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Seven Canyons, Sedona

Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
3.6/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web
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  • I rated this so low not for the scenery and course beauty, which are magnificent. Rather, the course design and layout are bizarre and very complex. You need to be a member here and play ten times to ...  read more »
  • We are fortunate enough to travel quite a bit and play golf everywhere we go. This course is among the top two (the other being in Maui) that we have played. Just gorgeous. It is a private course but ...  read more »
  • I just finished the Oak Creek country club the day before and had to try this alternative course, we were staying at Enchantment Resort so golf was an option as they manage the Golf course. The course...  read more »
  • Seven Canyons is a must play in Sedona. Beautiful course with picturesque Red Rock views.
  • Unbelievable atmosphere and backdrop - its like Tiger Woods video game only your drive doesn't go 320 yards. You'll love playing here.
  • Just wanted to let everyone know, who is in the middle income range and had enjoyed having the opportunity to play a reasonably nice golf course with spectacular views, that it's no longer possible at Seven Canyons Golf Resort. In previous years (since their bankrupcy) it was possible to play 18 holes with a cart anytime after 2:00pm for $50.00. Since they're now under "new management" the afternoon rate is $95.00. For those of us who are not on the PGA tour and simply enjoy playing the game to best of our ability while thouroughly enjoying breath taking views, it truly is disappointing. There's a vast difference between my wife and I paying $100.00 versus $200.00, especially during these trying economic times when disposable income is continuing to dwindle. I'm hopeful they'll reconsider in the near future, but until that happens our best hope is enjoying the memories of playing in times past. As for the actual course and it's personnel, the friendliest person by far was the young man loading our clubs on the cart. The young lady at the pro shop was stand-offish and you couldn't find any other personnel with a search warrant. It was pretty easy to stand on more than one tee box and wonder which direction you were going as there were no course management books available. Since the javalenas have free range on the course they wreak havoc on the fairways and enjoy using the sandtraps for their personal litterbox, which again raises the question of workers (or lack thereof) attempting to stay on top of those problems. But in all fairness the views make most of these hurdles easier to live with. I would play there again if they made there rates more appealing for playing during their less than attractive times. I would think that having folks willing to pay $100.00 a couple vs. others not willing to pay the $200.00 couples rate would be a no-brainer. I know of three other couples who also refuse to play there since the rate hike.
  • If you love golf, being pampered,and want a secluded golf experience amongst the red rocks this is a must
  • Manager is awesome
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