The Gallery Golf Club
About The Gallery Golf Club
The Gallery's North & South Courses have both hosted PGA Tour events, notably the World Golf Championships - Accenture Match Play Championship in 2007 (champion Henrik Stenson) and 2008 (champion Tiger Woods).
Designed by John Fought and British Open Champion Tom Lehman, The Gallery's North course is consistently ranked among the best in Arizona by GOLF DIGEST and is acknowledged as one of GOLFWEEK'S "Top 100 Modern Courses."
The South Course, also designed by John Fought, pays homage to the legendary Pinehurst #2.
Only a very few private clubs in the world can boast that distinction - yet both courses are notably recognized for their playability and daily allure.
The North Course plays through two box canyons, presenting long views and dramatic elevation changes. Welcoming wide fairways are offset by strategically-positioned bunkers to balance assertion and aggression.
The South Course boasts lush undulating greens with challenging runoffs which require a deft short game and precise putting. Compelling views grace every hole, framed by dramatic close-ups of the Tortolita Mountains and a backdrop of more distant ranges 50 miles to the North & South.