The Conquistador Course at El Conquistador, in Oro Valley, Arizona, is a 6,720-yard, par-71 championship golf course that was co-designed by Jeff Hardin and Greg Nash in 1982 with recent state-of-the-art renovations. The course is full of locally grown mesquite and palo verde trees, making each hole as breathtaking as it is challenging. Relatively speaking, the fairways are wide open, so you'll be able to use your driver during most of the round. The course can play long, but each hole has multiple tees so every golfer will feel at home. One of our favorite holes is the par-5 11th, which is 539 yards with a major dogleg right. Players will need to be aware of a desert waste bunker that protects the fairway on both sides while the green is elevated above a gully. The Conquistador Course at El Conquistador has a complete practice area for driving, chipping and putting. Visit their restaurant which offers great menu items to replenish after you play.