Quality Inn & Suites of the Sun Cities
16741 N. Greasewood Street
Surprise, AZ 85374
Phone: (623) 583-3500
Fax: (623) 583-4356
Corte Bella Golf Club's classic layout provides an escape from the ubiquitous forced carries and target greens found in traditional desert golf. It's also a course that's easy on the eyes: Lush ficus, Italian cypress, oleander and other exotic flora line the Bermuda grass fairways, with water coming into play on three holes. Inspired by classic golf architecture, this Greg Nash designed course rewards the thinking player, whether playing from the 7,011 yard championship tees or from as close in as the 5,095 yard front tees. Drive placement is critical in the wide but well-bunkered fairways, while well-defended, tightly mowed Tifeagle greens put a premium on accurate approach shots and a steady putting stroke.
Boasting a regulation NHL sized skating rink, Polar Ice is actually an arena comprised of two skating rinks. For those who harbor dreams of making it to the NHL one day, ice skating and hockey lessons are available. There is also an arcade for your little ones. Families frequent Polar Ice for public skating, which is offered daily and includes skate rentals in the cost of admission.
With mature trees, rolling terrain and spectacular mountain views, Arizona Traditions Golf Club typifies a classic park-like setting. This spectacular par-70 by Dick Bailey does a wonderful job of blending traditional style golf where fairways are adjacent to each other, while still interacting with the desert surroundings. The golf course feels expansive and comfortable for beginners, yet its strategic bunkering and undulating greens provide a challenge to test accomplished players. As an In Celebration of Golf Management facility, this is one of the most unique golf courses in the valley and is sure to fulfill every golfer's passion for the game. The 4,000-square foot golf shop highlights an excellent inventory of golf apparel as well as golf-themed art and furnishings.
Out in the desert plains with not too many houses around (yet), this Gary Panks designed course provides a challenge with some pretty tight fairways and some formidable desert clears. Trilogy Vistancia provides an open look with the mountains in the far background while its long, tall, distinctive native grasses, make it anything but a spray-it-anywhere play. Just a few months ago, Trilogy Vistancia was one of the great hidden finds in Phoenix-Scottsdale area golf. The secret's out though, with it being rated a 25 out of 30 in the new Zagat public survey of America's Top Courses. That's the same rating the vaunted, PGA Tour-site TPC Scottsdale received. It's no stretch to argue that Trilogy Vistancia actually offers the better of the two playing experience values, reputations aside. Opens daily at 6am. Check website for more.
Located in Glendale, Arizona, The Legend at Arrowhead golf course is an Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay-designed golf course that is traditional in style. At over 7,000 yards, this can be a rather challenging golf course, especially when windy. The course is beautiful, and all of the holes, with the exception of one, have sand bunkers on the fairways or around the greens. Although water is a hazard on nine holes, most fairways offer generous landing areas. Opens at 6a.
Get in the swing with court play at this outstanding public facility. Offering 19 pristine courts and lights for night play, ball machine rentals and on-site professional lessons, you'll soon be a winner. Rent a ball machine from Paseo Racquet Club and enjoy the evening
Return to an earlier time when you visit Sahuaro Ranch Park, a lovely historic park built in the 1890s. Seven original buildings set on 16-acres are home to rabbits, chickens and peacocks. Originally a citrus farm founded by William Henry Bartlett, the ranch is now a Glendale City Park. Tour the main house and view exhibits of years past. The park is open to visitors daily.
With bumper cars, a merry-go-round and even a mini roller coaster, your little ones will be dancing with joy. There is a good-sized area filled with things to climb up, on or over, and a ball pit for leaping into. Video games present tickets, which can be exchanged for prizes. Pizza Hut supplies the snacks and drinks. Holiday and party packages are available for the kids. Note that socks are required for soft-play.
Villa de Paz Golf Course was designed by Greg Nash and Jeff Hardin and built in 1976. Tight, challenging fairways open to spacious greens on this Par-72 course—offering one of the most difficult Par-4s in Arizona (the 18th hole narrow fairway is guarded by sand and followed by a water-protected three-tiered green). Enjoy this course all year round, with tee times accepted 7-days in advance. Open guest policy is in force at this location. Greens fees are subject to change, please call for current information.
This is a great value for those wishing to take in a fast round of golf. Total yardage of this par 59, 18-hole course is 3,800, with thirteen par 3s and five par 4s. Enjoy pristine fairways and greens of Bellair Golf Club at great prices. Enjoy lunch and drinks at the clubhouse before or after your game, then play off those extra lunch calories! Please call for further information.
Visit a sweet nine-hole public course that has satisfied little golf cravings for more than 30 years. A Milton Coggins design, this course offers 4,806 yards from long tees. Find a particularly interesting double-water challenge on the ninth hole. Tee times are accepted seven days in advance, and this facility offers an open guest policy. Glen Lakes Municipal Golf Course is a perfect little afternoon business-style course, which offers a clubhouse and driving range. Greens fees are seasonal. Rent a cart for an additional amount and call the pro-shop for reservations.
As one of the best golf venues in the Valley, 500 Club Golf Course should be high on your list to check out. Located just three miles west of Interstate-17 on Pinnacle Peak Road, this desert course in North Phoenix features views of the Thunderbird mountains, and desert terrain for play. Built in 1990, and designed by Brian Whitcomb, this par 72, 6,543-yard facility offers a driving range, putting green and a chipping area. The greens are Bermuda grass, and the course offers some water play. Food services are available in the restaurant, or by cart; however, no alcohol is served in the bar. There is a dress code in place at this course, so please dress appropriately and call for additional information.