The Boulders Golf Club, in Carefree, Arizona is a semi-private club with two championship courses, the North Course, a 6,811-yard, par-72 and the South Course, a 6,726-yard, par-71 that were both designed by architect Jay Morrish. Known for their rugged beauty, both courses are demanding of a player's attention to detail and course creativity. The North Course meanders around Black Mountain, providing spectacular views. While the South Course has the namesake's signature "Boulder Pile" and "Rosie's Rock" which will cause players to find themselves with awkward second and third shots if they're not careful. Both courses are in great shape, with fairways running smooth and greens moving fast. The Boulders Golf Club has a pro shop, fitness center and restaurant for its guests.