Designed by legendary golf course architect, Robert Trent Jones, Sr., the Gold Course was created to rival his other masterpiece, the South Course at Firestone Country Club in Akron, Ohio. Tabbed the "Arizona Monster," the Gold is just that - a pure treasure that measures 7,400 yards and challenges the finest of golfers with a long and winding par 72 layout. The Gold is a classic example of style and heroic shot-making and, as Jones himself put it so well, a course that produces "easy bogies and hard pars."
Previously known as the Blue Course, The Patriot has been described as the "great contradiction" in that it behaves so differently from front to backside. Also a Jones, Sr. creation, don’t be fooled by the 6,000-yard, par 70 layout as golfers must negotiate a number of perilous bunkers, thirsty ponds, and challenging dog-leg fairways.
Once known as the Red Course and so named for its designer, Robert "Red" Lawrence, the par 72, 6,900-yard course is a natural complement to the Gold and Patriot. Set among a forest of pines and eucalyptus, this 224-acre parkland course plays alongside and over ponds, streams, and canals and will test even the most experienced player with its final four holes. The Heritage stands in tribute to the men and women who have shaped the history of Arizona over the past 100 years.