Best Golf Courses in Queen Creek and San Tan Valley

Encanterra Country Club

Located in the South East Valley, just 45 minutes from downtown Phoenix and Scottsdale, Encanterra Country Club is one of the most successful new private clubs and communities to open in Arizona during the past decade.

The private club is anchored by an award-winning Tom Lehman-designed golf course – chosen among the Best New Private Courses in the nation by GOLF MagazineGolfweek and LINKS Magazine – and La Casa, a beautiful 60,000-square-foot clubhouse featuring multiple fine and casual options, state-of-the-art health and fitness facilities, an exceptional tennis complex, three pools, and the full-service Alvea Spa, which recently was named the state’s top Clubhouse Spa by Arizona Foothills.

1035 E Combs Rd, Queen Creek, AZ 85140 | (480) 677-8144 | Website

The Links at Queen Creek

The Links is a daily-fee, par 70 championship course with tee boxes for all playing abilities. The course measures nearly 5,800 yards and features five lakes and two running streams winding through its lush green terrain. The Links is also known for having some of the Valley`s best rolling greens.

445 E Ocotillo Rd, San Tan Valley, AZ 85140 | (480) 987-1910 | Website

The Golf Club at Johnson Ranch

Since opening in 1997, The Golf Club at Johnson Ranch has become one of Arizona’s best value oriented daily fee clubs, mostly because of two very distinct nines, its facility, its restaurant and its constant strive to provide excellent service.

The Mountain nine rises and falls in and around the San Tan Mountains and provides the golfer with exciting elevated tee and approach shots. The stunning views and environment found on the Mountain nine reflect Arizona desert golf at its best. The back nine, or Valley nine, cuts a route of generous fairways, rolling hills and longer holes on the floor of the San Tan foothills. The golf staff stands ready to provide each golfer with a well rounded and comfortable golf experience.

At The Golf Club at Johnson Ranch, it’s about an all around golf and dining experience and great value.

30761 W Golf Club Dr, San Tan Valley, AZ 85143 | (480) 987­9800 | Website 

Apache Sun Golf Club

Apache Sun Golf Club offers a traditional 9 hole course with tree lines fairways. The course is setup to have a mid-west feel. It has a par 5 with three par 3’s making us unique from other 9 hole courses. Championship tee for the men at 2,550 yards and ladies tee are 1,972 yards. Designed by Leo Johnson who has been involved in building and designing over 200 courses in the upper mid-west. With over 800 trees we are a lush green course with most affordable rate in town.We also offer a driving range, putting green and snacks for a complete golf experience. Par is 34.

919 E Pima Rd, Queen Creek, AZ 85140 | (480) 987-9065 | Website

Las Colinas Golf Club

Las Colinas Golf Club features a dynamic landscape. One that designer and architect Mike Asmundson found offered all the elements of a challenging yet playable course. With numerous mature trees, native grasses and plants, even the obstacles have never been so inviting. An imposing mountain range backs one hole – a par 5 dogleg. Two other holes are played lakeside. And there are greens separated by desert washes, where you may catch a glimpse of local wild life.

21515 East Village Loop Rd N, Queen Creek, AZ 85242 | (480) 987-3633 | Website

Trilogy Golf Club at Power Ranch

The par-71 Trilogy Golf Club at Power Ranch located in the southeast Phoenix Valley was designed by golf course architect Dick Bailey and stretches over 6,900 yards. Eighteen holes of spectacular Arizona championship golf meander their way through the cleansed desert of the Queen Creek wash, following with every turn the subtle elevation changes of the area. Natural undulations and strategically placed mounding combine with Trilogy’s natural setting to create a golf course that is able to both challenge the accomplished player and accommodate the novice.

4415 E Village Pkwy, Gilbert, AZ 85298 | (480) 988-0004 | Website

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