Wigwam Resort - Blue Course
The Wigwam Resort possesses three 18-hole courses, the Blue Course, the Red Course, and the Gold Course. All three courses were built on a rolling terrain with mature creeks sprinkled throughout and meandering creeks running through, which can all affect shots. The Blue Course is the shortest of the three courses but Blue plays long due to the elevated greens. The creeks create water hazards that come into play on several holes and there are also many strategically placed sand bunkers throughout the course as well. The Wigwam Resort facility has various practice facilities including a chipping area and putting green.
|Jones Combo||70||6373 yards|
|Club (W)||70||5199 yards||69.4||117|
|Forward (W)||70||4791 yards||67.0||113|
|Jones Combo M: 72.5/125||511||207||560||196||497||424||409||445||194||3443||532||368||344||218||294||142||374||144||514||2930||6373|
|Jones M: 69.0/123 W: 73.7/126||511||207||477||156||497||394||389||425||194||3250||492||323||329||218||294||132||354||144||464||2750||6000|
|Championship M: 67.1/117 W: 71.4/121||489||191||457||145||487||374||350||413||149||3055||472||299||312||183||283||121||329||134||384||2517||5572|
|Club M: 65.6/113 W: 69.4/117||472||169||437||136||454||359||326||397||124||2874||449||280||297||151||266||98||307||116||361||2325||5199|
|Forward M: 63.9/110 W: 67.0/113||429||152||405||130||433||347||294||385||109||2684||428||255||284||126||255||77||256||105||321||2107||4791|
Food & BeverageBar, Restaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Conference Facilities, Banquet Facilities, Spa
Available ActivitiesSwimming, Billiards
Available SportsFitness, Tennis
I. Felt the greens were the worst I’ve played this year. SLOW and bumpy. I think emphasis was on the Gold course tournament.
Rate should have been reduced as a result.
Took 4 hours and 20 minutes to play. To long for this course
A classic golf course
We played this course while visiting the area. It’s a classic older course where the main challenge is the large undulating (or just sloping) greens. We were paired with two “regulars” who play the course frequently and gave us a few tips re: best aiming points and overall course layout. The course was in great shape and the pace of play was very good. We had lunch on the outside terrace at the restaurant and found it great as well. Definitely worth a return trip!
Nice golf course, friendly staff , well maintenance
Great course for all skill levels
I was vacationing recently with my wife and two sons Henry (10) and Hudson (8). I have family in/around Phoenix, so we chose to stay at the Wigwam because it was in between locations.
I took both of my boys with me to play the blue course, and my brother joined to make it a foursome. The weather was crisp but not cold. The course was in great shape, especially compared to the soggy fields we are currently traipsing about in the Pacific Northwest in March.
The course was challenging for the adults, although we are amateurs and enthusiasts at best. But the boys were able to get up and down without too much difficulty. We didn't encounter too many sand traps or deep rough, which kept our ball count from getting out of control.
Overall, I would recommend the blue course and the Wigwam as a family friendly destination. I know we plan on coming back and trying our luck on the red course sometime soon.
Loved playing the Wigwam Blue. The course was in extremely good condition and had helpful staff. Would recommend it to friends and will come back to play it soon.