridor and some of the finest corporate, retail and dining addresses in the Valley, the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club lays claim to being the most centrally-located golf club in the Valley.
Phoenix Golf Courses
The Adobe Course
The par 71, 6,430 yard Adobe Course is a traditional style golf course that is a true parkland golf course. The course treats golfers with generous, sprawling fairways, while challenging them with numerous bunkers and water hazards.
The Links Course
The par 71, 6,300 yard Links Course is the younger of all of the two golf courses at the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club. The course provides desert ravines, rolling fairways and five shimmering lakes.