Antelope Hills Golf Courses, operated by The City of Prescott, features 36 holes of championship golf in the beautiful mountains of northern Arizona.
At an elevation of 5,000 ft., the two courses sport bent grass greens and bluegrass fairways and the cool summer season makes for a great place to get out of the Arizona desert heat.
Stay & Play Special Packages
Take advantage of reduced green fees and discounts at Antelope Hills with our mid-week Stay & Play golf packages. Click here for details and participating properties.
The historic North Course opened in 1958 and is a traditional tree lined course with small greens that require more accuracy than power. The South Course was added to the facility in 1992 and is a more wide open track with large greens and plenty of mounding which is a totally different experience than the North Course. Both courses have as a backdrop the rugged rock formations of Granite Dells and the Bradshaw Mountains.
Over the years, Antelope Hills has hosted many PGA and USGA events including US Open Qualifying, Arizona State Junior Championships, PGA Southwest Section Pro-Assistant Championship, PGA Pro-Ams., as well as weekly events by the local Men’s and Ladies Golf Associations. The AGA annual Father-Son Championship has been played at Antelope Hills for over 50 years!
Supplementing the two courses is the main clubhouse featuring the Manzanita Grille with full service food and beverage activities. The main clubhouse patio looks out over the grass driving range toward the Bradshaw Mountains. Antelope Hills also serves golfers and non-golfing groups with banquet services. 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 weddings and receptions.
Antelope Hills is part of the national EZ Links reservation system where tee times can be made 24/7 by calling 928-777-1888 or from the EZ Links web site:
To book a tournament or outing please call our Tournament Director at 928-777-1882.
See you soon at Antelope Hills where golf is truly a FUN experience. Now that’s what I’m talking about!
Directions to the Course
Use the links below to get driving directions to the Antelope Hills Golf Course, provided by Google Maps.