The golf experience at Ventana Canyon offers a unique blend of challenge and playability. Both the Mountain and the Canyon courses meander from one unique hole to another. Four sets of tees allow each player to test his or her ability on a well-marked and manicured course. A spacious practice facility, an award winning Golf Shop with an attractive line of clothing, equipment and merchandise, and a player service staff are guaranteed to meet your every need.
El Rio Golf Course dates back to the 1930s and was the original site for the Tucson Open. The course was operated as a country club until 1968 when the City of Tucson acquired it for public use. The course layout features tight fairways, small greens, relatively flat terrain, two lakes, and numerous trees. El Rio is ideal for the "short knocker," measuring 6,000 yards from the regular tees, and 6,400 from the back tees.
The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, Dove Mountain was unveiled to a global audience during the 2009 World Golf Championships - Accenture Match Play Championship. The 64 top-ranked players returned February 15, 2010, to produce another week of exciting golf competition on the new desert layout, where the elevation ranges from 2,300 to 3,000.
The Pines, one of the premier Tucson golf courses, offers a mix of dramatic elevation changes and stunning mountain views with 18 enjoyable holes. Our level of customer service ranks high amongst Tucson golf courses and our commitment to excellence will add to your adventure to make your outing a one of a kind Tucson, Arizona golfing experience.
The Golf Club at Vistoso is an award-winning, Tom Weiskopf-designed 18-hole course. This semi-private course was built in 1995 and is nestled between the Tortolita and Santa Catalina Mountains. Vistoso is Spanish for "colorful views" and this course is equipped with dramatic scenery and impeccable conditions. This beautiful dessert course is one of the best properties that Tucson has to offer. Vistoso has been given a 4.5 star rating from Golf Digest and has been rated the Best Public Course in Tucson.
Is semi-private and offers golf to both members and the general public. From a challenging venue at over 7,000 yards, to amore forgiving course at 5,213 yards, Starr Pass offers unbelieveable views of the Tucson Valley.
Enormous cacti, silhouetted by the setting sun, for most of us the Giant Saguaro is the universal symbol of the American West. And yet, these majestic plants are only found in a small portion of the United States. Saguaro National Park protects some of the most impressive forests of these sub-tropical giants, on the edge of the modern City of Tucson.
The longest golf course in the City of Tucson system, Randolph measures 7,000 yards from the championship tees and 6,500 yards from the regular tees. The scenic course setting offers numerous tall trees, lush fairways, and a beautiful view of the mountains surrounding Tucson.
With Tucson's only Mobil four star rated resort spa, two championship golf courses, 128 oversized guest rooms, and amazing cuisine, Omni Tucson National is sure to take your breath away.
Passing through the gates of an old frontier town, visitors from around the globe are transported back to a time when fearless men with six shooters ruled the Old West. Saunter down the streets of Hollywood's most famous movies; walk in the footsteps of movie legends like John Wayne, Clint Eastwood and hundreds more.
An uphill hole with the Santa Catalina Mountains in the background. A well-placed tee shot leaves a short pitch over a low natural bunker into a softly contoured green.
The Resort offers 45 holes of championship golf on three exceptional, pristine courses. Whether you're a beginner or pro, our courses provide challenging, exciting play with course enhancements by the original architect, Greg Nash, to provide the highest quality throughout our Southwest resort.
The major features of the course are its vast teeing areas, large greens, strategic bunkers and sand traps, and most important of all, its concept as a semi-arid, limited turf course. Grass is used only on the tees, ball landing area, and greens, with undisturbed native plants comprising the remainder of the landscaping.
This is a typical desert course. The signature hole is #7, a 140-yard, par 3, requiring a tee shot over water. Water hazards come into play on at least five holes.
Along the way, Arizona National Golf Club's diverse 6,785 yard layout will throw enough decisions and classic golf-in-the-desert challenges at you to test the very limits of your ability. Yet, it has the flexibility to do so without ever becoming unfair.
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