Golf Club at Eagle Mountain, Fountain Hills

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  • Our group of 12 had a great time at Eagle Mountain. We have played many courses around Scottsdale and this was our first visit here. Great views and service. We plan to be back next year.  more »
  • Golfed 18 holes with the wife and had a fun time. The staff provides 110% of service upon arrive and during the entire time. The course is challenging but with 2 lost balls, was able to get a 91. I wo...  more »
  • Beautiful course.....great condition....great views! I'm a little partial because I live there!! The back nine is a bit more challenging....but fun! Try the Grill for breakfast or lunch.....excellent ...  more »
  • Great course . Very nice staff . Awsome scenic views . Course is very hilly and for the most part in great shape. The only thing they need is a shuttle from cart path to the greens ! 😊
  • The greens and grass are in HORRIBLE conditions this time of year given the price point. I'd recommend Grayhawk, Phoenician or Sun Ridge Canyon... this course has great views but I was quite disappointed with $180 to play in mostly dead grass, spotty fairways etc.
  • Me and three buddies played Sunday July 24th. We teed off at 8:15am. Obviously it is summer and the golf courses take a beating. The greens on the front nine were rolling well in the morning and were in pretty good shape. The back nine greens were much "fuzzier" due to the sun and breeze drying them out so putting was much more of a challenge. Even though a handful of their fairways were under repair in spots, it was worth the $45 to play. As always, I much prefer the front nine ;) the back nine can eat you up if your not hitting fairways as they are much more narrow -- views on the back are really awesome though! Go play Eagle Mountain!
  • Great views great course and good services
  • One of the best times i had golfing was here