The astonishingly dramatic and visually breathtaking backdrop at Seven Canyons is something that has to be experienced to be believed.
Located within a stunning red rock canyon in Sedona, Arizona and designed by legendary PGA player and course architect Tom Weiskopf, Seven Canyons was once called the “IMAX of Golf” by Brad Klein (Golf Channel/Golf Advisor architecture editor, formerly of Golfweek Magazine). Measuring nearly 7,000 yards from the championship tees, the par-70 course continues to garner widespread critical acclaim for its challenging layout and stunning landscape. The course winds its way among jagged cliff faces, red rock monoliths and ancient ponderosa pines, creating risk/reward situations in a truly stunning setting. It literally took PGA Tour legend Tom Weiskopf’s breath away.
This private championship course, open exclusively to Seven Canyons Club members and via an exclusive access agreement, guests of Enchantment Resort in Sedona’s breathtaking Boynton Canyon.
It’s hard to imagine a more captivating setting — and the industry’s most prestigious publications agree.
In fact, Golf Digest ranks Seven Canyons amongst the top 25 Best Golf Courses in Arizona for 2017-2018 and USA Today named the club one of the Top 10 Courses in the world with the most “Epic Views.”
“When I first saw the property it took my breath away… the design was a labor of love.” Tom Weiskopf, Seven Canyons course architect.