Tournament Players Club (TPC) offers championship golf just outside of Scottsdale, Arizona. The two championship courses, The Champions Course and the Stadium Course, are available for public play seven days per week. TPC hosts the annual Waste Management Phoenix Open, and the resort is home to many PGA Tour golf events each year. Golfweek Magazine named TPC Scottsdale as “one of America’s best courses,” and Conde Nast Traveler magazine named the golf resort as one of the “Top 20 Golf Resort Destinations in the World.”
In addition to world-class golfing, TPC Scottsdale offers a full complement of amenities and services including:
•PGA Tour standard amenities and services within the clubhouse.
•Superior golf instruction via the TourAcademy.
•Party, Reception, and Event planning and hosting.
•Amazing dining at The Grill at TPC Scottsdale, which is operated by the Scottsdale Princess.
•Exclusive privileges for members of the Annual Fee Player Program.
•Privileges at the resort partners: Zona Hotel & Suites, The Fairmont Scottsdale Princess and the Scottsdale Marriott at McDowell Mountains.
TPC Scottsdale offers exclusive residential real estate with exceptional sites alongside the golf courses. Homesites are limited, however, a few homes are built around the Princess Resort in the Alcazar and Princess Views communities. Homes in these communities are from 3,000 to 5,000 square feet in size and range from $500,000 to more than $800,000 in price. These communities offer easy access to North Scottsdale dining, shopping, and entertainment venues such as Kierland Commons, the Promenade, Scottsdale Airpark, and the Scottsdale Quarter.
With at least 600 restaurants from which to choose, Scottsdale is a diner’s delight. In addition, the city has over 100 art galleries and museums that display artifacts from Native American exhibitions to artwork by renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
The Scottsdale area is a paradise for outdoor lovers. The Desert Botanical Gardens have thousands of plants from every kind of ecosystem in the world. In addition, the McDowell Sonoran Preserve has more than 63 miles of shared-use trails that traverse the Sonoran desert, including the Bajada Nature Trail.