Putting green at Sedona golf course.

Exclusive. Inspiring.

Seven Canyons, the beautifully secluded Sedona golf course designed by legendary PGA player and course architect Tom Weiskopf, captures the breathtaking scenery of Sedona’s red rocks against regal evergreens.

Elevated tee at Sedona golf resort.

360 degrees of breathtaking beauty.

At an elevation of 4,600 feet, Seven Canyons is a day well spent among the natural scenery, challenging holes and awe inspiring views.

Measuring over 6,700 yards from the championship tees, the par-70 course continues to garner widespread critical acclaim for its challenging layout and stunning landscape.


A unique personality.

Seven Canyons boasts subtle contours and small greens alongside narrow landing areas and artfully placed bunkers.

Natural water features and mature trees only add to the majesty of the course’s scenic backdrop.

Sand bunkers at golf resort in Sedona.
Practice tee at Sedona golf resort.

Keep your eye on the ball.

The top-of-the-line practice facilities also feature a chipping area with a practice bunker, four target greens and a 5,000-square-foot practice green.

The pristine grounds include a practice park with 20,000 square feet of teeing space surrounded by nothing but Sedona’s staggering red rocks.

Sand trap at golf resort in Sedona.