Apache Stronghold Golf Club, in San Carlos, Arizona, is a 7,519-yard, par-72 is a championship golf course recently ranked #20 in the Top 25 Courses for Layout in the United States in 2020 by Golf Advisor. Designed by acclaimed golf architect Tom Doak and opened in 1999, this high desert course is consistently named a Top Golf Course in Arizona by Golfweek. You'll be challenged from the first tee until you finish on the 18th, with rolling hills, slopping fairways, rugged waste bunkers and harsh elevation changes. With five sets of tees on every hole, we're certain you'll find a way to keep the course challenging but not overwhelming. Apache Stronghold Golf Club has traditionally cooler weather during the summer months compared to Tucson and Phoenix, making it a popular choice for those looking to escape the heat while staying local. Before teeing off, head to the practice area to hit a bucket of balls and roll a few putts to gather the speed of the greens.