McDowell Mountain Golf Club

Holes: 18
Type: Public
Par: 71
Slope: 135
Yards: 6,624
Architect: Randy Heckenkemper

Discover a natural alternative to ordinary golf at the Mc Dowell Mountain Golf Club at Westworld. Built on the western slope of Scottsdale's McDowell Mountains and adjacent to the nationally recognized Westworld equestrian center, Mc Dowell Mountain Golf Club's course is more than a stunning 18-hole daily-fee golf course. Acclaimed golf course architect Randy Heckenkemper transformed the Bureau of Reclamation's storm water retention area into a 6,624-yard, par-71 layout that provides a haven for native plants and wildlife.

Mc Dowell Mountain Golf Club at Westworld is the first golf course in Arizona and the 17th course in the world to attain the coveted Audubon Signature Status. While friendly to the environment, Mc Dowell Mountain Golf Club is an entertaining challenge that demands intelligent course management at every hole. The Mc Dowell Mountain Golf Club's stone and stucco clubhouse is an inviting retreat that features a host of amenities including a comfortably elegant dining room, a multi-use, outdoor covered pavilion and an impressive golf shop.