Two captivating 18-hole championship courses designed by Jay Morrish are sculpted into the desert so golfers can tee off from the top of a boulder, look out over fairways framed by ancient saguaros, and catch an occasional glimpse of desert wildlife darting into the rough. (That’s given way to one of the more colorful rules for playing The Boulders: if a coyote picks up your ball and carries it off, you can drop a ball and play it from there.)
Golfers also appreciate the extensive practice facility at The Boulders Club to sharpen their game before or after a round of golf. In addition, the resort offers special vacation packages and golf programs like the innovative Women To The Fore.
The South course provides its players with much of the same experience they would find on the North course at The Boulders. The scenic views and desert beauty continue - with even more locations for the perfect photographic moment. While the North course is the original offering from the resort, many people believe that the South course is the most scenic. In fact it has holes that go right up into the boulder formations. During your round you will encounter the signature "Boulder Pile" and also "Rosie's Rock", two of the resort's most recognizable rock formations.