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Wigwam Golf Resort $

The Wigwam Rates at the iconic Wigwam start from $139 per night single, $169 per night double occupancy, and include one-night accommodations in a Fairway room, unlimited same-day consecutive golf play, daily breakfast and a $10 merchandise gift card valid for use in The Wigwam Golf Shop. Offer valid May 28 through Sept. 2, 2018. Must enter discount code: AGA2018 to receive special pricing. The Wigwam is located at

300 E. Wigwam Blvd., Litchfield Park. (623) 935-3811.

and families alike, as it offers more than 330 guest casitas and suites, a spa, a tennis complex, four pools (including one with a 25-foot tower) and two waterslides. Yes, you’ll want to bring the kids (seriously!) Completely renovated to provide guests a feeling


of nostalgia and old-school service (after all, it was opened in 1929), the resort offers a combination of elegance, casual atmosphere and loads of fun. Upon stepping outside of the throwback resort

that still exudes pure class, guests can savor a meal at Litchfield’s, which features farm-to-table and locally sourced menu items, kick back with a latte or cocktail at The Wigwam Bar or have a magnificent meal and beverage at Red’s Bar & Grill, which provides indoor and outdoor seating along with a lot of history in the forms of photos on the wall. Although the amenities and dining options are wide ranging, the resort’s three 18-hole courses stand

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enowned for its chief distinctive characteristic — Arizona’s only 54-hole golf resort — The Wigwam was designed for golfing couples

tall above all. The toughest (7,430 yards from the back tees) and most challenging of the three is the Gold Course, also known as “Arizona’s Monster.” A Robert Trent Jones, Sr. design, it has hosted a variety of U.S. Open qualifiers and NCAA Regional Championships and truly is the Gold standard of Arizona golf. Also a Robert Trent Jones, Sr. design, the Blue

Course is much shorter, at 6,000 yards from the tips is a delight for the entire family. Recently renovated along with the Gold Course, the Blue Course is considered a fair test for golfers of all skill levels. Likewise, the 6,852-yard Red Course is playable for all golfers, yet is certainly not a cake walk either — as it features 10 holes with water hazards. “Guests love that there are three courses to choose

from,” states Leo Simonetta, director of golf operations. “Many will play morning rounds, have lunch and then play another nine holes (or more) later on.” There also is a Camp Wigwam for the kids, as

well as movies in the pool and campfires complete with s’mores. Hey, what are you waiting for?


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