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Arizona Biltmore Golf & Country Club - Adobe Course

2400 E Missouri Ave Phoenix, AZ 85016-3106 URL:   Course Website

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The Adobe course is stately and grand, a forefather of modern design. The Adobe offers a simplistic beauty hard to find in an era when trickery is a goal in golf course architecture. When you long for a relaxing yet challenging round, there are few equal. The lush, 50 year-old fairways and spacious layout are a reminder of the game the way it was meant to be – a time when graphite was for pencil lead and golf balls only came in one color. Like the great players of it's day, the Adobe can tell you some stories.

Course Information for Arizona Biltmore Golf & Country Club - Adobe Course

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

Arizona Biltmore Golf & Country Club - Adobe Course Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
Daily Fee golf course
Designed by William P. Bell, ASGCA/(R)Forrest Richardson, ASGCA
72 par, 6,455 yards
70.0 rating, 116 slope
Resort facility

Green Fees: Weekend: $175.00 *
* includes golf cart where available

Staff: Contact: Brad Harrington, PGA, Head Golf Professional

Course Notes:

Located in the heart of Phoenix, the Arizona Biltmore Country Club features traditional golf with a flair for resort golf. The adobe is best known for its long, open fairways, well bunkered greens, and immaculate condition.

Putting Green
Food & Beverage Available
Pull Carts
Rental Clubs
GPS Available
Driving Range

PGA Facility

Front Nine
Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Out
Mens 491 240 422 363 395 479 375 440 146 3351
Ladies 446 177 365 348 366 442 354 406 124 3028
Handicap 5 15 1 13 7 11 9 3 17  
Par 5 3 4 4 4 5 4 4 3 36
Back Nine
Hole 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 In
Mens 378 443 175 396 448 335 525 208 508 3416
Ladies 363 389 154 362 354 314 507 149 481 3073
Handicap 10 4 18 12 2 14 6 16 8  
Par 4 4 3 4 4 4 5 3 5 36

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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 525 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Reseeding Roberry The greens were long and shaggy. Unputtable. The ball rolled like it was on valcro. I have been golfing for 55 years and these were the worst greens ever played. The rough waa so long it was hard to find your ball and harder to hit. We had a golfnow hot geal of $69 each. This course wouldn't be worth &69 in top condition. Honest information on reseeding status as well as deeper and more realistic discount would help. November 4, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by course overpriced & underwhelming for regular green fees, range balls not provided, no GPS, pro shop needs makeover, need towels on carts, & $5.00 for a domestic beer is outrageous. October 8, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Nice course,but overpriced because of location The course is nice,but compact. There's beautiful houses surrounding the golf course and greens where decent. Just about every hole you play,there's another hole parallel to the hole you're playing and most likely somebody will be talking on your backswing. Bummer,I'd played better courses for half the money! October 1, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by One of the Faves This course is always so well kept and the staff are some of the friendliest I've ever encountered. The Links course provides a good challenge from the tips. Greens in the summer are always kept a little fuzzy and some of their prices for soda and water are a little high. ($4 for a bottle of dr. pepper? you must be cray!) Love this course and the view from 15 beats almost any other hole in the valley. September 29, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Variety of Holes I have long loved the Adobe course at Biltmore but the Links course is a great contrast. The variety of holes keeps this course interesting from beginning to end and there are some very interesting challenges. It's a short enough course to encourage aggressive play but there is plenty of trouble in spots to encourage a player to pick his spots. I really enjoyed having to think my way around this track. The only downside were spots on some of the tee boxes that need some attention. September 27, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Top 5 best golf days ever!!! It couldn't have been better. Played with an old college buddy from out of town. Course conditions, service, weather were all perfect! The hot dogs are the best I've ever had! September 20, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Construction everywhere For such a prestigious course, construction crews everywhere. Noisy and messy. Greens were furry and slow. Pace and staff were great. Disappointed in course conditions. September 19, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by greens greens slow and bumpy. I would like to see the greens cut short and smothed out so the putting can be more precise. September 15, 2015
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skilled culinary team of chefs, inventive cuisine and a variety of dining venues have earned The Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa a reputation for excellence in dining. Heading the team is award-winning Executive Chef John Zaner.

Zaner has melded Southwestern, French and Asian flavors to form a New American menu. Heavy creams have been eliminated in favor of richly flavored oils and infusions.

Guests of the Arizona Biltmore can choose from a wide variety of dining venues, from a romantic supper at Wright's to a casual snack break at The Café. Each equally distinctive, the restaurant interiors were inspired by the resort's Frank Lloyd Wright design and incorporate regional furnishings and textiles.

Hotel Information:

The distinctive influence of Frank Lloyd Wright is evidenced in the interior design of the resort's 730 guest accommodations. Mission-style furnishings and textiles in desert palettes of beige, sand and ivory dress the rooms. 1930's style lamps bring a western flair to the decor while reinforcing the period in which the hotel was built. The spacious rooms feature well-stocked mini-bars, a working desk with two chairs, two telephones equiped with voice-mail and speed dialing; marble baths and double sinks, hairdryers, make-up mirror and scale.

