Our Courses

An oasis in the desert, the Palm Course offers panoramic mountain vistas beyond vast, sparkling lakes. Course Designer Desmond Muirhead created a classic in 1972. Water comes into play on 10 holes, and signature hole number 9 has been featured in Golf Illustrated’s Top 18 Water Holes of America. The Palm Course has been a destination on the Canadian Tour, previously hosting the Scottsdale Swing.

Hitting the corridor fairways of the Pine Course requires a mindful tee shot. Water comes into play on six holes, and local players will give you different tips how you should play coveted hole number 15. Course architect Desmond Muirhead nailed it in 1972 when he developed the “fine pine”. The Pine Course is continually selected by the PGA to host the regional qualifier for the Waste Management Phoenix Open.

Hole 1

Blue Plate
375 Yards
White Plate
337 Yards
Brown Plate
304 Yards
Red Plate
284 Yards
Men's Par
4
Men's HCP
13
Ladies Par
4
Ladies HCP
13

pro tip

A drive to the right center of the fairway will allow for a short iron second shot. This green slopes sharply from back to front and is very narrow. Keep the ball below the hole.

Hole 2

Blue Plate
384 Yards
White Plate
351 Yards
Brown Plate
333 Yards
Red Plate
301 Yards
Men's Par
4
Men's HCP
9
Ladies' Par
4
Ladies' HCP
9

pro tip

A tight driving hole with bunkers guarding both sides of the fairway. A well placed tee shot will leave a short iron into this sloping green.

Hole 3

Blue Plate
531 Yards
White Plate
497 Yards
Brown Plate
464 Yards
Red Plate
418 Yards
Men's Par
5
Men's HCP
5
Ladies Par
5
Ladies HCP
5

pro tip

With water to the left and trees to the right, a drive in the fairway is a must. Players must contend with a large bunker guarding the right side of the green. A perfect lay-up will leave a simple approach into a wide sloping green.

Hole 4

Blue Plate
446 Yards
White Plate
373 Yards
Brown Plate
350 Yards
Red Plate
277 Yards
Men's Par
4
Men's HCP
7
Ladies' Par
4
Ladies' HCP
7

pro tip

Players will find water all the way down the left side of this challenging par 4. A drive in the fairway is not enough here as the golfer is left with a shot into a very deep, narrow green with water hugging the left side and bunkers to the right. Good luck.

Hole 5

Blue Plate
214 Yards
White Plate
179 Yards
Brown Plate
151 Yards
Red Plate
122 Yards
Men's Par
3
Men's HCP
15
Ladies' Par
3
Ladies' HCP
15

pro tip

A three-tiered green provides a challenge of distance and accuracy. Make sure club selection is correct, as a mistake will bring a difficult two putt.

Hole 6

Blue Plate
389 Yards
White Plate
361 Yards
Brown Plate
333 Yards
Red Plate
243 Yards
Men's Par
4
Men's HCP
11
Ladies' Par
4
Ladies's HCP
11

pro tip

A missed tee shot left will bring the bunkers into play. Favor the right center of the fairway leaving yourself a mid to short iron into an undulating green.

Hole 7

Blue Plate
535 Yards
White Plate
477 Yards
Brown Plate
455 Yards
Red Plate
392 Yards
Men's Par
5
Men's HCP
1
Ladies' Par
5
Ladies' HCP
1

pro tip

A right to left shot with the bunkers as your target is played into a fairway that narrows as it goes. Water cuts in at the left of the green, making a lay-up to the right your best bet. This large green provides many birdie chances.

Hole 8

Blue Plate
195 Yards
White Plate
157 Yards
Brown Plate
116 Yards
Red Plate
82 Yards
Men's Par
3
Men's HCP
17
Ladies' Par
3
Ladies' HCP
17

pro tip

This wide shallow green slopes from back to front and makes club selection vital. Any miscue here can result in a big number. Make sure you take enough club.

Hole 9

Blue Plate
408 Yards
White Plate
370 Yards
Brown Plate
352 Yards
Red Plate
251 Yards
Men's Par
4
Men's HCP
3
Ladies' Par
4
Ladies' HCP
3

pro tip

Welcome to McCormick Ranch's signature hole. A well struck drive will run through this island fairway making a long iron fairway wood your best choice. From the island, you are now forced with a second shot into the large green located on a peninsula. You may choose to play the right side, however the hole plays a lot longer.

