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Built in 1979, the Links Course is the younger of the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club’s two courses. With time, the Links Course has matured into another “can’t-miss” golf experience in Phoenix. The par 71, 6,300 yard course features a combination of challenging holes situated among the cool pines and tranquil lakes.

The Links Course is a bit rambunctious, featuring significant elevation changes with extraordinary views of the Phoenix Mountain Preserve. The course provides both delights and demands for even the most seasoned player.

Phoenix Golf at its Best

Experience a non-desert style golf course in the heart of Phoenix. The Links Course will challenge you with its rolling hills and arroyos. Located near the Phoenix Mountain Preserve, you’ll play 18 holes offering breathtaking views of Phoenix and surrounding mountains during your round. The Links Course is one of Phoenix’s premier golf courses open to the public.

Yardage / Ratings
6,300 Yards
69.7 Rating / 124 Slope
5,726 Yards
67.2 Rating / 116 Slope
5,255 Yards
64.9 Rating / 111 Slope
4,747 Yards
M: 62.7 Rating / 100 Slope | W: 66.8/110


Golf Courses

July 1 – July 14: The Links Course will be closed for regular summer maintenance. This includes aeration and top-dressing of our greens. The course will reopen for play on July 15.

July 15 – August: The Estates Course will be closed for regular summer maintenance. This includes aeration and top-dressing, but we have some additional work we want to complete on the Estates Course. We will improve a few tee boxes, add more landscape plantings, and promote turf health as part of maintenance plan. Stay tuned for our reopening announcement date later this summer.

Practice Range

We have closed our Practice Range this summer for an important grassing maintenance project. We have sprigged the landing areas with the same TifTuf Bermuda grass that we use on the golf course. Depending on summer weather conditions, it will take 90 days for this to grow in properly.

With a good monsoon season and adequate humidity benefiting growing conditions, we hope to reopen the Practice Range in early September.