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  Longbow Golf Club

First opened in 1997, Longbow Golf Club immediately established itself as a modern classic in the East Valley. Following a complete redesign in 2001, the new Longbow is even better. With the addition of a striking new clubhouse, expanded acreage and totally revamped practice facility, Longbow more than ever is a

In the very capable hands of developer Daedalus Real Estate Advisors, LLC and OB Sports Golf Management, Longbow is committed to a simple goal: presenting a facility of superior quality at an affordable price. With the Grand Re-Opening in mid-November 2003, golfers will get their first look at a myriad of enhancements that already had serious course connoisseurs buzzing with anticipation. The distinctive new clubhouse embraces a contemporary architectural style. It is composed of materials such as native stone, raw steel and stucco. The structure offers every state-of-the-art amenity including a spacious outdoor patio with fans, heaters, misters, and outdoor kitchen and bar, an enormous patio fireplace, convenient drive-up snack shop, cozy restaurant and well-appointed golf shop.

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Purists will surely appreciate the beauty of the core golf experience that is Longbow. No homes or roads intrude on the interior of the playing field. The adjacent business park is set generously back from the golf course on its outside perimeter maintaining the mountain views and overall feeling of serenity. Purists appreciate the short distances from green to the next tee making walking a most viable option.


Six of the brand new holes on the front nine ribbon through formerly unused acreage east of the old layout and boast significant shifts in elevation. From the elevated teeing ground at No. 5, much of the course can be viewed below. The front nine rises and falls as much as 60 feet, while the back nine flows gracefully in low, level contrast. Both nines play more difficult than they appear, surprising golfers with subtle challenges. Kavanaugh

Certain holes may look familiar but play in a new sequence, such as No. 17!

Course Amenities:   Public •  Practice facility •  Driving Range •  Snack Bar •