Hotel Guide . Music . Dining . Attractions
Tucson, AZ   Attractions

Attractions . Golf Courses


Tucson Golf Courses
    Tucson golf courses run the gamut from Scottish traditional to desert nouveau, from PGA challengers to public fairways, but all enjoy the mild Tucson weather. Tucson golf courses are consistently rated by players and reviewers as some of the country's best, with courses designed by Tom Fazio and Jack Nicklaus.

    Arthur Pack Desert Golf Club Arthur Pack Desert Golf Club
    9101 North Thornydale Road, Tucson AZ 85742; Tel. 520.744.3322
    A public Tucson golf course popular with locals and Tucson visitors looking to save some greenbacks on Tucson greens.
    Canoa Hills Golf Course Canoa Hills Golf Course
    1401 W. Camino Urbano, Green Valley AZ; Tel. 520.648.1880
    With Bermuda tees and large greens, the Canoa Hills Golf Course is a popular public Tucson golf course with a reputation for being a tight course that demands golfing precision.
    El Conquistador Country Club-Resort and Sunrise Course El Conquistador Country Club-Resort and Sunrise Course
    10555 North La Canada, Tucson AZ; Tel. 520.544.1770
    A well-manicured private Tucson golf course running alongside the base of the Santa Catalina Mountains and overlooking Oro Valley. The Country Club also features tennis courts, a stable and other outdoor activities for the whole family in Tucson.
    El Rio Golf Course El Rio Golf Course
    1400 W. Speedway, Tucson AZ; Tel. 520.623.6783
    The first golf course to host the Tucson Open, Tucscon's El Rio Golf Course was built in the 1930s and lived many years as a private course. Public since 1968, this downtown Tucson golf course is characterized by a flat terrain and old trees.
    Fred Enke Golf Course Fred Enke Golf Course
    8251 E Irvington Road, Tucson AZ; Tel. 520.791.2539
    Great for sniper golfers, this Tucson golf course is a great example of desert golf courses, challenging the golfer to chase the greens over large areas of non-irrigated desert terrain.
    Heritage Highland Golf Club Heritage Highland Golf Club
    4949 W. Heritage Club Blvd., Tucson AZ
    A hilly Tucson golf course, the Heritage Highland Golf Club is located at the base of the Tortolita Mountains and wraps around the foothills and offers excellent views of downtown Tucson from nearly every one of its 18 tees.
    Loews Ventana Canyon Golf Club-Canyon Course Loews Ventana Canyon Golf Club - Canyon Course
    6200 N. Clubhouse Lane, Tucson AZ; Tel. 520.577.4061
    Tom Fazio designed this spectacular Tucson golf course to run through the desert canyons ringed by the majestic Santa Cruz Mountains.
    Loews Ventana Canyon Golf Club - Mountain Course Loews Ventana Canyon Golf Club - Mountain Course
    6200 N. Clubhouse Lane, Tucson AZ; Tel. 520.577.4061
    The beloved sister course to Loew's Canyon Course, this Tucson golf course is one of Tucson's best, favored by Golf Digest.
    Randolph Park Golf Course - North Course Randolph Park Golf Course - North Course
    600 S. Alvernon, Tucson AZ; Tel. 520.325.2811
    Designed with the PGA in mind (which was held here on and off from 1979 to 1990), this Tucson golf course is long and challenging, with slope variations, tall Eucalyptus trees and not-so-serene water hazards.
    Randolph Park Golf Course - South Course Randolph Park Golf Course - South Course
    600 S. Alvernon, Tucson AZ; Tel. 520.325.2811
    Shorter and less PGA-challenging than the Randolph North Course, this golfer-friendly Tucson golf course is wider and flatter than its Northern counterpart, but is still just as scenically stimulating with mountain views and desert landscaping.
    Raven Golf Club at Sabino Springs Raven Golf Club at Sabino Springs
    9777 E. Sabino Greens Dr., Tucson AZ; Tel. 520.749.3636
    A relatively newer Tucson golf course, the Raven Golf Club at Sabino Springs was designed (by Robert Trent Jones, Jr.) to follow the natural Tucson geography and to utilize natural desert landscape, hence the golf course's fields of Saguaro cacti and preservation of precious desert springs.
    Santa Rita Country Club Santa Rita Country Club
    16461 Houghton Road, Tucson AZ; Tel. 520.762.5620
    Every hole at Tucson's Santa Rita Country Club affords views of the Santa Rita Mountains as well as Tucson Valley, and from such a high desert perch, golfers enjoy a cooler summer on the bent-grass greens of this Tucson golf course.
    Silverbell Golf Course Silverbell Golf Course
    3600 N. Silverbell, Tucson AZ; Tel. 520.743.7284
    Following the west bank of the Santa Rita River, Tucson's Silverbell Golf Course has many lakes and a flat terrain.
    Starr Pass Golf Club Starr Pass Golf Club
    3645 Starr Blvd., Tucson AZ; Tel 520.622.622.6060
    The PGA tour has often been held at this "stadium-style" Tucson desert golf course.
    Book a hotel room online at Starr Pass Golf Suites
    Tucson National Resort Tucson National Resort
    2727 West Club Drive, Tucson AZ 85741; Tel. 520.575.7540
    A Tucson golf course for all levels, the 27-hole Tucson National Resort is a more traditional golf course in a town full of desert golf courses.
    Golf Club at Vistoso The Golf Club at Vistoso
    955 W. Vistoso Highlands Blvd., Tucson AZ; Tel. 520.797.9900
    One of Arizona's top-ten golf courses, the The Golf Club at Vistoso was designed by Tom Weiskopf to be a desert wonderland, with native cacti and natural sloping.
    Westin La Paloma Resort Westin La Paloma Resort
    3660 E. Sunrise Drive, Tucson AZ; Tel. 520.299.1500
    Jack Nicklaus designed this Tucson golf course and it is known as one of the top golf courses in the entire country for both men and women golfers. The resort itself stays true to a Sonoran sensibility with rugged architecture.
    Book a hotel room online at The Westin La Paloma Resort