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5 Best Golf Courses For Soaking Up Fall

BY Dena Roché | October 12, 2018 | Feature Features

Whether your idea of golf is The Birds Nest at the TPC or you're an avid golfer, the cooler fall temperatures make this the perfect time to learn or improve the game with interesting and new programs at golf clubs around town.
Westin Kierland Golf Club is sporting high-tech new golf bikes on the course.

1. The Westin Kierland Golf Club
It’s a family affair for Mike and Sandy LaBauve and their daughter, PGA pro Lindy. New to her role as director of instruction, Lindy evolved private
lessons to appeal to beginners and pros alike. From $115 per hour, 15636 N. Clubgate Drive, Scottsdale

2. Wildfire Golf Club
The home of the LPGA Founders Cup, Wildfire Golf Club Academy is known for its unique Adaptive Golf instruction that empowers individuals with physical and mental challenges to learn the game. From $125 per hour, 5350 E. Marriott Drive, Phoenix

3. Camelback Golf Club
This fall the club will host the Arizona Women’s Golf Association’s Golf 101 program to introduce more women to the game through a six-week course. $150 per hour private lesson, 7847 N. Mockingbird Lane, Scottsdale

4. Desert Mountain Club
Six PGA instructors use 3D Doppler radars, a gesture recognition training and teaching system, and the AMM 3D sensor known as the “MRI of your golf swing” to help golfers take their game to the next level. From $105 per hour, 37700 Desert Mountain Parkway

5. Troon North Golf Club
The Golf Academy offers one- to five-day programs with five hours of instruction using video analysis with pro Doug Hammer, and a chance to play the recently renovated Tom Weiskopf course daily. From $595, 10320 E. Dynamite Blvd., Scottsdale

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