The Monument Course overview
Designed by Tom Weiskopf in 1990, the Monument Course at Troon North Golf Club has become one of the best courses in the area. Renowned for its incredible back nine, this desert-style layout plays just over 7000 yards from the tips with five sets of tee boxes available.
Stunning rock formations litter the property and dramatic elevation changes provide players with breathtaking views of the surrounding area. Kept in pristine conditions, the Monument Course can be enjoyed by players of all skill levels.
Wide, rolling fairways help keep the course playable while quick, undulating greens challenge even the most experienced players. A unique and memorable experience from start to finish, this Troon North Course is highly recommended.
The signature hole on the Monument Course at Troon North is the par-5 3rd hole. Measuring 564 yards from the back tees, players are provided stunning views of the surrounding desert and mountains. Sitting in the middle of the fairway is a giant rock formation that golfers will need to play around. A memorable hole from start to finish, the 3rd is the Monument Courses most noteworthy.
Did You Know?
The front nine of the Pinnacle Course and back nine of the Monument Course helped make up the original 18 holes at Troon North Golf Club.
Accommodation near Monument Course
Hyatt House Scottsdale/Old Town
In the heart of Old Town Scottsdale and just 15 minutes from the airport, Hyatt House Scottsdale/Old Town offers clean and comfortable rooms that are located close to the area’s best golf.
Boulders Resort & Spa
Boulders Resort & Spa, 20 miles north of Scottsdale and set on the virtually untouched landscape in the foothills of the Sonoran Desert, offers guests a unique southwestern stay with two golf courses onsite.