Swing into the Sonoran Desert
Tucson, Arizona, is home to a unique golf experience, with high-desert courses ranked among the best in the world. Our courses have been the setting for many notable golf events, including the Colorguard Classic, PGA Tour Champions Golf Tournament, and the World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championship.
Start your picturesque weekend on the right foot with one of our beautiful golf areas featured below.
The Lodge At Ventana Canyon
This renowned golf oasis offers two well-known championship golf courses designed by architect legend Tom Fazio. Each hole offers something new with a mountain backdrop so close you can make out fine details in the surrounding rocks.Regards to Difficulty — The Canyon Course rated 71.7; or the Mountain Course rated 72.8.
Spend the perfect afternoon on the green in Oro Valley, surrounded by the beautiful Tucson skyline.
El Conquistador Golf and Tennis
This everyday play course offers golf for all skill levels. With unobstructed mountain views and baby blue desert skies, this course is a golfer's paradise!Regards to Difficulty — The 18-hole Cañada Course rated 72.0; the 18-hole Conquistador Course, rated 72.4; or the 9-hole Pusch Ridge Course, rated 66.8.
The Views Golf Club
An 18-hole championship course inspired by the beauty of the Sonoran Desert. As the name suggests, the enchanting mountain views take this round to the next level.Regards to Difficulty — The Views rated 77.9.
Omni Tucson National Resort
Home of the PGA’s Cologuard Classic, Omni is yet another chance to test your skill set against those of the pros.Regards to Difficulty — Sonoran Course rated 70.9; or Catalina Course rated 75.4.
Sewailo Golf Club
A great golf option within the city of Tucson at the Casino Del Sol Resort, Spa, and Conference Center. The course showcases the natural beauty of the Sonoran Desert. This challenging course measures over 7,400 yards from the championship tees.Regards to Difficulty — Varies by tee placement from 66.8 to 75.1.
JW Marriott Starr Pass Golf Club
Head to GolfNow to book a tee time at one of three outstanding courses designed by none other than the legend of golf legends, Arnold Palmer.Regards to Difficulty — Combined into 18 holes, the Roadrunner and Rattler course has a difficulty rating of 71.7; Combining the Roadrunner and Coyote courses results in a 71.6 difficulty rating.
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