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Flagstaff Arizona is a great place to play golf. Arizona gets over 300 sunny days per year, which means it's the perfect weather for golf. The average annual temperature is around 72 degrees, but summertime temperatures can go much higher. Flagstaff's ideally located to avoid those scorching temps in the summer with temperatures often 10 to 15 degrees lower than places like Phoenix. Flagstaff is in northern Arizona, where the layout of the land can vary. Some areas are surrounded by the famous red rock of the area, while other areas have high elevation and milder temperatures than the lower parts of the state. In this area, the rates and golf tee fees stay pretty consistent throughout the summer, but golf coupons and some golf discounts still apply even when the clubs aren't running any kind of specials. Arizona is the perfect place for desert golf where you can also take top quality golf lessons, because the sport is one of the most popular forms of recreation in the Flagstaff area.

Course Descriptions – There are 6 golf courses within Flagstaff, and only one of them is a public course. This is an area where the locals join private clubs for convenient golfing year round. The Forest Highlands Golf Club has two courses. The Canyon Course is an 18-hole private course with a par of 71, and The Meadow Course has 18 holes and a par of 72. Both span over 7,000 yards. The Pine Canyon Club's private course is an 18-holecourse with a par of 71, spanning over 7,200 yards. The course at the Aspen Valley Golf Club is a private course that's over 6,800 yards with 18 holes and a par of 72. The Continental Course at the Continental Country Club is the only public course with just over 6,000 yards with 18 holes and a par of 72. The Flagstaff Ranch Golf Club has 18 holes and a par of 71, with 7,200 yards.

Nearby Sedona offers some great public golf courses, with the Sedona Golf Resort course being the most notable. This course is ranked among the top 5 courses in the state of Arizona and is consistently rated as one of the best in the Southwest. It's an 18-hole course with a par of 71 that gives golfers the beautiful scenery of Sedona's red rocks. Another popular course there is the Oak Creek Country Club that winds golfers through the red rocks, too. This is an 18-hole, championship course designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. and Robert Trent Jones Jr.