Mild January Brings Out Golfers In Prescott

Mild January temperatures, coupled with fluid rate adjustments, have brought out many to golf at Antelope Hills and its 36 holes of championship golf in the beautiful mountains of Northern Arizona.

At an elevation of 5,000 feet, the two courses sport bent grass greens and bluegrass fairways. Both courses have as a backdrop the rugged rock formations of Granite Dells and the Bradshaw Mountains.

Supplementing the two courses is the main clubhouse featuring the Manzanita Grille with full service food and beverage activities.

The clubhouse patio overlooks the south course and the scenic Bradshaw Mountains and is a great place to enjoy a cool drink after golf. The newly remodeled Centennial Center on the north course is a perfect spot for private meetings with food and beverage needs as well as a great location for group parties, including banquets, wedding receptions, business lunch meetings and other functions for groups.

Visit Antelope Hills Golfto learn more.

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  • John Heiney
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    201 S Cortez St

  • 928-777-1220

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