Rio Verde Country Club

Rio Verde Country Club

About Rio Verde Country Club

This is the club you moved to Arizona for! Rio Verde’s two golf courses are styled very traditionally. They have wide open fairways and understated contours that speak to a Midwestern-style golf experience. This experience attracts a diverse membership from all parts of the U.S. and Canada. The nature of this club plays suit to everyone from experienced, competitive golfers aiming for the club championship to those more casual golfers who enjoy a round with friends and family. The many active leagues and events make it easy to get involved and make new friends. There are many social benefits found at Rio Verde.

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Rio Verde, Arizona
Beautiful oasis in the desert that is a caring, sharing community. So many activities there's too many to list. Wouldn't live anywhere else!
Ann Henderson
Rio Verde, Arizona
The views are spectacular. The course was in great shape. It's pretty flat and wide open which makes it user friendly for players of varying skill levels. The pace of play was very good. We were a twosome behind three or four foursomes and still finished the round in under three and a half hours. Lunch following the round was very good.
Reggie Pallares
Rio Verde, Arizona
A great metamorphosis - a completely renovated Rio Verde Country Club! Wonderful service, great food, and a spectacular comfortably classy vibe. Thanks Rita and Derek!
Timothy Nichols
Rio Verde, Arizona
Beauty, golf and peace. What could be better?
Robin Walton
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