Scottsdale National Golf Club
Scottsdale National is a spectacular 18 hole, Par 72 golf course designed by Jay Morrish and Dick Bailey. It is located just a few minutes east of Troon North. It features 290 acres of beautiful scenery with a challenging course layout. The course is surrounded by thousands of acres of untouched land, allowing members to enjoy sweeping mountain views in all directions. The Scottsdale National Golf Club is one of the only Scottsdale golf courses without any houses next to the course. It was designed with no homes along the fairways to maintain the true beauty of the golf course.
Each of the 18 holes were carefully designed to ensure a challenging yet enjoyable golfing experience. The course starts off fairly smooth and advances as the game continues. The final four holes are the most secluded and challenging as they were built into the surrounding mountains. Keep clear of the “Mineshaft” sand trap which is notoriously one of the deepest traps in Scottsdale. The practice facility is one of the largest in Scottsdale. It offers 14 acres of practice area. This facility is set up with multiple target sites, practice tees, a driving range, a putting range, and a short game arena.
The 25,000 square-foot hacienda-style clubhouse gives off the illusion that it has been part of the land for hundreds of years. It illustrates rustic charm while offering a number of modern day amenities. There are three restaurants located in the clubhouse. They are the Men’s Grill, Main Dining, and the Outdoor Cantina.
The men’s locker room offers a steam room, hot pool, and a massage area. Just adjacent to this locker room is the men’s grill and private veranda. The women’s locker room also offers a steam room, hot pool, massage area but in addition to this there is a private courtyard with gorgeous mountain views. The clubhouse pro-shop offers top of the line apparel and equipment for both men and women.
Scottsdale National is an entirely private club. Memberships are by invitation only.