Arizona Traditions Golf Club Homes

Arizona Traditions Golf Club Homes

17225 N. Citrus Road | Surprise, AZ 85374
623.584.4000 |


Single Family Homes

•Arizona Traditions


Located in warm and beautiful Surprise, Arizona, the Arizona Traditions Golf Club is an 18-hole, par 70 public golf course that offers majestic views of the White Tank Mountains. Designed by Dick Bailey and opened in 1997, this year-round golf course offers four different sets of tees for varying skill levels. Playing from its most challenging tee level the course has a length of 6,235 yards with a USGA course rating of 68.7 and a slope of 115.

The overall condition of the course is excellent. Bermuda grass is used on both the fairways and the greens at this parkland style golf course. If anything, the greens may be considered a little slow due to the thickness level at which the greens are maintained. The overall design at Arizona Traditions incorporates a rolling terrain with over 300 mature pine trees present. It has a total of 22 bunkers with a contoured green-side providing enough of a challenge to make the course interesting in spite of the low number of bunkers. Compared to other golf courses in the area that are also located within residential developments, Arizona Traditions is wide enough to be comfortable, free of the encroachment points that are common in other such courses. The overall feel of the course is one that is sufficiently challenging to keep play interesting without overlapping into the realm of the frustrating or difficult. Playing the full course will usually take four to five hours.

The fifth hole is Arizona Tradition’s signature hole. A par -4 hole, it has the course’s only water hazard. The green is situated in such a way that the hazard wraps around the green from the front reaching to the right-hand portion of the green’s rear. Shots placed short of the green will usually succumb to this hazard.

With affordable green fees inclusive of cart rental and an open guest policy, Arizona Traditions offers a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. The dress code calls for a collared shirt, but denim is permitted. Metal spikes are not allowed. As far as the ancillary policies and services are concerned; for those wanting a little more physical rigor in playing the course, walking is permitted. Pull-cart rental service, however, is not available. Likewise, there is no caddie service. Tee times are available for an additional fee. A 20-tee driving range and pro shop are also on site.