Talking Stick Golf Club, in Scottsdale, Arizona, is a 36-hole golf course resort designed by respected architects Ben Crenshaw and Bill Coore. The O'odham Course is a 7,133-yard, par-70 course with fairly wide holes that will compliment players that prefer smart shots over long shots. Many of the holes twist and turn, requiring the discipline to properly attack the greens. Speaking of the greens, they're mostly level with the fairways, allowing for low burners to roll up to the putting surface. The Piipaash Course is a 6,833-yard, par-71, that is considered to be more straightforward but does have elevated greens you'll have to attack. Overall, this course is more traditional in its layout and would be a great choice for more novice golfers looking to take the next step in their golfing game. The Talking Stick Golf Club has a 17,000 square foot driving range, so you'll certainly find room to practice all your swings before hitting the tee.