150 yard posts in the center of each fairway mark distance to the center of the green. Sprinkler heads are marked to the center of each green.
Longbow Golf Club challenges golfers to be long from the tee and accurate to the green. The greens which are guarded by well-placed bunkers feature a fair amount of
undulation and provide for challenging pin-placement options No homes or roads intrude into the interior of the playing field, and the short distances from green to next tee make walking
an enjoyable option.
Improved playability and added intrigue provided the inspiration for the redesign and Ken Kavanaugh, who designed the original course, was enlisted to create the new Longbow Golf
Club. The layout added 253 yards of additional length from the tips and challenges golfers to be long from the tee and accurate to the green. Additional
acreage also allowed Kavanaugh to incorporate expanded fairways and spacious practice facilities in the final product. Managed by Troon Golf. For a pictorial review click on
the review link near the top of this page.
From Scottsdale take the Loop 101 South. Exit on Loop 202 heading East towards Mesa. Exit the Loop 202 south on Higley Road to Longbow Parkway. Turn Left on Longbow Parkway. The
clubhouse will be on your right.
Visit the Arizona Golf Association Website to obtain information on becoming a member of this non-profit organization which represents amateur golfers and provides programs and
support for golf in Arizona.