Golf at the Boulders Club

The Boulders Club, a semi - private country club for club members and resort guests, features a 6,811-yard, par 72 championship North Course and a 6,726-yard, par 71 championship South Course, both designed by Jay Morrish. The Boulders is world renowned as one of the finest golf resorts in the western United States. The courses are considered the most demanding in the Southwest, and are known for their rugged beauty. The course offers 36 challenging holes, golf pro shop, fitness center, restaurant, and a residential home development.

 

Boulders North Course

The North course, the older of the two courses, features spectacular views of Black Mountain as the course meanders through the Boulders community. Both courses are built right into the desert foothills and offer breathtaking panoramas - including stunning boulder formations, striking Sonoran Desert sunsets and natural desert terrain. Keep your eyes open because desert wildlife is often visible during play. Every day, golfers are surprised to see a bobcat, rabbits, coyotes or a javelina while hunting for a wayward shot. In short your experience should be a scenic and natural wonder.

   

Boulders South Course

The South course provides its players with much of the same experience they would find on the North course. The scenic views and desert beauty continue - with even more locations for the perfect KODAK moment. While the North course is the original offering from the resort, many people believe that the South course is the most scenic. In fact it has holes that go right up into the boulder formations. During your round you will encounter the signature "Boulder Pile" and also "Rosie's Rock", two of the resort's most recognizable rock formations.

 

Dress Code

  • Men: Collared shirt with sleeves. Shorts, mid thigh in length. No denim. Soft spikes required.
  • Women: Collared shirt with or without sleeves as long as shoulder is covered. Shirts without collar must have sleeves. Shorts and skirts mid thigh in length. No denim. Soft spikes required.