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The Boulders Resort Golf Club - North Course

34831 N Tom Darlington Drive Carefree, AZ 85377 URL:   Course Website

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The North course is the older of the two courses at The Boulders and features bent grass with spectacular views of Black Mountain as the course meanders through the Boulders community. Both courses are built right into the desert foothills and offer breathtaking panoramas - including stunning boulder formations, striking Sonoran Desert sunsets and natural desert terrain. Keep your eyes open because desert wildlife is often visible during play. Every day, golfers are surprised to see a bobcat, rabbits, coyotes or a javelina while hunting for a wayward shot. In short your experience should be a scenic and natural wonder.

Course Information for The Boulders Resort Golf Club - North Course

Facility Information:
General: 36 hole regulation length course
2 golf course(s)

The Boulders Resort Golf Club - North Course Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
Private Equity Facility golf course
Designed by Jay Morrish, ASGCA
72 par, 6,291 yards
73.1 rating, 142 slope
Resort facility

Green Fees: Weekend: $285.00 *
* includes golf cart where available

Course: Greens: Bent
Fairways: Bermuda
Trees: Few
Doglegs: Many
Bunkers: Many
Waterholes: Few
Signature Hole: 9
Proper Attire: At all times
Guest Policy: Call For Playing Privileges

Staff: Contact: Tom McCahan, General Manager
Golf Professional: Dean Ballard

Course Notes:

Each hole is a scenic wonder and desert wildlife is often seen darting into the rough.

Putting Green
Chipping Area
Practice Bunker
Food & Beverage Available
Rental Clubs
Swimming Pools
Workout Facility
Driving Range

Walking Allowed
Softspike Facility
PGA Facility
Member Owned Carts Allowed

Front Nine
Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Out
Mens 485 195 548 404 410 142 345 350 347 3226
Ladies 331 120 415 325 317 93 290 252 258 2401
Handicap 3 15 1 7 5 17 11 9 13  
Par 5 3 5 4 4 3 4 4 4 36
Back Nine
Hole 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 In
Mens 435 442 531 405 175 483 419 195 420 3505
Ladies 400 310 378 272 80 340 250 110 352 2492
Handicap 6 12 2 4 18 8 10 16 14  
Par 4 4 5 4 3 5 4 3 4 36

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The Boulders Resort Golf Club 4.6 5 192 192
Great except for the commercials! Quality course and overall experience except for the high end gps system and it's advertising. Between every hole the same commercial would play with sound on the cart mounted GPS. You can switch off the sound but have to do it every time! A round of golf is somewhere you can get away from that stuff and so I found it very annoying, if I played there frequently it would drive me nuts March 25, 2015
Like No Other A very unique experience; every hole is a photo op. The routing, rock formations and plantings make the holes look different from any other desert course I've played. The greens were a little beat up late in the day and some traps were wet but general conditions were great. Worth the experience. March 18, 2015
Awesome experience until the 15th hole As a single paired up with a twosome for a deeply discounted 7:00am tee time on a Wednesday morning in March, how could it have been any better? Beautiful course, immaculate conditions, first group out... The three of us flew around with no one in front of us on what was surely to be a 3.5 round and totally in line with the advertised "Fast" pace for that particular time until coming to a screeching halt on the 15th hole. It would have been nice if we had been warned about the outing that was scheduled to go off the back that we would would inevitably run into with a swift pace of play. We certainly could have throttled back our pace had we known. The final four holes behind backed-up four-balls was played at a snail's pace, which seemed painful slow after the first delightful 14 holes. This did detract from what would have otherwise been a great experience. In the end, we did finish in just over four hours, but the agony of waiting over ever shot on the last four holes is the memory that will linger from that round after waking up at 0-dark thirty with the expecatation of being the first group back in the clubhouse. Buyer beware of those early AM tee times at The Boulders! March 13, 2015
This course is very senic. This was a very satisfying experience., from the nice staff to the good playing conditions. DK March 8, 2015
South course went off at 2:00 pm. Single player , matched up with 2 ladies in there late 70's members I believe. Had a great time with them, pleasant surprise . Very slow on back 9 . No Marshall ??? My favorite spot in the valley of the sun. Views are magnificent . February 19, 2015
play early we had 1st tee time was great if you play later it gets crowded February 17, 2015
Fun Day at Boulders South We enjoyed the views, the course was challenging but fair. Saw many animals including a bobcat. We were able to finish our round even though we teed off at 2 pm. Bring your camera! February 16, 2015
Another Arizona Gem My wife and I played The Boulders on a Friday morning. we played the South course as there was a tournament on then North course that day. The practice facilities were top notch as was the staff. The entire facility of people and venue could not have been better right up to the time we finished and had our clubs loaded by the. Staff into the car. A fabulous experience, a great course and fun partners whom we were paired with. The round took us about 4 hours with limited wait times on a few par threes but with the spectacular surroundings it was welcomed. The price to play is still higher than I care for but in this case, we found a great rate at around $80 it was well worth it. February 8, 2015
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With five dramatically different restaurants, The Boulders offers choices to suit every taste.

