Starr Pass Golf Club, in Tucson, Arizona, is a 6,707-yard, par-71 championship golf course that has won all sorts of accolades after being redesigned in 2003 by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay. The course has been named in the Top 20 Courses in Arizona by Golf Advisor from 2014-19, its highest ranking being #8 in 2014. Perhaps what earns its praise is how the holes weave through the mountains and arroyos, making it a true Sonoran Desert golf experience. This also means you'll get to golf alongside some of Arizona's best wildlife, just try not to hit any of them. The carts at Starr Pass Golf Club have updated GPS systems that will help you with yardages and navigated around the property. Recently they've added a third 9-hole course, so if you're feeling up to it, grab a bite to eat and head back out to complete the hat trick of nines.