Wigwam Resort - Red Course
The Red Course (formerly known as Heritage Course) at the Wigwam Resort, which has received acclaim from Golf Magazine, is one of three 18-hole courses at the resort. Built on rolling terrain, the course features elevation changes that can affect shots. Mature trees are also scattered throughout to add beauty and another challenging element. Winding creeks form water hazards that come into play on a few holes. The Red Course is popular among locals familiar with the Wigwam Resort because it is considered to have the three best finishing holes in the area. Although walking is allowed on the other two courses, carts are required on the Red Course.
|Club (W)||72||6291 yards||74.9||128|
|Forward Combo (W)||72||5806 yards||71.7||122|
|Forward (W)||72||5578 yards||70.8||121|
|Championship M: 71.9/124||387||201||402||499||171||568||386||338||408||3360||373||378||135||511||382||414||454||254||591||3492||6852|
|Club M: 69.3/117||359||151||377||471||149||541||346||327||369||3090||341||358||115||483||361||399||416||179||549||3201||6291|
|Forward W: 73.2/128||344||125||338||453||140||439||290||316||349||2794||309||319||100||464||340||311||338||144||459||2784||5578|
Food & BeverageBar, Restaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Conference Facilities, Banquet Facilities, Spa
Available ActivitiesSwimming, Billiards
Available SportsFitness, Tennis
Worth the trip to Litchfield Park
Course is in great shape. Traditional layout with mature trees, not a desert course. Greens were really nice. Slow play, waited on every hole, but still played in 4 1/2 hours. Otherwise no complaints at all.
Nice course with good amenities
I have played the Heritage course many times and enjoy it each time. Takes some time to figure out how to play a few of the holes. Finally parred 18!
Frost delay = bad service and extremely slow play
They forced a 90 minute frost delay to start a Saturday in January. They could never catch up with that long of a delay, which was an unreasonable amount with almost no frost of the ground. The staff made no effort to warn anyone before arriving, so everything was crowded all day long. Checking in with the starter, to see where things were, was even worse as everyone was spoken down to, and told to hang out and be ready to “not miss your time”. Funny that it’s on us to be on time but we don’t really know what our tee time will be. Once we got on the course, everyone was pretty irritable, playing with little respect for each other. The conditions were also not great. Fairways were nice, but holes all over the course, divots all over the greens (no one repairing ball marks), and no way to repair divots in tee boxes or fairways. Marshals would check in and say/do nothing to continue pace of play. This was a huge waste of time (6+ hours) and money today. Don’t waste your time.
Trees and water
This is a traditional golf course, not a desert course. A frost delay probably led to the slow pace of play. Other than that the course was very enjoyable- a nice change from the Phoenix desert courses.
Nice layout. Staff friendly and helpful.. course in good condition. Tough closing hole.
Best of the three Wigwam Courses
What a surprise- had played the gold and blue courses before but this one is the most interesting and added bonus are brand new huge mansions along the course - fun to look at. Would definitely recommend playing and will play again. Greens run true albeit on the slow side but that may have to do with the amount of play and time of day playing (later in in the day more wear & tear).
The Red Course
The wigwam course are great. I have enjoyed playing all three courses and they are all different. The red course is a great layout, but the sand traps were a little thin of sand. That’s not the norm for the two other courses.
Nice course, good condition and played under 4 hours. Will play again.
Great conditions and the pace of play was good. Friendly staff. Would definitely pay again.
Golf course has been a mainstay for years
Fairways were a little firm tight lies really need to compress the ball alot of hardpan lies but that's probably due to some freeze delays so the grass doesn't get burned out . Good for driver because the ball gets a lot of run but you can't go wrong playing wigwam golf courses red gold are the best for good golfer's from the tips plenty of length. Have been playing there off and on sense the 80s.