No matter how long you’ve been out of school, summer always gives you the urge to embark upon a vacation. Since we’ve already shared some of the favorite international destinations of Trilogy members, staycation ideas to enjoy in your area and tips on how to best enjoy a cruise, we wanted to share a different kind of travel idea – one centered around the beautiful golf courses offered at and around Trilogy resort communities.
With 6 Trilogy communities currently offering spectacular golf courses, some designed by master course architects, and 2 additional communities in Florida and Arizona slated to add courses, there are plenty of destinations you – and your clubs – can take advantage of.
Take a look at the map below, detailing where our courses are, print it if you’d like, and start to pack up your clubs for air travel, settle them into an RV, or clear out your trunk for a west coast road trip to play each golf course!
Continue reading for additional information on Trilogy golf courses and click on the links below to see the best route to each course from your location so you can begin to plan where you want to start your trip.
1). The Golf Club at Hawks Prairie. Adjacent to Shea Homes at Jubilee, the Golf Club at Hawks Prairie offers a challenging course with spectacular views.
2). The Golf Club at Rio Vista. Near Trilogy at Rio Vista, the Golf Club at Rio Vista invites you to practice at its driving range before taking a cart out onto the Ted Robinson-designed 18-hole championship course.
3). Monarch Dunes Golf Club. Trilogy at Monarch Dunes offers two courses for avid golfers. An 18-hole championship, knowns as the “Old Course” as well as a 12-hole, Par-3 “Challenge Course.”
4). Wickenburg Ranch Golf & Social Club. A premier golf destination, the course was designed over a decade by two passionate stewards of the game, Bill Brownlee with M3 Companies® and Wendell Pickett of Greey|Pickett. The course offers maximum playability, shot values, and enjoyment.
5). Vistancia Golf Course. This Gary Panks designed championship course awarded Golf Digest’s highest five-star rating and offers tee ranges from 5,573 yards to 7,259 yards, allowing players of every skill level to enjoy this exceptional test of golf.
6). Encanterra Country Club Golf Course. The 18-hole course located at Encanterra Country Club was designed by Tom Lehman and boasts a core style layout. It has been voted one of the top ten private courses in the U.S. by GOLF Magazine, Golfweek and LINKS Magazine and hosts events such as The Gateway Tour’s Tour Championship, The Thunderbirds Classic for the Junior Golf Association of Arizona and the US Open Sectional Qualifying.
Let us know below which course you’d like to visit most.