Golf Real Estate in Show Low

Show Low is a city in Navajo county. Like Flagstaff, Show Low has four beautiful seasons. In the spring, fields of wild flowers are appear, the summers are cool, in the fall there's new colors on the trees, and the winters bring the town fresh snow. It's location at 6,400 feet above sea level makes it a popular place in the summer especially for people in Phoenix (175 miles northeast) or Tucson (195 miles north) on US 60 in northeastern Arizona.

Streets and Pine Trees

In this mountain area, there's various water recreational activities, ski resorts, and you'll find all sorts of Trout species, as well as Bass, Walleye, and Crappie.

Bison Golf Course
860 N 36th Drive
Show Low, AZ 85901
Phone: (928) 537-8354

Bison Crossing is situated in the western section of Show Low. The Golf Estates subdivision offers ready to build homesites and new homes.

Torreon Golf Club
651 S. Torreon Loop
Show Low, AZ 85901
Phone: (928) 532-8000

Home prices range from the low $100,000s to just over $2,000,000 depending on the location and size of the home. Some of more expensive areas on Vine Maple Lane, Silverleaf Lane and Jimson Loop.

Cabin home in Show Low

The Gary Panks designed golf course features 18 hole that are in complete harmony with the natural rolling hills of the regions terrain. There'a a putting green for practice and a 280 yard driving range. After golf, there's the Sandbaggers Bar & Grill to order breakfast, lunch or dinner and drinks.

Silver Creek Golf Club
2051 Silver Lake Blvd.
Show Low, AZ 85901
Phone: (928) 537-2744

A semi-private 18-hole golf course deisgned by Gary Prank in White Mountain Lake. reviews from clients range from, "Everything you are looking for in a great golf course" to "Outstanding course, a challenge for the seasoned golfer and fun for a beginner".

White Mountain Country Club
23644 Country Club Circle
Pinetop, AZ 85935
Phone: 928-367-4357

A par 72 18-hole golf course in Pinetop, Arizona offers golfers 6,523 yards from the longest tees. The course was designed by Milton Coggins, ASGCA/Grey Madison .