IronOaks offers an unforgettable line-up of golf with two of the best public golf courses in the East Valley. 45 holes offer a flexible game every time you come to play.
The Oakwood course, is known for its three distinct (9-holes each) Keith Foster design & Forest Richardson renovation design - one parkland, one traditional links and one navigating lakes. Oakwood is a favorite for fans who love a fast game.
The newly-renovated Ironwood course offers 5,100 yards of challenging golf. Winding through lush grounds with two water features, two par-5's, seven par 3's and nine par-4's make for a 'fast, rewarding round of golf for players of all skill levels.Oakwood Tee Times Ironwood Tee Times Rates & Specials Click here for the Chelsea system
Get involved! The Adopt-A-Hole program involves golf members and homeowners in the improvement of the golf course play-ability and the aesthetics for homes along the course. Experience the camaraderie among golfers, residents and the golf team. For more information on how to sign up and program details, click "Learn More".
Director of Golf, PGA, MS
Since 2011, Eddy has been the Director of Golf and in charge of both the Oakwood and Ironwood golf courses. His responsibilities include Marketing and Memberships sales, Tournament Sales, Merchandising, Staffing, Member relations, and budget creation for the golf operations. Eddy has been a Golf Professional for 20+ years and is a member of the PGA of America. He has a BA in Marketing from New Mexico State, Certification in Executive Coaching and Leadership Development. He Graduated from the PGA Golf Management Program at New Mexico State, and has a Masters of Science from Eastern Kentucky University with an emphasis in Sport Management. Eddy has been recognized by the PGA and Golf Foundation as a leader in "Growing the Game" through the many clinics and Play Golf America events that he has conducted at previous golf programs. He was recognized as an instructor for Eastern Kentucky University in conjunction with the YMCA that promoted health and recreation to children who have physical and mental disabilities. He assisted in creating one-on-one training for adults with MS or physical disabilities.