The Latilla: Discover the romantic elegance of this glass-walled showplace at the resort’s main lodge. Panoramic views of the waterfall trickling through the boulders draw the desert night indoors. Recently honored by Gourmet magazine as one of the nation’s outstanding restaurants, The Latilla features classic American cuisine. Menu choices also include Golden Door Spa cuisine, created by the resort’s chefs and Spa professionals for specialties as healthy as they are appealing.

Palo Verde: Overlooking the golf course at The Boulders’ main lodge is a showcase for creative Southwestern cuisine. Ranked as the "best Southwestern restaurant" by the Arizona Republic, Palo Verde features specialties using ingredients indigenous to the area.

The Boulders Club: Just a short stroll from the main lodge, guests can enjoy an American grill menu overlooking the golf course.

Bakery Café: At The Boulders’ festival marketplace, the Bakery Cafe offers fresh-baked pastries, breakfasts, pizzas, lunch specialties and cappuccino.

Cantina del Pedregal: Also at the adjacent marketplace, Cantina del Pedregal features casual Mexican dining and the best margaritas north of the border.

Hotel Information:

Individual Casitas: Each of the individual casitas is shaped into the dramatic Sonoran Desert foothills. Natural wood and Mexican tile reflect the Southwestern spirit that surrounds The Boulders. Among the pleasures of these casitas are a lavishly stocked refreshment center, a wood-burning fireplace for cozy evenings, and a private patio or balcony overlooking the spectacular desert terrain. The spacious bathrooms are graced with a lush terrycloth Boulders bathrobe for every guest, along with a collection of eucalyptus bath, beauty and sun products that were honored as “Best Guest Room Amenities” by Andrew Harper’s Hideaway Report in its awards for peaceful vacation retreats.
Pueblo Villas: For families and groups of friends, the resort offers a choice of one, two and three-bedroom patio homes known as Pueblo Villas. Each beautifully decorated home features plenty of room to spread out and relax, including a spacious dining area and living room, fireplace, private patio, fully-equipped kitchen, laundry facilities and garage

Local Attractions:

El Pedregal: One of the most appealing attractions at The Boulders is the resort’s festival-style marketplace, el Pedregal. Just a short stroll from the main lodge, it offers a variety of intriguing shops, restaurants and galleries with art and other treasures that reflect the spirit of the Southwest. el Pedregal also features the first satellite location of the famed Heard Museum of Southwestern and Native American culture. The Heard Museum North offers frequent lectures and demonstrations by regional artists, enhancing its constantly changing exhibits of art, pottery, weavings and more. Visit the El Pedregal website.

Sonoran Spa: Reflecting the timeless beauty of the desert in its natural approach to fitness, the spa features an array of tempting choices to soothe the spirit, challenge and pamper the body, and enrich the mind. What a perfect setting for the forthcoming Golden Door Spa, inspired by North America’s premier destination spa. The Sonoran Spa’s fully equipped Workout Center offers fitness machines and free weights as well as cardiovascular equipment including treadmills, rowing and step machines, and recumbent and upright bikes. The spacious Movement Studio features a variety of fitness classes and health seminars. Complete locker facilities include steam rooms for men and women. The Earth, Sun and Water rooms are available for individual Spa treatments like The Boulders’ hot rock massage, the Aromatherapy Facial or the Sonoran Soother. Just outside are the whirlpool spa and lap swimming pool overlooking the spectacular desert vistas of The Boulders.

. A lazy afternoon horseback ride through the rugged desert once roamed by prospectors and pioneers. Rising with the dawn for a hot air balloon ride above the boulders. Exploring the wonders surrounding The Boulders on a mountain bike adventure or jeep tours led by colorful Native American guides. And the Sonoran Spa offers rock climbing instruction, hikes and nature walks, as well as treks to Arizona wonders like an old-time gold mine and petroglyphs carved in stone by long-ago desert dwellers.

NOTE: While every effort has been made to assure accuracy, we advise you to check all information with the golf course before booking your tee-time or driving to the course.