Sanctuary Golf

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Course Record:
Scott Watkins, 70 set on 11/8/99

Randall J. Heckenkemper

T.J. Winzeler

Director of Golf
John Patzwald

Head Professional
Ryan Stemsrud

F & B Manager
Robin Shepston

Type of Course: Public

Number of holes: 18

Pro-Shop: On-Site -- Opens at 7:00am

Year Built: 1998

Type of Greens: Winter: Bent

Water Hazards: Yes

Accept Tee Times: Yes

Guest Policy: Open

Dress Code: No Denim, Collared Shirt and Bermuda Shorts Required

Walking Allowed: Yes

Cart Access: Course

Caddies Available: No

Golf Cart Rental: Yes

Pull-Cart Rental: No

Senior Discounts Available: No

Credit Cards Accepted: Visa: Yes, MC: Yes, AMEX: Yes, Discover: No

Chipping Area: Yes

Practice Bunker: Yes

Golf School: No

Food Facilities: Restaurant and Beverage Car

Bar: Full Bar

Accommodations: Minutes away

Sanctuary Golf Course


Sanctuary Golf Course 10690 E. Sheena Drive
Scottsdale, AZ 85259

Profile: At Sanctuary Golf Course at Westworld the Sonoran desert's native quails, roadrunners and jackrabbits watch quietly as you play on the rolling terrain. After the sun sets brilliantly to the west, deer and wild coyote come out to play on Sanctuary's 6,650-yard, par-71 layout that features 71 acres of turf and 65 sand bunkers. Typical of the Sanctuary experience, the par-3 No. 8 is both beautiful and enticing, incorporating one large water feature complete with two multi-tiered waterfalls. Bordered by naturally protected areas, holes 2, 3, 4 and 5 demand precision and smart golf management. With five sets of tees on each hole, the Sanctuary provides an enjoyable golf experience for players of every skill level.

Signature hole: The 18th at Sanctuary is a 516-yard par 5, a classic risk-reward golf hole. The chance to make an eagle or birdie is very tempting, but if not careful, a double bogey is very possible. A narrow landing area is guarded by a bunker on the right and on the left is a very treacherous wash; a well-placed drive will be rewarded with a chance to reach the green in two. The player who can manage this dogleg left, split fairway, up-hill par 5 is usually rewarded with a birdie opportunity. When you stand on the 18th tee box or on the green, the vistas are spectacular in all directions because you will be 600 feet above the valley floor. You will see Pinnacle Peak and the McDowell Mountain Preserve to the north and Camelback, Squaw Peak, and Mummy Mountains to the south, surrounded by the Valley of the Sun. If you get the opportunity to watch the sunset from the 18th hole or on the clubhouse patio, you will be in for a real treat.

Directions: Heading North on Loop 101, exit Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd right (East). Take a left (North) on Thomson Peak Parkway, right (East) on McDowell Mountain Ranch Rd., Right on 105th Street and right on Sheena Drive.

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