Golfing in Tempe, Arizona offers a truly unique and captivating experience, showcasing the beauty of the desert landscape and the challenges it presents. With its arid climate, low humidity, and high temperatures, the environment at Ken McDonald Golf Course can be quite unique. As you step onto the course, you'll be greeted by native flora and fauna including desert cotton tail rabbits and native birds, like roadrunners, quails, and the curve-billed thrasher.
At Ken McDonald Golf Course efficient water management practices are of utmost importance. At the golf course, we employ innovative strategies to maximize water conservation while still providing an enjoyable golfing experience. Artificial lakes, ponds, and strategically placed water features not only enhance the visual appeal of the course but also serve as sources for irrigation and refuge for course wildlife. By carefully monitoring water usage and implementing technologies like weather-based irrigation systems, we can optimize water application and continue our commitment to water conservation.