October 28, 2020
Forgiving Fairways Stand Out at Talking Rock
Golf, at about 5,000 feet elevation, is a different experience. It’s kind. Imagine that possibility. And we like to think a friendly course makes any round that much more enjoyable.
Talking Rock’s championship course, designed by renowned architect Jay Morrish, is just that. It plays with the landscape while presenting challenges that meet players exactly where they are, at pretty much any skill level. Most notably, Talking Rock’s course is woven together with a series of forgiving fairways, each one kept in immaculate condition.
It’s just part of the way we do things at Talking Rock, folding hospitality and exceptional service into every inch of this exclusive community.
Beyond Talking Rock’s collection of amicable fairways, the elevation of the course allows for tee shots to hold on a little longer, taking advantage of the welcome, split-second of additional hang time that comes with playing in this type of environment.
While the course does present the possibility for an admirable scorecard, it isn’t without hazards. Morrish designed the course to include strategic placement of sprawling bunkers and challenging water, just to keep players on their toes, allowing them to utilize skillful approach shots and work around obstacles throughout the round.
The spectacular mountain views, the serenity of the tranquil environment, and the comfortably mild climate are all just added bonuses of playing a private, year-round course in Prescott, Arizona.
Want to give Talking Rock’s course a try? Reserve a Discovery Experience, and take time to get to know what life is like in this unique community.