Since its opening in 2002, Seven Canyons continues to receive rave reviews from the nation’s foremost golf course critics and highly regarded golf publications. The Tom Weiskopf design has been acclaimed as one of America’s 50 Greatest Golf Retreats by Golf Digest Index, rated one of the Best Residential Golf Courses and one of the Top 100 Modern Courses by Golfweek Magazine.
Completely surrounded by over 100,000 acres of the Coconino National Forest, Seven Canyons is a truly unique and awe-inspiring golf club. Tucked away in the middle of some of the world’s most spectacular scenery, Seven Canyons is an innovative concept designed expressly for accomplished individuals and families looking for a unique and congenial hideaway offering spectacular beauty, unsurpassed recreation and five-star service and amenities.
Located on 200 stunningly beautiful acres, Seven Canyons represents an opportunity of a lifetime for members and owners seeking a combination of natural exhilaration, serene relaxation and a chance to join one of the country’s finest clubs. Seven Canyons puts a premium on exceptional shot-making with small greens, narrow landing areas, classic-style bunkering, mature trees, natural water features and constant changes in elevation. And for golf purists, the best news of all is that the golf course is very walkable.
A rare jewel in an unprecedented setting, Seven Canyons is ‘irreplaceable real estate.’ Protected forever, it can never be duplicated. Highlighted by a par-70 championship golf course and a unique, highly-amenitized Club Village, Seven Canyons also features lavishly-appointed fractional and whole ownership Villas, 32 home sites, and 395 golf club memberships.
Perhaps Bradley S. Klein, architecture editor for Golfweek, best characterized the golf experience at Seven Canyons when he simply wrote, “Seven Canyons is the “IMAX” of golf.” Taking a page from the past, Weiskopf has created an Arizona masterpiece set in the middle of Sedona’s dramatic red rocks. A throwback to some of the great golf courses designed in the early 1900s, Seven Canyons is not long by modern standards, measuring 6,746 yards from the championship tees and playing to a par of 70.
“The design of Seven Canyons was a labor of love,” Weiskopf said. “When I first saw the property it took my breath away. Words do not give Seven Canyons justice. The challenge was to create a golf course that looked like it has been there for 100 years, and that was the most compelling reason I accepted the assignment.” “I can confidently say it is as good of a site as I have ever had to work with in Arizona. In time, it will certainly prove itself to be one of my best in the entire state.”
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