Tucson Golf Courses
Other Tucson Golf Course Listings
Arthur Pack Desert Golf Course
Canoa Hills Golf Course
The clubhouse offers a lounge and an extensive snack and sandwich bar. Year-round, the course offers pristine, bentgrass greens and flawless, Bermuda grass fairways and tees, plus breath-taking mountain views. It utilizes the natural canyons and arroyos of the Santa Cruz River Valley to shape each eucalyptus and mesquite-lined hole.
Casa Grande Municipal Golf Course
Cliff Valley Golf Course
Country Club of the Green Valley
Desert Hills Golf Club
Dorado Golf Club
El Rio Municipal Golf Course
Layout includes tight fairways, small greens, relatively flat terrain, 2 lakes, and numerous trees. A feature hole is the 450-yard, par-4 No. 2, which requires some skillful maneuvering. Practice green, lighted driving range, and clubhouse facilities make this a popular year-round course. Certain discount rates available; phone for information.
Eloy Tohono Golf Course
49er Golf and Country Club
Francisco Grande Resort and Golf Club
Fred Enke Municipal Golf Course
One of the best desert courses in the Southwest, this semi-arid, limited-turf course features vast teeing areas, large greens, and strategic sandtraps. The heavily bunkered, 455-yard, par-4 No. 9 is quite formidable! Enjoy the practice green, lighted driving range, and bar & grill. Certain discount rates available; phone for information.
Experience the challenge and natural beauty of this Sonoran golf masterpiece. Private championship golf club by John Fought and Tom Lehman. Membership play, limited daily fee access beginning December 1998. Nestled against the Tortolita Mountains, The Gallery is located in the new Dove Mountain community, 20 minutes north-west of Tucson.
Haven Public Golf Course
Green Valley's oldest course, open to the public dawn to dusk, offers breathtaking mountain views. Wide fairways, Bermuda greens, big trees, and ponds complement a very "forgiving"course, Snack shop, bar, putting green, pitching area, and driving range. Also, Tortuga Golf Course -- par-3 pitch and putt, nine holes.
Voted one of Golf Digest's 1998-99 Places to Play. Our Arthur Hills designed course, in the scenic Tortolita Mountains features gorgeous greens, diverse playing environments, and challenges for golfers of every level. Large clubhouse with complete pro shop, full-service bar and grill, and banquet facilities. A US Home Community.
Surrounded by lush desert terrain, its narrow fairways with undulating, compact greens make shooting par 35 a true challenge. Native trees provide a stunning visual impact against verdant green. Dramatic changes in elevation, dropping 175 feet from the first tee, make judging distance a challenge.
Overlooking the city, the 8th hole (188 yards) was voted "Toughest Par 3 in Tucson." The Sunset course's open fairways and long holes provide a challenge. The 555-yard, par-5 No. 5 requires every type of shot to play over a pond to a 2-tiered green protected by bunkers.
Kino Springs Country Club
Built on old ranchland and owned by Hollywood star Stewart Granger, this course provides a thrilling round through varied terrain along the Mexican border.
The Links at Continental Ranch
The Links at Continental Ranch is the newest course in the greater Tucson area. Stretching nearly 7,000 yards through open territory north of Tucson, in Marana, this moderately priced course is carefully designed to mirror traditional Scottish layouts. It features stands of native grasses and sod-faced bunkers.
MountainView Golf Club
MountainView Golf Course is one of Tucson's newest 18 hole championship golf courses. Our course winds through high desert terrain, maximizing mountain views from just about every direction. Our greens are tiff-dwarf Bermuda. We have excellent practice facilities and a full-service golf shop and grill.
Traditional in design, the three nine-hole courses - Orange, Gold, and Green - are groomed to perfection and provide a fair test to players of all levels of ability. The 1998 Tucson Chrysler Classic was the 23rd PGA Tour golf tournament played on the Orange and Gold courses.
Palo Duro Creek Golf Course
Pueblo Del Sol Golf Course
Quail Creek Country Club
This country club sits at an elevation that invites golfers to view five mountain ranges. Designed by Ken Kavanaugh in 1989, the nine-hole desert course expanded when Kavanaugh added a back nine in the spring of 1998. The harsh desert setting is tempered by the entryway pecan groves and the signature hole waterfall. Holes that play over washes keep the course challenging.
Randolph North & Dell Urich Municipal Golf Courses
The longest in the city system, Randolph North offers trees, lush fairways, and nonstop views of Tucson's mountains. Practice green, lighted driving range, and clubhouse facilities. Dell Urich (formerly Randolph South) measures 5,270 from the front tees; 6,633 yards from the back tees. Certain discount rates available; phone for information.
Designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., this spectacular 6,916 yard layout meanders through the rugged and dramatically beautiful foothills of Tucson's Santa Catalina Mountains. Highlights include forests of towering giant saguaros, panoramic mountain vistas, and rare natural desert springs. It's a challenging, enjoyable golf experience players will never forget.
Rio Rico Resort & Country Club
Relax and experience Arizona's #3 rated golf resort, located in beautiful Southern Arizona. Enjoy spectacular golf, endless views, and a cool climate on our 18 hole course designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr. It's golf in the classic tradition.
Rolling Hills Golf Course
SaddleBrooke Country Club
San Ignacio Golf Club
At 3000-ft. elevation, this Arthur Hills design winds its way around water, through mesquite groves, and over hilly terrain. Bentgrass greens, multiple tee positions, and spectacular mountain views add to the enjoyment. Phone 800-465-3009 for affordable golf packages, or 800-472-5007 for John Jacobs' Golf Schools. Discounts available; phone for information.
Santa Rita Golf Club
Shadow Mountain Country Club
Silverbell Municipal Golf Course
Silverbell offers an unobstructed view of the Catalina and Tucson Mountains. On the west bank of the Santa Cruz River, this course is complemented by a practice green, lighted driving range, and clubhouse with bar & grill. Open to the public year-round. Certain discount rates available; phone for information.
Skyline Country Club
Number 15 is the signature hole, where hitting through a narrow pass on a 325-yard par 4 appears simple - but look out! Play the course the pros play, and enjoy superior service. Become a Starr Pass Preferred Player. Phone for details.
Sun City Vistoso Golf Club
One of southern Arizona's newest golf courses, Torres Blancas is the centerpiece of the 600-acre golf community, Santa Rita Springs. The gently rolling course stretches along the west bank of the Santa Cruz River and plays through one of Arizona's largest pecan orchards.
Tubac Golf Resort
Temperatures at Tubac's 3400-ft. elevation are considerably lower than in Phoenix and Tucson. Fed by the Santa Cruz River, the course and area are lush green. Traditional golf-course design features bentgrass greens, spacious Bermuda fairways, and mature cottonwoods. Stay with us and enjoy great rooms, discounted golf, and fine dining.
Tucson Country Club
Turquoise Valley Golf Course & RV Park
Ventana Canyon "Canyon" & "Mountain" Courses
Ventana Canyon is a 36-hole resort and residential property in the northeast foothills of the Santa Catalinas. Designed by Tom Fazio, the Canyon and Mountain courses accommodate Loews Ventana Canyon Resort members as well as guests of The Lodge at Ventana Canyon.
Westin La Paloma Resort & Country Club
Located in the foothills along Sunset Drive, the resort and country club features 27 holes on three distinct nines - Hill, Canyon, and Ridge. Jack Nicklaus stunned the community by creatively forging through terrain where golf was never before dreamed possible.