A Robert “Red” Lawrence Design
A natural complement to The Gold and Patriot courses, The Heritage designed by Arizona Hall-of-Fame golf course architect Robert “Red” Lawrence is nearly 6,900 yards and plays alongside an abundance of natural water features and lush trees.
Heritage Course Highlights
This Phoenix area golf course is set among a forest of trees from pine to eucalyptus to challenge all golfers. Most of the holes are designed alongside or over canals, ponds and streams forcing you in hitting that perfect shot. The course features large greens, making it important for you to keep it below the hole.
Be sure to take an advantage of score opportunities early, as the final four holes will provide you a challenge. The long par 5 18th hole over 591 yards is alongside a canal, then between two ponds and over another canal, all before leaving you with a substantial approach to large and undulated green.
|Men’s Yardage / Ratings|
|Championship||6,852 Yards||72.4 Rating / 126 Slope|
|Club||6,291 Yards||69.4 Rating / 118 Slope|
|Ladies’ Yardage / Ratings|
|Club||6,291 Yards||74.9 Rating / 128 Slope|
|Forward||5,806 Yards||71.7 Rating / 122 Slope|
View Arizona Golf at its Best
The Heritage Course
The par 72 layout has generous fairways and greens, yet its finishing stretch is as tough as any; a certain test for anyone. See why the Heritage Course is one of the best Phoenix golf courses.