The Boulders Resort Golf ClubReviews (28)Write a Review
Overseeding Alert: South 9/9 - 9/30, North 10/1 - 10/18
- Facility Type:Private
- Green Fees :
- Course Designer :Jay Morrish - 1985
- Facilities :Driving Range (30 Tees)
- Holes :Regulation - 18
Sunday, April 1st, 2012 09:04 am GMT -7
This course is great for all levels of golfers. Although it is challenging, the course is pretty forgiving. The course is kept in immaculate condition, while the fairways do not disappoint. Playing from the fairway is like hitting off tight carpet, never a bad lie. The course is well designed and has great view, both of the holes and Phoenix. The greens are relatively fast, however are not impossible to read. What a fantastic course!
Friday, March 9th, 2012 12:37 am GMT -7
One of the better courses you can play in the valley. Difficult track compared to many others and on a par with say Troon North. It is semi-private and some days you can only play one course or the other. Driving range is a little short and bigger hitters can't go out if there are people on the other side of it (my friend was admonished once-nothing more than a 5 wood he was told). Really pretty course, highly recommend. Can get pricey but I value it more than say a resort course at the same or slightly lower price.
Friday, February 3rd, 2012 11:24 am GMT -7
Unbelievably relaxing and scenic. One of the nicer courses I've ever played, I thought I might be intimidated but it was really friendly. Just a completely different golf experience, doesn't compare to most golf courses. In a league of it's own. We spent a couple nights there and it was amazing.
Monday, August 15th, 2011 09:15 am GMT -7
Matt B wrote:
I played the front nines on both courses (North & South) yesterday morning 8/14, and it was truly a a great experience. This was the first time I have played here, and the course was in phenomenal shape. Playing this course, you feel like you are playing in conditions that the pros would: top notch. And of course, the views from each tee box have made this my favorite course in the Valley. Each hole approached either a beautiful mountain view or an even more breathtaking view of the boulders. The course was challenging enough, but had wide forgiving fairways. Not a lot of water hazards on the course, but plenty of desert on either side. It is definitely a good challenge for intermediate golfers. Pace of play was great, but we also had the first tee time of the day. Lastly, the amenities were great. Probably the best bathrooms I have ever seen on a golf course, and the golf carts included fans and misters for an additional charge. Loved this course, and I will make it a point to play it again soon!
Thursday, February 24th, 2011 06:28 pm GMT -7
Played the North course. Impeccable, greens were rolling at 11.5 and it's perfect for the average golfer and the superior golfer. The bunkering is as good as it gets both in quality and location. Every hole's view from the tee box is Magnificent! It's a spiritual place and puts your psychee in the mood for a good experience regardless of score.
Saturday, February 19th, 2011 12:38 am GMT -7
The course was in phenomenal shape. The fairways were lush and slightly damp therefore not having a lot of rollout. The greens were the smoothest and fastest greens I've played on in the Phoenix area. Some of the tee boxes were not in the best shape but the views were outstanding, especially with the big boulder rocks surrounding the golf course. This is not a course to walk but is very friendly with signage for first time guests. Jay Morrish is known for his short drivable par 4 and he did not disappoint with this course. It was one of my favorite designs and was a lot of fun to play.
Sunday, February 6th, 2011 06:31 pm GMT -7
Doug S. wrote:
It was an exceptional experience at the boulders. North course is tougher than the south course. Very well maintained.
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