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Grayhawk Golf Club (TALON) Scottsdale Arizona. Hole 17 Par 3
Grayhawk Golf Club (TALON) Scottsdale Arizona. Hole 17 Par 3
Grayhawk Golf Club TALON Scottsdale Arizona. Hole 16 Par 4
Grayhawk Golf Club TALON Scottsdale Arizona. Hole 16 Par 4

Grayhawk Golf Club (Talon)

Scottsdale, AZ
Reviewed by:  jjrauen, Brea
Played here Sunday 3/26.
Overall, excellent conditions and great service, inside and out.First time here, so moved up a tee box to help with navigation. No GPS, but a good two side color layout card available with starter.

From my experience with Scottsdale / Phx golf, fairly typical layout. Very few holes are adjacent to others and waste areas are more in play than difficult rough conditions.

Fairways were excellent, beautiful emerald green coverage throughout. A good amount of mounding, which can create a few uneven lies, but mostly on the edges of fairways.

Greens were just a touch on firm side, but rolled beautifully. Very few unrepaired ball marks, although I did start early in the day (730am). Pin placements on this day (my only negative) were very difficult. 15 of 18 were on the very edge or corners of the green which made for very difficult shot making. Any slight miss was exacerbated.

Bunkers were very good, full of medium light brown sand. No issues with play-ability. Some are very deep so avoiding the is key.

While several holes looked similar, there are a couple very fun and interesting. I found back nine much more interesting than front. 13 (drivable par 4) and 17 (island green) a were memorable. Position from the tee important on both sides.

Phil’s Grill (as in Mickelson) was a great place to enjoy the 19th hole routine. Spacious clubhouse, lockers, and practice area.

On-line tee times allow for ‘last minute’ discounts and will provide a significant savings if you can wait until just 2-3 days before booking.

Highly recommend.