We regret to announce the closure of Apache Stronghold. It has been our pleasure to have served you at our golf course over the years. We thank you for your patronage.
Apache Stronghold was ranked by Golfweek Magazine as one of the top golf courses in Arizona, Apache Stronghold was a par-72, high desert golf course with a USGA rating of 74.6 and a USGA slope of 145. Opened in 1999, the 7,519-yard long course was designed by acclaimed golf course architect Tom Doak.
The course challenged golfers with natural features, such as desert washes, rolling topography, and natural rugged bunkers, while our mountain and desert vistas were both panoramic and unspoiled. Apache Stronghold could also accommodate golfers all year round. At 3,200-feet elevation, the course was cooler than nearby Phoenix and Tucson during the summer months and mild during the winter season. With five sets of tees to choose from, the course accommodated casual to serious golfers.
Apache Stronghold was the place to go. With competitive terrain, cost-efficient prices, and numerous tee times each day, the course existed as one of the most inclusive golf courses around, making it a perfect spot for golfers of all talent levels.