Classic Arizona course undergoing enhancement project

Bunkers, cart paths being refurbished on the Billy Bell-designed Biltmore Arizona Golf Club Adobe Course.

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June 24, 2019

The Adobe Course at the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club is undergoing a bunker renovation and a cart path refurbishment project. Led by Nevada-based golf course renovation firm Pro Turf International, the bunker renovation is focused on modernizing and reshaping the course’s bunkers. The course will remain open for play during the project, with little to no impact expected on golfers.  
 
During the renovation project, which is expected to be completed by August, a total of 27 bunkers will be reshaped, relined and filled with new sand, and six bunkers will be eliminated.
 
“We continue to invest in and improve one of the state’s oldest golf courses,” Arizona Biltmore head golf professional Justin Creighton said. “When complete, the renovated bunkers and improved cart paths will give the Adobe Course a fresh, new look.”
 
This year marks the Adobe Course’s 90th birthday. As Arizona’s third-oldest golf course, the Billy Bell-designed course dates back to 1929, a few months before the Arizona Biltmore Hotel opened its doors.