Talking Stick Golf Club
9998 E Indian Bend Rd
Scottsdale, AZ 85256-1201, United States

Both courses here (North and South) are very highly-regarded Bill Coore / Ben Crenshaw designs owned by the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community. Coore and Crenshaw's "traditionalist" approach is manifest in this mix of desert golf with strong echoes of links-style terrain and bunkering.
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Greens Fees (including cart):
   Weekday:$100 - $124
   Weekend:$125 - $149
   No discounts for 9-holes.
General Manager:Scott Heideman, PGA
Superintendent:James Kennedy
Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:Collared Shirt (No Denim)
Season Start:Year round
Reserved Tee Times:Phone
Pro Shop :yes
Fairways Grass:Tifway 419 Bermuda
Driving Range:Grass hitting surface
Water Hazards:Moderate
Sand Bunkers:Heavy

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Recent Reviews

  kensa - 3/16/20
Played the south course. Unfortunately it was raining and thus cart path only. Fairways are wide, but bunkers keep you aware of proper landing zones. Greens were in good shape. A bit pricey but overall a good experience.
  ally1957 - 11/21/16
Nice course but those of you used to pristine manicured courses in Vegas well its not its nice but grass is sparse in places great course though plenty to thing about bunkers were a little baked but still better then I'm used to
Cart path only wasn't much of a problem as most of the fairways tend to be quite narrow
great course love to play again
  Anthro - 10/15/15
Wide open, yes. Flat, yes—at least the setting. And often windless and hot. But it's not promiscuously easy—scoring is often a challenge given the looks and thought-provoking green placements. There are lots of great shot values out there, primarily in the crafty par 4s. Lies are reliable if you can stay straight off the tee. Fairway bunkers are no pushover. Lots of decision making to do and the sly hole naming provides plenty of clues along the way. A thoughtful, links-like pleasure. Just stay cool.
  ambermona - 9/24/14
Fun, well maintained course. I found it to be very fair, can be challenging when the wind kicks up. Surprised by previous comment, thought is was a great value. Might be the different seasonal rates.
  bdmcnicoll - 5/5/14
Search around for tee time $ deals. Great track, however rack rate is too high. Some good deals to be found. Practice range is very good, putting green large. Fairways wide and forgiving, greens generally quite large and will hold a shot. South course more of a "resort" type course, North more inland links style.
  bburbank - 10/22/13
overseeded fairways with cart path only made it tougher. still a great track.
  dkbrown - 7/20/13
not very good compared to others in the area.
  TopKick88 - 7/17/13
Good track, well maintained, flat tee boxes, good fairways, steady (but fast) greens.
  skinny pants - 5/15/13
very overrated for the price, considering you can play WAY better courses in the immediate area for the same price. Restaurant was the only good thing. Fabulous food!
  NickPane - 3/9/13
Played the North and had a lot of fun. Course does not have the elevated tee and picturesque holes of other similarly priced courses. That being said still a good golf course that doesn't penalize wayward tee shots like some desert courses.
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