Cabin Course

The Cabin course is the idyllic complement to its sister Tower course and, for those who want to fit 36 holes of golf in one day, this stretch of landscape in Arizona’s high country is beyond description. With shadows emanating from the treetops high above, effortlessly cascading across the fairways and greens, the Cabin course is another exquisite work of art. With more dramatic elevation changes and diverse land swells and ravines, the Cabin course offers its members and guests a slightly more demanding 18 holes. With a firm test of accuracy and versatility on virtually every hole, the Cabin course will force players to use every club in their bag. "The direction of the Cabin course seamlessly blends in with the natural terrain setting up more challenging approach shots to tighter greens, dictating more golf course management,” said Mike Smelek, the golf course architect whom, along with partners Robert von Hagge and Richard Baril, designed the Cabin course in 2007.


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