Course Details

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The Golf Course at Continental CC

Situated below Mount Elden in Flagstaff, AZ, the 18-hole championship golf course at Continental Country Club was designed by Bob E. Baldock. Here, golfers find a quiet and peaceful round of golf at what feels like a destination club.

View of the course at Continental Country Club

Staffed with talented and devoted professionals, Continental Country Club is among the area's best-rated public courses. Our main desire is for members and guests, alike, to have a memorable golfing experience. Come see us today!

We are proud to offer our guests and members the following golf amenities:

  • 18-Hole Championship Course
  • Practice Facility (Not Located on Property)
  • Golf Shop
  • Golf Lessons & Clinics
  • Golf Tournaments


Updated October 12th 2020
Golf Shop 
First Tee Time 9:00am
Last Tee Time 4:00pm
Cart Return 6:00PM

Range Hours

Aerating Course
Mid October- Tee's and Fairways
November 4th-5th- Greens

Sanitation Remains a Priority

Posted on April 15, 2020

Golf Course and Range are still OPEN!
We’re OPEN and look forward to your golf at CONTINENTAL. Thank you for being a part of Continental golfing family and we appreciate your support over the years. We always do our best to take good care of you, and we’re doing even more now to help ensure your health and safety while you’re at Continental Country Club.

Our team works hard to be certain our equipment and facilities are always clean and in good order, and we have redoubled these efforts in light of recent events. Extra care is being given when cleaning golf carts between each use and all the hard surfaces within the golf shop and surrounding areas.

Things to keep in mind: Golf can be a great way to take a break from more serious concerns, enjoying time outdoors with friends and family. When you come to play golf at Continental, or wherever you choose to play, we have a few ideas to help ensure your health and safety on the golf course.

  • Be mindful of your personal space, keeping at least six feet from other players (stay outside of gimme distance).
  • Consider walking or alternating driving the golf cart while your partner walks in order to maintain social distance.
  • Consider leaving the flagstick in the cups throughout the round. As you know the USGA recently approved.
  • Don’t handle other players’ clubs.
  • Wash your hands several times during the round.
  • Forego the traditional handshake after holing out on the 18th. If you must, offer an elbow tap, a tip of the cap or perhaps a bow…just remember to keep your hands to yourself.

Only you can decide if playing golf is a safe activity at this time. If you do choose to join us for a round, rest assured we’ll do everything we can to make sure you’re safe and have a great time.