Trek in the Desert or Walk in the Park
Tee it up amind mountains, saguaros, and cactus blooms in Tucson and Southern Arizona. Choose from courses designed by such golf legends as Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Tom Weiskopf, and Robert Trent Jones Jr. Whether you prefer experiencing pure desert resort golf or testing your skills on the same course played by legends of the game, we have options for you.
It’s impossible to overlook the appeal of playing Omni Tucson National Resort to compare your score against PGA TOUR Champions who compete in the Cologuard Classic each March. If you’re looking for more than a full round, you can take on 36 holes at El Conquistador Golf at the Oro Valley Community Center and 27 holes at Starr Pass Golf Club at JW Marriott Tucson Starr Pass Resort & Spa. The biggest challenge may be keeping your eyes on the ball instead of the scenery at Ventana Canyon Golf Club or La Paloma Country Club. For a commanding view of the mountains surrounding the Tucson valley, check out The Highlands at Dove Mountain.
If you prefer to keep the wagers going after the game, the place to play and stay is at the Notah Begay-designed Sewailo Golf Club at Casino Del Sol Resort.
Municipal golf has been a part of Tucson’s fabric since the 1930s, and today, players can choose from local picks that include the user-friendly Crooked Tree and Dell Urich golf courses as well as the longest municipal track in the city, the parkland-style Randolph North Golf Course.
Just south of Tucson, San Ignacio Golf Club is a desert target course at its best. Test your skills against the signature 13th hole—this dogleg 522-yard par 5 comes complete with elevated tees and a lake along the left side.
Throughout the Tucson area, you’ll find beautiful golf courses for great value that keep you coming back for more.
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