Golf Resort & Stay & Play Reviews

As we have traveled around the United States, we have played some fantastic golf courses and stayed in some of the best golf resorts in the United States. Below is a link to our reviews of the best of the best golf resorts in America. The golf resort reviews have lots of pictures and will give you a good overview of the resort, their amenities, what we liked about the lodging options, fun things to see and do that are nearby the resort, and a good description of the golf course. Send us an email letting us know about your favorite golf resort.

Arizona Golf Resort Reviews

Cholla Golf Course at We-Ko-Pa
Scottsdale Golf Resort Stay & Play Reviews - Scottsdale, AZ - we spent a couple days enjoying the stay and play package at We-Ko-Pa Resort and hated to leave. The Resort is home to two spectacular Sonoran desert courses, each of which has it's own unique characteristics and personality. Plus you'll find seven restaurants, 5 bars, a casino, pool, good dining options, comfortable lodging, and very reasonable rates. Read our review of We-Ko-Pa Resort.
Westin La Paloma Golf Course

Tucson Golf Resort Stay & Play Reviews - Tucson, AZ - read our reviews of some of the best Tucson Golf Resorts to learn why we loved staying and playing in each one of these fantastic golf resorts.

All of these resorts offer excellent service, great amenities, a variety of choices for lodging, and good food. Plus each is home to some fantastic and top rated Arizona golf courses.

California Golf Resorts

One of the holes at Pelican Hill Golf Resort

Pelican Hill Resort - Newport Coast, CA - Wow, this is a "bucket list" resort and golf course. The resort is upscale with first class amenities and service, great dining options, and a choice of well done Bungalows or huge well appointed Villas.

If you like Tom Fazio designed courses, when you stay at Pelican Hill you can play two of his best designs. Each course has it's own personality but common to each are excellent conditions, treacherous white sand bunkers, forced carries over canyons and natural areas, risk reward opportunities, forecaddies that are a necessity for your first round, an upscale clubhouse, and stunning views of the Pacific Ocean from all 36 holes!


Florida Golf Resort Reviews

Reunion Resort

Florida Golf Resort Review - On a month long trip to Florida, we had the pleasure of enjoying some of the best golf resorts in Florida from the Atlantic Ocean to the Orlando area to the Gulf of Mexico and then up to Tallahassee in the Florida Panhandle. What a diverse set of award winning courses that range from easy resort style layouts in near perfect condition to some of the toughest courses in Florida to a course the pros play on the PGA Tour. Most of these Florida golf courses are at a resort with unique lodging, great food, excellent amenities, and good stay and play packages.


Louisiana Golf Resort Reviews

Cypress Bend Golf Course
Cypress Bend Resort - Many, LA - just across the border and sitting on a bluff overlooking Toledo Bend Lake is the fantastic Cypress Bend Resort. You won't find many courses like this one - very scenic with fantastic views of Toledo Bend Lake, huge elevation changes, great conditions, fair but very challenging, and a fun layout. In addition to an outstanding golf course, Cypress Bend Resort has a very good Stay & Play package, good food, a pool, spa, exercise room, sports bar, hiking and biking trails, and more. The Stay Play package is reasonably priced and can include a standard hotel type room overlooking the lake and golf course or one or two bedroom golf villas. Read our review of Cypress Bend Golf Resort.


Mississippi Golf Resort Reviews

Old Waverly Golf Course
Mississippi Golf Resorts and Golf Stay & Play Lodging - During a fun golfing vacation to Mississippi we played six different golf courses and enjoyed stay and play lodging at Beau Rivage Resort & Casino, Pearl River Resort & Casino, and lodging at Mossy Oak and Old Waverly. In addition to superb top ranked and award winning golf courses, we enjoyed some out of this world dining and excellent resort amenities including casinos, spas, pools, and more. You'll find lots more about our experience and our ratings and reviews of the courses in our Mississippi Golf Vacation article.


New Mexico Golf Resort Reviews

Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino
New Mexico Resorts on the Santa Fe Golf Trail - Albuquerque & Santa Fe Area - The Santa Fe Golf Trail is comprised of 8 fantastic nationally ranked golf courses - two of which we rated as 10's. Five of the eight courses are associated with some outstanding resorts and casinos - Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa, Sandia Resort & Casino. Each of the resorts is as impressive as it's golf course and they each have some great amenities - good food, pools, stables, tennis, spas, casinos, fitness centers, hiking trails, and stunning scenery. Here is a link to our reviews of the New Mexico resorts and casinos.


Oregon Golf Resort Reviews

Meadows Course at Sunriver Resort
Oregon Golf Resorts Around Bend - Golf Digest ranked Central Oregon, of which Bend is the center point, as one of the the "Top 25 Golf Destinations in the World!" There are over 24 courses on the Central Oregon Golf Trail several of which are designed by some of the best golf architects in the US (like Fazio, Nicklaus, Fought, Cupp, Robert Trent Jones, and more) and 3 of the courses are in Golf Digest's Top 100 Courses in the US. Each resort is unique and different from the others and is home to at least one great course, stay and play lodging, dining, and some resort type amenities. Check our our Central Oregon Golf Resort Reviews to learn more.


Texas Golf Resort Reviews

Oaks Course at the JW Marriott in San Antonio

Texas Golf Resort Review - Statewide - As you know, Texas is huge with very diverse terrain which makes golfing in Texas a unique experience. And the same is true with the golf resorts in Texas - they vary from huge (the largest JW Marriott in the United States with the toughest course in Texas) to small boutique type resorts (better know as dude ranches with golf courses) to hill country resorts with dramatic elevation changes to lowland courses on the coast that could easily flood if the tide was two feet above normal to desert resort courses or golf resorts on the shores of some of the best Texas Lakes. Here is a link to find our reviews of Texas Golf Resorts.


Golf Course Reviews by City or State

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