Hole 10

Blue Plate
394 Yards
White Plate
351 Yards
Brown Plate
328 Yards
Red Plate
295 Yards
Men's Par
4
Men's HCP
14
Ladies' Par
4
Ladies' HCP
14

pro tip

Favor the left side of the fairway. A down hill slope will add distance leaving a short iron into a well bunkered green.

Hole 11

Blue Plate
420 Yards
White Plate
376 Yards
Brown Plate
359 Yards
Red Plate
332 Yards
Men's Par
4
Men's HCP
10
Ladies' Par
4
Ladies' HCP
10

pro tip

This hole will open with a drive down the left side. Precise yardage is a must with this wide shallow green.

Hole 12

Blue Plate
510 Yards
White Plate
489 Yards
Brown Plate
474 Yards
Red Plate
427 Yards
Men's Par
5
Men's HCP
6
Ladies' Par
5
Ladies' HCP
6

pro tip

Placement of the drive here is very important as water cuts back passed the bunker. A well-placed second shot should leave a very good birdie chance. Don’t miss the green left.

Hole 13

Blue Plate
203 Yards
White Plate
169 Yards
Brown Plate
146 Yards
Red Plate
136 Yards
Men's Par
3
Men's HCP
16
Ladies'
3
Ladies' HCP
16

pro tip

Club selection is key to playing this challenging par 3. This well-bunkered shallow green allows no room for error. A well placed shot is below the pin on this back to front sloping green.

Hole 14

Blue Plate
413 Yards
White Plate
325 yards
Brown Plate
307 Yards
Red Plate
276 Yards
Men's Par
4
Men's HCP
12
Ladies' Par
4
Ladies' HCP
12

pro tip

Playing to the left side takes the fairway bunker out of play leaving a medium to short iron into this elevated green. A deep greenside bunker will force a difficult up and down.

Hole 15

Blue Plate
448 Yards
White Plate
418 Yards
Brown Plate
382 Yards
Red Plate
349 Yards
Men's Par
4
Men's HCP
4
Ladies' Par
4
Ladies' HCP
4

pro tip

Grip it and rip it. Straight forward hole with plenty of driving room. The green slopes from back to front and is very deep. Avoid the bunker on the left.

Hole 16

Blue Plate
564 Yards
White Plate
511 Yards
Brown Plate
479 Yards
Red Plate
461 Yards
Men's Par
5
Men's HCP
2
Ladies' Par
5
Ladies' HCP
2

pro tip

Place your tee shot down the left side of this rolling fairway. A long bunker stretching across the front of this green makes it difficult to get to. Water's edge guards a front left pin placement.

Hole 17

Blue Plate
187 Yards
White Plate
148 Yards
Brown Plate
114 Yards
Red Plate
76 Yards
Men's Par
3
Men's HCP
18
Ladies' Par
3
Ladies' HCP
18

pro tip

Favor the right side of the green as water comes into play on the left. The large green slopes from back to front. Mounding around the green provides for a difficult up and down.

Hole 18

Blue Plate
428 Yards
White Plate
390 Yards
Brown Plate
373 Yards
Red Plate
335 Yards
Men's Par
4
Men's HCP
8
Ladies' Par
4
Ladies' HCP
8

pro tip

Aim for Camelback Mountain and let it fly. A drive to the right side will open up a large well-bunkered green. This green slopes sharply from back to front.

Hole 1

Blue Plate
398 Yards
White Plate
341 Yards
Brown Plate
322 Yards
Red Plate
289 Yards
Men's Par
4
Men's HCP
14
Ladies' Par
4
Ladies' HCP
14

pro tip

A faded tee shot to the center of the fairway will leave the player a mid to short iron into this narrow-sloping green. A ridge separates the left and right sides of the green.

Hole 2

Blue Plate
387 Yards
White Plate
354 Yards
Brown Plate
343 Yards
Red Plate
308 Yards
Men's Par
4
Men's HCP
12
Ladies' Par
4
Ladies' HCP
12

pro tip

A drive to the right side will avoid the bunker left. The player needs to contend with a green that slopes from back to front and appears very narrow.

