Golfing at Sun City West is not only fun, but you can also enjoy the amazing scenery and views. We meticulously maintain our golf courses so each time you golf with us at Sun City West you will have a well-maintained course. At Sun City West you will find 4 regulation golf courses for the avid golfer and 3 challenging executive courses for the casual golfer.
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7 Courses, 7 Days a Week!
4 Regulation & 3 Executive Courses
We offer challenging layouts and well-conditioned fairways and greens, with multiple tee boxes to help set the challenge for you. Sun City West is a great golfing experience at a reasonable price!
Practicing made easy! Each RCSCW Golf course has a driving range, putting green, and a short game area. These areas are open from dawn to dusk. Schedules may vary, call the course if you have any questions.
Golf Pro Shops
Sun City West Golf Pro Shops offer golf balls, golf apparel, snacks, equipment, and much more for your golfing needs.
Sun City West Golf Cards can offer significant savings for the avid and casual golfer. We offer five different cards tailored to meet the needs of specific golfers.
Sun City West golfers who play frequently and want the best value should consider purchasing one of our cards and start saving today!
Sun City West Golf Courses are home to a variety of wildlife including, coyotes, rabbits and swans, to name a few.
Double check lottery request
Whenever a lottery request is submitted on the web portal, regardless of whether a lottery request confirmation email is received or not, the booking member should check their “My Itinerary” file to ensure the request was completed. If the request is incomplete, see the How to Edit or Cancel a lottery request section in the Lottery Request Instructions Frequently Asked Questions.
If the request doesn’t appear in the “My Itinerary” list, the lottery request should be resubmitted, more than likely due to not completing the original lottery request.
November 2022 Holes-in-one
Who made a hole-in-one during the month of November? See which golf course had a hole-in-one and who made them down below.
|Diane Harahan||11-7-22||Echo Mesa||3||76||8 Iron|
|Don Mellen||11-10-22||Echo Mesa||2||90||PW|
|Carolyn Lopez||11-10-22||Echo Mesa||3||84||9 Iron|
|Penny Reed||11-17-22||Echo Mesa||15||84||9 Iron|
From Monday, Nov. 7, through Sunday, Nov. 13, help us celebrate the service of all military veterans and first responders by participating in a worthwhile fundraiser for Folds of Honor. Every donation provides life-changing scholarships to families of America’s fallen or disabled military and first responders.
If you want to participate, donation slips can be purchased at $5 for one or $10 for three. Donation slips can be purchased at Deer Valley, Echo Mesa, Stardust, Grandview and Pebblebrook Golf Courses.
Purchasing donation slips will enter you into a drawing for one of the following prizes:
- Grand Prize – Titleist TSi2 driver
- Foot Joy golf shoes (2)
- Titleist Pro V1 (24)
- Titleist Tour Speed (24)
- Rounds of golf (8)
- $50 range keys (6)
- USA headcovers (5)
- Foot Joy shirts (2)
- Tommy Armour putter (1)
- 40 minute club fitting equipment assessments with Dave Arend (3)
- 45 minute lesson with Mike Williams, PGA (1)
- 45 minute lesson with Paul Grucza, PGA (1)
- 45 minute lesson with Nibby Musso, PGA (1)
- 45 minute lesson with Mark Adcock, PGA (1)
- 45 minute lesson with Jack Sommers, PGA (1)
- 45 minute lesson with Pat O’Hara, PGA (1)
Thank you for helping to support a great cause! All money collected will be donated to Folds of Honor on behalf of the Sun City West community.
October 2022 Holes-in-one
Who made a hole-in-one during the month of October? See which golf course had a hole-in-one and who made them down below.
|Ron Foreman||10-3-22||Desert Trails||8||117||9 Iron|
|Stephen Cleveland||10-6-22||Desert Trails||3||139||8 Iron|
|Rhonda Cook||10-13-22||Grandivew||15||155||5 Hybrid|
|Rudy Koller||10-20-22||Grandview||3||156||4 Wood|
|Ron Baeth||10-26-22||Echo Mesa||2||89||3 Wood|
|Rebecca Cornett||10-27-22||Pebblebrook||8||103||7 Iron|
|John Domasky||10-28-22||Pebblebrook||8||120||9 Iron|
The Recreation Centers of Sun City West would like to remind community members of the third and final public forum for the Grandview irrigation and turf project.
Residents are invited to attend this forum from 2 to 4 p.m. Friday, Nov. 18, in the R.H. Johnson Lecture Hall. The material covered will be the same as forums held earlier in the year, and there will be time for questions and answers.
For those who wish to watch from home or on their own schedule, a recording of the first forum, held on March 21, is available to view online through the Rec Centers’ YouTube channel (youtube.com/suncitywestaz). Additionally, architectural renderings for each hole can be viewed on the Rec Centers’ website at suncitywest.com/GVirrigation.
Gary Brawley, ASGCA, of Gary Brawley Golf Design, will discuss plans for turf reduction at Grandview Golf Course next year to bring the course into compliance with the Fifth Management Plan, which goes into effect in 2025. The turf reduction changes are mandated by the state conservation requirements.
RCSCW Environmental Services Manager Todd Patty will also be on hand to discuss the proposed plans and impacts to the course. The turf reduction affects an estimated 40 of Grandview’s 163 acres. This primarily includes street fronts, road crossings and a 25-foot perimeter around the course. It will have a minimal affect on the playability of the course, and residents will continue to have golf course views along with a small area of desert landscaping.