Wickenburg Ranch

Wickenburg Ranch among best new courses of 2015

Golf Digest, the world’s largest, most-respected golf publication, has named Wickenburg Ranch Golf & Social Club among the Top 10 Best New Courses of 2015.

In what turned out to be the stiffest competition in years, Wickenburg Ranch placed No. 6 among a standout list of courses that included such luminaries as Cabot Cliffs in Nova Scotia and Ferry Point in New York City. The golf course was praised by panelists for the astounding beauty and dramatic topography of its setting as well as the variety of holes and shot values. In fact, one unnamed panelist wrote: “I could play this golf course every day and not get tired of it.”

“We were extremely excited to learn Wickenburg Ranch Golf & Social Club has been recognized by Golf Digest as one of the ‘Top Ten Best New Courses in North America,’” said Bill Brownlee, Wickenburg Ranch developer and co-designer with Wendell Pickett of the Wickenburg Ranch golf course. “ In a head-to-head fight with the outstanding golf courses, and a who’s who list of designers, including Nicklaus, Coore/Crenshaw, Dye, and others, Wickenburg Ranch more than held its own. Wendell and I couldn’t be more proud of the entire team, especially our Superintendent, Andy Huber, who started this dream with us nearly 10 years ago. Thank you to all the panelists, and congratulations to our fellow winners.”

For those who would like to experience Wickenburg Ranch for themselves, Fall Preview Play runs November 14th through December 18th. During this time, golf carts will be allowed off the paths, and tee times will be available 30 days in advance, Tuesdays through Sundays and Holiday Mondays. Rates start at $95 for Wickenburg Residents, $105 for Arizona residents and $135 for out of state guests. In addition, the new Tour Center opens November 17th and will feature a full-service restaurant – Jake’s Spoon.

Adding to the outstanding playing experience, Wickenburg Ranch limits the number of players per day and spaces tee times to a generous 12 minutes apart.  The club does so to preserve the private-club like ambiance of the golf course.

Located approximately one hour and 15 minutes northwest of downtown Phoenix near the intersection of Highways 89 and 93 in the historic town of Wickenburg, Arizona, the club will provide the social and recreational hub for the Wickenburg Ranch master-planned community. Wickenburg Ranch is currently under development by Shea Homes and Phoenix-based M3 Companies, and will feature Shea’s newest Trilogy resort community.

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