At SunRidge Canyon Golf Club, golf isn't merely a sport. It's an adventure. This 6,823-yard, par-71 layout designed by Keith Foster is hidden among the ridges and canyons in the foothills of the McDowell Mountains, widely considered one of the most picturesque and dramatic stretches of natural land in the Southwest. The beauty and challenge of this golf experience has made SunRidge Canyon one of the most highly rated clubs in Arizona. It was selected No. 42 on Golf Magazine's list of "The Top 100 Courses You Can Play in the United States," and was the host of the 1997 USGA State Team Championship.
SunRidge Canyon was created by wind, water, rock and time, following nature's own course. Like nature, much about SunRidge is straight forward. The fairway and green-side bunkers are in strategic positions where they force you to consider both the risks and the rewards of executing your next shot.
Home of the “Wicked 6”, the finishing sequence that features a half dozen of Arizona’s most scenic, memorable and challenging holes, the course rewards thoughtful play and provides guests with an authentic Arizona desert golf experience.
Named as one of “Golfweek's Best” in Arizona 2012
“Top 100 Courses You Can Play in the U.S.” - Golf Magazine
1997 USGA State Team Championship
1996 LPGA Mitsubishi Motors Invitational Pro-Am
America's 100 Best Golf Shops - Golf Shop Magazine