Top Rated Tucson Golf Courses
 

Best Tucson Golf Courses

 
As one local recently put it, “You’re either on Team Tucson or Team Phoenix… there’s no in between.” And while there’s a little bit of jest in that comment, the two cities are in fact quite different- especially if you’re from Arizona. But one thing is clearly the same, Tucson and Phoenix both offer an amazing opportunity to play top-rated golf courses in a perfect climate several months a year! Tucson, much like its neighbor to the north, features world-class offerings by top golf course architects like Nicklaus, Palmer, Von Hagge and many more the variety of terrain makes each track a truly unique test. So, if you love perfect course conditions and the never-ending aesthetic of gigantic saguaros, significant elevation changes and prehistoric rock outcroppings, the best golf courses in Tucson deliver in spades.
 
The Golf Club at Dove Mountain
 
  • Marana, Arizona
  • Jack Nicklaus Design
  • Perfectly Integrated into the Secluded Sonoran Desert
  • Can Stretch Out to Nearly 8,000 Yards
  • Former Host of the WCC Accenture Match Play Championship
Sewailo Golf
 
  • Tucson, Arizona
  • Designed by Ty Butler and Notah Begay III
  • Sewailo Means “The Land Where Flowers Grow”
  • Not Your Typical Desert Course
  • Home to the University of Arizona Golf Teams
Starr Pass Golf Club
 
  • Tucson, Arizona
  • Three Nines Named After Native Wildlife: Roadrunner, Rattler and Coyote
  • Arnold Palmer Signature Design
  • Great Views of Downtown Tucson
  • Well Worth the Drive
Quarry Pines Golf
 
  • Tucson, Arizona
  • Dramatic Elevation Changes
  • Stunning Views
  • 10 Holes are Configured in an Old Sand & Gravel Quarry
  • Contrast Between the Green Fairways & Grey Rock Will Keep You Coming Back for More
Arizona National Golf Club
 
  • Tucson, Arizona
  • Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr.
  • Nested in the Foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains
  • Rock Outcroppings, Saguaros and More…
  • The 11th Hole is 625 Yards of Fun
Omni Tucson National
 
  • Tucson, Arizona
  • Two 18-Hole Layouts: Sonoran Course and Catalina Course
  • Designed by Tom Lehman (Sonoran) and Bruce Devlin & Robert Von Hagge (Catalina)
  • Catalina Hosted Numerous PGA TOUR and NCAA Events
  • Fantastic Views of the Santa Catalina Mountains