Escape to the Wigwam Golf Resort & Spa and experience unlimited golf. On this package, the Wigwam will let you play again after your morning round (per availability on the day of play) for no additional fee. You'll stay in a beautiful Adobe Traditional guestroom and play Wigwam's Patriot, Gold, and Heritage courses. With fantastic amenities, a myriad of recreational options, and delectable dining options the Wigwam provides one of our best Arizona golf getaways. In addition, except for the very high season (February 6 thru April 9, 2015), the resort offers a free 4th night of accommodations. Take it from us, you're going to love the Wigwam!
Included in your experience:
4 nights at The Wigwam Golf Resort & Spa.
3 days of golf with cart at The Wigwam.
Replay rounds are free per availability on the day of play.
Grab-n-go breakfast daily.
Check into your suite at The Wigwam Golf Resort & Spa.
The Wigwam Golf Resort & Spa
At more than 7,300 yards, The Gold Course anchors the Wigwam golf trio. Robert Trent Jones, Sr. created The Gold to rival the famous South Course at Firestone CC in Akron, Ohio. Among the highlights are the 645-yard 4th hole, a par five that requires strength and patience. The 8th is a long par four to a green perched above an ominous canal. But it is the finish, that stretch from the 16th home, that will test the nerves of any golfer. The 16th is a par 3 over water to a split-level green, the 17th is a par 4 to a narrow green across a pond, and the 18th is among the toughest finishing holes in all of Arizona. At the 18th the golfer faces a diagonal tee shot across water, followed by an approach to a green sitting right on the edge of a canal. As with all great golf holes, the 18th allows the golfer to choose the degree of risk.
The Wigwam Resort - Gold Course
The Patriot (formerly the Blue) has been described as tricky and subtle. Playing to a length just over 6,000 yards, but a par of 70, the test can be a bit deceiving. Here is a creative course. One full of decisions and thought provoking strategy. The hallmark of Robert Trent Jones' design can be found in the array of deep and perilous bunkers, ponds and dog-leg fairways. The Blue Course is a course full of contradictions. Take for example the opening holes -- a par 5, par 3, par 5, par 3 and yet another par 5. It is a roller-coaster of golf holes, each one offering a different obstacle and challenge.
Perhaps most photographed is the Patriot's 15th hole, a short 140-yard par 3 to an island green. More than one match will be won or lost at this "simple little hole." Among the finishing holes is the 17th, a par 3 to a green built as a mirror image of the famous 16th at Augusta where Mr. Jones' remodeling work has endured as one of the most famous holes in all of golf.
The Wigwam Resort - Patriot Course
The Heritage Course (formerly the Red) was created by Red Lawrence, the golf course architect responsible for Arizona's first desert golf course. His work at The Wigwam is a complement to The Gold and Patriot (formerly Blue) Courses. With a length in between its two siblings, The Heritage plays alongside and over streams and ponds. Set among a forest of pines and eucalyptus, the golfer is transported through exclusive estates, which are part of the Wigwam's rich neighborhood.
The Wigwam Resort - Heritage Course
Spend your last day replaying any course you want and then prepare to check out from The Wigwam Golf Resort & Spa.
The Wigwam Golf Resort & Spa