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Orange Tree Golf Course, Scottsdale

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The 18-hole golf course at Orange Tree was designed in 1957 by Johnny Bulla. This tree-lined course offers 6,775 lush yards of tranquil beauty and strategic challenges.

Mature vegetation, expansive fairways, and mountain vistas are graced by water on six of the holes, offering an excellent test of golf for players of all skill levels. The course par is 72, with a slope rating of 121 and a course rating of 70.7.
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  • My friend and I wanted to play golf and not expensive Orange tree golf has a great deal. 18 holes of golf and a great steak not a crappy cut either. All for $27. Well worth the afternoon heat!!  more »
  • Nice layout but nothing is done to keep the pace of play moving. Had to wait on every shot. It seems that the players are there for a social event not to play golf. Took 5 1/2 hours.  more »
  • We had an enjoyable week at Orange Tree. They had carts to get you to your rooms as the place is spread out, though we only used it to carry our luggage when we arrived. Take advantage of the pool as ...  more »
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  • My husband and I play Orange Tree regularly and usually have a great experience with the staff, however today the attendant who greeted us at the end of our round was very rude. I give a $10 tip to those who clean our clubs and greet us with a smile and would have a done the same today but the attended just glared at us as if we insulted him. Very disappointing.
  • Staff were very nice and helpful. But the course was in terrible shape. We had to play lift clean and place on all the holes and the fairways we're so bare we had to move the ball 10-15 yards to find grass. The sand was more dirt and rocks than sand and very hard. They have 3-4 tee box's under construction so you have to play the ladies Tees.
  • Played a Sunday afternoon special..golf and dine..what a bargain. Played a really nice 18 on a somewhat average course..tee boxes were a bit beat up. Greens were moderate, and we enjoyed playing however a little slow..then we had dinner and the food was great. Staff was incredibly friendly, and was most helpful. Try the ribeye or the salmon both make a pretty darn great way to cap off a round... a definite do it again..
  • Played this course two days in a row with three of my brother in laws. We are from Seattle area and it was great to play a dry course in early April. The course is equivalent to a nice municipal course in the Western WA area. The fairways were in great shape and the greens were medium fast and true. The only thing the course really needs to improve its traps. There was virtually no sand in the traps. There was sort of a mixture of ground clay and sand in the traps, but it was very thin and hard. One other thing put a bit of a downer on the experience and it was an interaction with one of the marshals. On our second day we teed off at about 12:30 p.m., the first group right after at a morning tourney had finished up. As we were leaving the 17th Tee, a marshal came up and got on us because the 18th Tee was open. We tried to explain we were the first group out after the tourney and so there couldn't be anyone ahead of us. When we pointed this out, he said we were still behind pace and we need to pick up our speed of play. It seemed like if we were playing slow (we finished in about 4 hours 20 mins), someone would have pointed it out to us before we got to the 17th hole. There is not much we can do about it with only about one hole to play. We will still probably return to this course next spring.
  • The course is well maintained, and fairly challenging. I'm not a scratch golfer, but I do alright every now and then. There's a good mix of par 3 ,4 and 5's here. Good challenge and a lot of fun.