Arizona Biltmore Golf Club: Courses

An Unique Golfing Experience

At the Biltmore, these two championship Phoenix golf courses are second to none when it comes to real prestige, privileges and proximity. Built in the late twenties, the character and layout of these two different style of courses has been refined over many decades, providing our guest a stately and distinctive experience. Just minutes from the Camelback Corridor and some of the finest corporate, retail and dining addresses in the Valley, the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club lays claim to being the most centrally-located golf club in the Valley.

Two Legendary Golf Courses in Phoenix, Arizona

The Links Course

Par 71 | 6,300 Yards

The youngster of the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club courses, The Links Course has grown up nicely over the years and matured into another “can’t-miss-out” golf experience. The par 71, 6,300 yard course provides rolling fairways, desert ravines and five shimmering lakes.

A combination of challenging desert golf mixed with cool pines and tranquil lakes, The Links Course is a bit rambunctious, providing both delights and demands for even the most seasoned player.

The Adobe Course

Par 71 | 6,430 Yards

Stately and grand, the Adobe Course was built in 1928 out of the vision and desire of chewing gum magnate William Wrigley, Jr. He persuaded Riviera and Bel-Air Country Club architect, William Bell, to design what was one of the first courses in Phoenix. Little wonder that it became an Arizona Classic.

A Traditional Style Golf Course

The par 71, 6,430 yard Adobe is a true parkland course that treats its patrons to generous, sprawling fairways, while challenging them with numerous, hungry bunkers. Set against the backdrop of the picturesque Phoenix Mountain Preserve and the far-reaching southern skyline of downtown Phoenix, the Adobe provides views as breathtaking as the course itself. This is why the Adobe Course is one of the best Phoenix golf courses in the valley.