Experience high elevation golf at its finest!

Come for the game, stay for the views, and leave with a "hole" lot of joy! 

Immersed in the largest contiguous ponderosa pine forest in the world, Flagstaff boasts cool temps throughout the summers, averaging a comfortable 80 degrees. Choosing to golf in Flagstaff guarantees a winning mix of challenge and scenery for golfers at all levels. There are a half dozen private and public golf courses designed by the biggest names in golf to choose from.

Ready to tee off into a Flagstaff adventure? Swing by our stunning courses and let the good times roll—one putt at a time. You'll be "fore-ever" grateful for the memories made under our sunny and sapphire blue skies! ⛳🌲 Please see below for notable golfing opportunities in and around Flagstaff:

Continental Country Club:
The Continental Country Club golf course is a popular choice for both locals and visitors, featuring a more accessible golfing experience. Situated below Mount Elden in Flagstaff, AZ, the 18-hole championship golf course at Continental Country Club was designed by Bob E. Baldock. Here, golfers find a quiet and peaceful round of golf at what feels like a destination club.

Timberline Short Nine Golf Course:
Timberline Short Nine Golf Course in Flagstaff is a privately-owned, family-friendly, 9-hole executive course perfect for all skill levels. It covers about seven acres and is designed to be a relaxing, low-pressure environment ideal for beginners and experienced golfers working on their short game. Most players can walk and complete the course in about 60-70 minutes. The course does not require tee times and has a relaxed dress code, emphasizing fun and accessibility.

PRIVATE Golf Courses:

Forest Highlands Golf Club:
This club features two private 18-hole courses:
Canyon Course: Known for its challenging layout and stunning views, it offers generous fairways and well-bunkered greens. The Canyon Course continues to garner praise as one of the finest mountain golf destinations in the world! Designed by Tom Weiskopf & Jay Morrish Canyon is once again, #1 in the state and top 50 in the West ranked by Golf Magazine.
Meadow Course: Slightly longer, offering a different challenge with its own set of picturesque views. Designed by Tom Weiskopf in the late 1990s. Picturesque, inviting, and surrounded by stately pines, the Meadow Course is a more traditional walking course, rated #8 in Arizona by Golf Digest. The Meadow is over 7,200 yards.

“This is a remarkable piece of property. It has magnificent views and a very unique terrain, which gave us a chance to design a traditional golf course that is easily walkable. There are 10 holes that surround and traverse a large meadow that includes wildflower areas and scenic wetlands. With no homes in this core, it creates a park-like setting reminiscent of great golf courses built around the turn of the century.” ~ Tom Weiskopf

Pine Canyon Club:
A top-rated private course designed by Jay Morrish, it spans 7,221 yards with a par of 71. It also includes a 9-hole executive course and extensive practice facilities. This course offers challenging play, picturesque mountain scenery, impeccable greens and broad fairways. Morrish took full advantage of Pine Canyon’s sweeping panoramic views of the San Francisco Peaks and its dynamic topography resulting in frequent elevation changes among towering Ponderosa pines. Water is abundant throughout the course, from ponds to trout-stocked lakes, all strategically placed across our rolling fairways.

Flagstaff Ranch Golf Club:
Designed by U.S. Open Champion, Jerry Pate, this 7,160-yard championship course is located at an elevation of 7,000 feet, offering breathtaking views and a challenging round of golf. This pristine course presents players with roomy fairways, sculpted bunkers and large, rolling greens. Carved from a thick forest of Ponderosa Pines, the course offers multiple tee boxes to provide challenge and enjoyment.

Aspen Valley Golf Club:
This historic private club, established in 1898, features an 18-hole course with a par of 72 and a driving range. The course offers a layout utilizing the best aspects of the site, where holes move left and right, up and down, with a variety of distances and orientations. The result is a course which is both visually stunning and imminently playable. The elevation in Flagstaff provides an ideal growing environment, so the course is lush and green from late spring through early fall. Bentgrass greens are a luxury rarely provided in the Valley, but they are fast and true all summer long at Aspen Valley. A majority of the golf course is lined by tall ponderosa pines, framing tee shots and approaches in a way only provided by mountain golf. When the holes do traverse the meadows, the tests created by trees are replaced by natural wetlands. Importantly though, the design does an effective job of challenging the accomplished player while still accommodating the novice.