Bill Satterfield

Bill Satterfield's Take on Papago Golf Course

Phoenix / Scottsdale, Arizona | Papago Golf Course

Architect: William F. Bell
Year: 1963

5595 East Moreland Street, Phoenix, Arizona 85008
(602) 275-8428

driving range available
motorized carts available

What to Expect: Papago is one of the most celebrated municipal courses in Arizona’s history and a staple in the city of Phoenix. Bordered by scenic Papago Park, the course enjoys views of unique desert rock formations found on its neighbor while also boasting fairways framed by trees; a rarity in the desert. The William Bell design is what you would expect from a course that has hosted the U.S. Amateur Public Links; a no gimmicks course with traditional parkland shaped bunkers and a stout but fair challenge. The course features gentle undulation in the terrain and thus lends itself to a comfortable walk if you want to save on the cart fee. The course is convenient to the airport and priced reasonably year round which makes it easy visit when in the area.

Signature Hole: 11th – 187 Yard Par 3
Papago Golf Course
Best Par 3: 4th – 233 Yards
Papago Golf Course
Best Par 4: 13th – 402 Yards
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Best Par 5: 15th – 585 Yards
Papago Golf Course
Birdie Time: 12th – 322 Yard Par 4
Papago Golf Course
Bogey Beware: 8th – 253 Yard Par 3
Papago Golf Course