SunRidge Canyon Golf Club

13100 N SunRidge Dr
Fountain Hills, AZ

Sunridge Golf Club is a 6,823-yard, par-71 layout designed by Keith Foster. This hidden gem of a course was selected No. 42 on Golf Magazine’s list of “The Top 100 Courses You Can Play in the United States.”

Sunridge Golf Club was the host of the 1997 USGA State Team Championship and has been chosen by Arizona tournament players as the top-ranked daily-fee golf club.

Sunridge Golf Club has strategically placed arroyos that provide a good test of a golfer’s shot-making skills from the tees. Water hazards, in the form of ponds, come into play on four holes.

The signature at Sunridge Golf Club is hole #17, a 209-yard par 3, featuring a segmented green that is guarded by large boulders on both sides.

Golf at Sunridge Canyon golf club is the way the game was intended. Natural. Mysterious. Tempting. Things are not always as they first appear. Subtle changes in topography can have a dramatic effect. Each shot demands careful consideration of both risk and reward.

Green fees at this course include tax.

Located in Fountain Hills, approximately 25 minutes from the downtown Scottsdale area. Shea Blvd east to Palisades Blvd, then left 1.5 miles to SunRidge Drive, left on SunRidge Drive .3 miles.

28 miles from Sky Harbor International Airport — Take the 202 freeway east 10 miles to Arizona State Route 87 (Country Club Dr) exit. Left on Arizona State Route 87 13 miles to Shea Blvd. Left on Shea, 3.2 miles, right on Palisades Blvd 1.6 miles to SunRidge Drive, left on SunRidge Drive .3 miles.
Course Designer

Keith Foster

Score Card Summary

Tee Box Yards Slope Rating
Tournament 6823 142 72.6
Back 6403 135 70.3
Middle 6004 129 68.2
Forward 5141 125 70.1