Hole 3

Blue Plate
390 Yards
White Plate
355 Yards
Brown Plate
333 Yards
Red Plate
310 Yards
Men's Par
4
Men's HCP
8
Ladies' Par
4
Ladies' HCP
8

pro tip

Playing along the right side of the bunker, a drive should find the middle of the fairway. This green is very shallow and slants away from the golfer. Missing the green may result in a difficult up and down.

Hole 4

Blue Plate
537 Yards
White Plate
511 Yards
Brown Plate
487 Yards
Red Plate
469 Yards
Men's Par
5
Men's HCP
6
Ladies' Par
5
Ladies' HCP
6

pro tip

A well placed drive on the right center will allow the player to go for it in two. The player must contend with water that cuts in by the green making a narrow landing area. This green is very deep and narrow and runs from back to front. enjoy the view.

Hole 5

Blue Plate
185 Yards
White Plate
141 Yards
Brown Plate
109 Yards
Red Plate
96 Yards
Men's Par
3
Men's HCP
18
Ladies' Par
3
Ladies' HCP
18

pro tip

Play to the center of the green to avoid the bunkers. This heart shaped green slopes from back to front. Missing this green makes a tough 3.

Hole 6

Blue Plate
419 Yards
White Plate
383 Yards
Brown Plate
368 yards
Red Plate
336 Yards
Men's Par
4
Men's HCP
4
Ladies' Par
4
Ladies' HCP
4

pro tip

Aim your drive towards the bridge on the right side of the fairway to avoid water on the left. A good tee shot will still leave the golfer with a mid to long iron second shot. Any shot that strays left will almost certainly find the water. Four is a good score here.

Hole 7

Blue Plate
599 Yards
White Plate
556 Yards
Brown Plate
533 Yards
Red Plate
468 Yards
Men's Par
5
Men's HCP
2
Ladies' Par
5
Ladies' HCP
2

pro tip

A drive down the left side will open up this sharp dogleg to the right. This large undulating green is best attacked from a lay-up down the right side. Bunkers placed accordingly make the shot a challenge.

Hole 8

Blue Plate
211 Yards
White Plate
175 Yards
Brown Plate
141 Yards
Red Plate
125 Yards
Men's Par
3
Men's HCP
16
Ladies' Par
3
Ladies' HCP
16

pro tip

A very large three-tiered green makes club selection important. This green slopes sharply from back to front and is very narrow. Play short of the hole if you have to.

Hole 9

Brown Plate
434 Yards
White Plate
365 Yards
Brown Plate
357 Yards
Red Plate
326 Yards
Men's Par
4
Men's HCP
10
Ladies' Par
4
Ladies' HCP
10

pro tip

Drives hit down the left side will filter towards the right center of the fairway. There is a slight dogleg left into a green that runs away from the player. The bunker on the right is no bargain.

Hole 10

Blue Plate
410 Yards
White Plate
363 Yards
Brown Plate
335 Yards
Red Plate
276 Yards
Men's Par
4
Men's HCP
13
Ladies' Par
4
Ladies' HCP
13

pro tip

Straight forward into a receptive green. Favor the right center leaving a shot into a green that slopes from left to right and back to front. Missing the green left makes 4 a good number.

Hole 11

Blue Plate
443 Yards
White Plate
370 Yards
Brown Plate
350 Yards
Red Plate
320 Yards
Men's Par
4
Men's HCP
7
Ladies' Par
4
Ladies' HCP
7

pro tip

A challenging par 4 with trouble on both sides. Playing from the left center the golfer will be left with a mid to short iron to a green that slopes sharply from right to left. Keep the ball below the hole.

Hole 12

Blue Plate
579 Yards
White Plate
519 Yards
Brown Plate
497 Yards
Red Plate
476 Yards
Men's Par
5
Men's HCP
3
Ladies' Par
5
Ladies' HCP
3

pro tip

Crank it up. Rip it down the middle to a downhill fairway. Favor the right side as this large elevated green opens up from here. The green is very undulated and requires pinpoint accuracy.

