TEES PAR YARDS RATING SLOPE
1 Raven 72 7258 73.8 (M) 132 (M)
2 Silver 72 6833 71.6 (M) 126 (M)
3 White 72 6228 68.9 (M) 74.0 (L) 119 (M) 131 (L)
4 Gold 72 5402 65.3 (M) 69.8 (L) 111 (M) 118 (L)

The Founders Course

In the shadows of the White Tank Mountains, just a short drive west of Phoenix, lies 36 holes of championship golf designed by PGA Tour star and Ryder Cup Captain, Tom Lehman. The Verrado Golf Club, with two thrilling layouts meandering the desert, filled with ancient saguaro cacti, old growth Ironwoods, and plenty of wildlife to distract you from unparalleled views of the valley. Both the Founder’s Course and the Victory Course stretch to more than 7,000 yards, offering the skilled player a very difficult test, while the common man can play 5 sets of tee boxes, making for a fun, enjoyable round of golf. The jaw dropping views and rugged natural beauty will remain a memory that yearns for another chance to play the Verrado Golf Club. Following golf, the Verrado Grille restaurant offers a menu full of choices to satisfy most any taste bud, and the views from the patio aren’t too bad.

An 18-hole championship golf course, the Founder’s Course at Verrado Golf Club features a dramatic mountainside setting with massive rock outcroppings, large desert washes, picturesque box canyons and dramatic elevation changes. The course also offers magnificent views of the nearby White Tank Mountains and the Phoenix skyline. From the tips, the course plays to nearly 7,300 yards and will give even the most accomplished player a thrilling test of golf. However, course architects John Fought and PGA Tour Player, Tom Lehman created the course with generous landing areas and five sets of tee boxes ensuring players of all abilities a legitimate chance at par.