Local Attractions:

Guests of the Arizona Biltmore may use the Spa facilities for no additional charge. Non-resort guests may use the facility for a daily fee of $25, however, the fee is waived if a 50 minute Spa service is reserved. Guests must be 16 years of age and older to use the facilities and services at the Spa.

BILTMORE SPA • A fine selection of recreation attire for men and women, specialty items and full line of exclusive spa products.

DESERT SUN • An impressive selection of sophisticated women's fashions.

GIFT SHOP • Small gifts, logo items, sundries, newspapers and magazines and a deli featuring pastries, sandwiches and salads available for take out.

THE WRIGHT STUFF • Distinctive apparel and casual resort wear for men.

SPIRIT OF THE SOUTHWEST • Regional products crafted by leading Southwest and Native American artisans.

WAY OUT WEST • Southwestern gifts and contemporary western wear for the whole family.

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ART GALLERIES • Scottsdale features beautiful art galleries. Open house with wine and cheese every Thursday night in season.

BILTMORE FASHION PARK • A wide variety of exclusive shops. Shuttle service available every hour on the hour.

FIFTH AVENUE SHOPS • Unique southwestern boutiques.

THE BORGATA • Exclusive boutiques and fine restaurants.

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ARABIAN HORSE SHOWS • Beautiful Arabian horses; two shows in February. Sponsored by the Arabian Horse Association of Arizona.

ARIZONA CARDINALS • NFL teams plays at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe.

ARIZONA SUN DEVILS • Exciting college football at Sun Devil Stadium, home of the Fiesta Bowl.

BANK ONE BALLPARK • State of the art ballpark, home of the Arizona Diamondbacks.

CACTUS LEAGUE BASEBALL • Spring training exhibition games by major league professional baseball teams.

FIESTA BOWL • More than 40 events in December, highlighted by the Fiesta Bowl Parade and football game.

FRANKLIN TEMPLETON CHAMPIONSHIP TENNIS • Men's Professional Tennis held in March.

GREYHOUND PARK • Dog racing nightly, seven nights a week. Starting time 7:30 p.m.

PHOENIX FIREBIRDS • Triple-A professional baseball team for the San Francisco Giants.

PHOENIX OPEN • PGA Tours' finest features every January. Sponsored by the Thunderbirds.

PHOENIX SUNS • NBA 1993 Western Conference Champions.

STANDARD REGISTER TURQUOISE CLASSIC • Ladies' Pro Golf Association tournament in February. Sponsored by the Samaritan Medical Foundation.

THE TRADITION • Senior PGA Golf Tournament at Desert Mountain in March.

TURF PARADISE • Horse racing at its finest. Clubhouse dining.

ARCOSANTI • A futuristic city being built by the Cosanti Foundation where the famous Soleri bells are made.

ART COLLECTION AT ASU • The most historically definitive collection of American paintings west of the Mississippi River.

BIG SURF • Arizona's ocean with 400 million gallons of water and three to five foot waves.

BUMBLE BEE RANCH • Horesback Rides, Hummer Tours, All Terrain Vehicles, Indian Encampment, Western Cookouts.

CENTRAL ARIZONA MUSEUM • Exhibits highlight the history of Phoenix and Arizona.

CITY TOURS • Greyline offers several tours, including a complete Phoenix city tour.

COSANTI • Paoli Soreli's home and workshop for Arcosanti.

CULTURAL EVENTS • Phoenix Symphony, Arizona Dance Theatre, Ballet West, Arizona Opera Company.

DESERT BOTANICAL GARDENS • 1,800 different species of cacti on display.

DESERT JEEP TOURS • Take an adventuresome ride through the Sonoran Desert.

GRAND CANYON TOURS • Take a tour of the Grand Canyon by van, airplane or helicopter.

HEARD MUSEUM • America's pre-eminent collection of Native American Art.

HERITAGE SQUARE/ROSSON HOUSE • A city block preserved as a park features Eastlake Victorian architecture.

HORSEBACK RIDING • Try a real western ride on horseback through the wilderness of the Phoenix Mountain Preserve.

HOT AIR BALLOONING • A beautiful ride through blue skies in a colorful balloon.

PHOENIX ART MUSEUM • More than 10,000 paintings, sculptures, costumes and other works of art from the fifteenth to twentieth centuries.

PHOENIX ZOO • More than 1,200 animals inhabit exhibits designed to simulate their natural environments.

RAWHIDE • 1880's town with shops, a saloon and gunfight shows.

SCOTTSDALE CENTER FOR THE ARTS • Features circulating exhibits of national significance.

SQUAW PEAK PARK • Hiking trails to the top of Squaw Peak, a short distance from the resort.

TALIESIN WEST • Renowned architectural school created by Frank Lloyd Wright.

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.