Hole 13

Blue Plate
218 Yards
White Plate
178 Yards
Brown Plate
158 Yards
Red Plate
115 Yards
Men's Par
3
Men's HCP
15
Ladies' Par
3
Ladies' HCP
15

pro tip

Crank it up. Rip it down the middle to a downhill fairway. Favor the right side as this large elevated green opens up from here. The green is very undulated and requires pinpoint accuracy.

Hole 14

Blue Plate
404 Yards
White Plate
342 Yards
Brown Plate
318 Yards
Red Plate
271 Yards
Men's Par
4
Men's HCP
11
Ladies' Par
4
Ladies' HCP
11

pro tip

Play to the left center on this dogleg to the right. The second shot is into a well bunkered green that slopes from back to front.

Hole 15

Blue Plate
470 Yards
White Plate
401 Yards
Brown Plate
375 Yards
Red Plate
277 Yards
Men's Par
4
Men's HCP
1
Ladies' Par
4
Ladies' HCP
1

pro tip

McCormick Ranch's #1 handicap hole features an island fairway and green. Water works back across the fairway to the center and left. A long iron or fairway wood to the right leaves an approach into a long narrow green with three tiers. Any shot over the green will find the water.

Hole 16

Blue Plate
401 Yards
White Plate
372 Yards
Brown Plate
357 Yards
Red Plate
328 Yards
Men's Par
4
Men's HCP
9
Ladies' Par
4
Ladies' HCP
9

pro tip

A drive to the left center opens up this hole. Use a mid to short iron second shot into this very narrow uphill green sloping sharply from back to front. The second shot plays a little longer.

Hole 17

Blue Plate
185 Yards
White Plate
166 Yards
Brown Plate
144 Yards
Red Plate
100 Yards
Men's Par
3
Men's HCP
17
Ladies' Par
3
Ladies' HCP
17

pro tip

A medium iron to the middle is the play to this well bunkered green. The green drifts back to the left. Try to avoid the front bunker.

Hole 18

Blue Plate
517 Yards
White Plate
479 Yards
Brown Plate
466 Yards
Red Plate
443 Yards
Men's Par
5
Men's HCP
5
Ladies Par
5
Ladies' HCP
5

pro tip

A tight driving hole for this challenging par 5. Favor the left side throughout the hole as bunkers and mounds guard the right. The green slopes from mid to front with the back of the green dropping off sharply. A well placed lay-up should yield a birdie chance.

Rates & Specials

McCormick Ranch Golf Club is open 365 days a year. Reservations may be made up to 30 days in advance. Online rates are subject to change, and reservations may be made through our website or over the phone at (480) 948-0260. Sign up for specials to be in the loop. Twilight rates may be available at 2 PM and 4 PM. Come enjoy one of Arizona’s top golf courses in the heart of Scottsdale!

Please contact our Golf Shop about pricing for groups of 16 players or more. 

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October 1 - December 31

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Not enough time to play?  Range balls are available for $12 or $19 per bucket. Practice makes perfect, and our range memberships are available on a yearly or half-yearly basis, through our Golf Shop.

 

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Tournaments & Golf Outings

McCormick Ranch Golf Club is the perfect venue for casual golf groups, charity golf events, and corporate outings. Whether you want to just have some fun in the sun with your friends or play for high stakes, let our service-oriented, professional staff handle the logistics of your tournament. Located just five minutes from the 101 between Scottsdale Road and Hayden Road, McCormick Ranch is easy to get to from anywhere in the Valley, and we pride ourselves on being Arizona’s premier tournament venue.

McCormick Ranch Golf Club would take great pride in hosting your event. With 36 holes, McCormick Ranch can accommodate groups of 16 players to 600 players. Please fill out a tournament inquiry form below, and a member of our golf shop staff will get back to you promptly. 

Tournament services at McCormick Ranch include: green fees, cart fees, range balls, cart tags, personalized scorecards, bag handling, and contest holes. Additional services that can be added on to your event include items off of our highly customizable golf catering menus, gift certificates, and golf shop merchandise.

From breakfast to dinner, our golf catering menus have got your group covered. Choose between hosting your pre or post-golf tournament party in our acclaimed West Lawn Pavilion, Lakeview Room, Dining Room, Lounge, or Patio. Each venue has breathtaking views of Camelback Mountain. 

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