Tucson Golf Courses

Tucson Golf

Tucson, Arizona, is often defined in contrast to that "city up north", but when it comes to golf, Tucson is very similar to Phoenix in its considerable offering of great golf courses featuring discount tee times. Known for having the largest concentration of saguaro cacti in the world, Tucson's Sonoran Desert landscape has proven to be perfect for carving out great golf holes around these naturally giant, prickly hazards. Tucson golf courses also introduce the sight of velvet mesquite, a beautiful tree to look at, but one golfers should assuredly avoid! Visitors and residents of Tucson can take a break between tee times to enjoy a game at the University of Arizona, eat a Sonoran hot dog on the strip or take a hike on one of the fantastic trails in the foothills surrounding the city.

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Golf Courses Near Tucson, AZ

Arizona City Golf Resort

13939 S Cleator Rd,
Arizona City, AZ 85223 United States

Arizona City Golf Resort is a par 72 daily fee course located in Arizona City, AZ. Designed by Arthur Jack Snyder, ASGCA, the 18 hole course opened in 1959.
Arizona National Golf Club

9777 East Sabino Greens Drive,
Tucson, AZ 85749 United States

Located right in Tucson, Arizona National Golf Club has been wowing golfers with an amazing course since its opening in 1996. Designed by golf legend Robert Trent Jones Jr., Arizona National boasts over 20 awards and recognitions from magazines like Golf Magazine, Golfweek and Golf for Women. Arizona National lies within the scenic foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains and features a sporty layout with lush fairways framed perfectly by large cacti and native desert wastelands.
Canoa Ranch Golf Course

5800 S. Camino Del Sol,
Green Valley, AZ 85614 United States

Canoa Ranch Golf Course in Green Valley, Arizona, offers golfers panoramic views of Elephant Head Mountain and the beauty of Green Valley, just south of Tucson. Canoa Ranch boasts dramatic elevation changes and strategic bunkering thanks to the pairing of golf course designers Lee Schmidt and Brian Curley. The property features five sets of tees to accommodate all skill levels, with playing distances ranging from 4,500 to 7,013 yards. Fairways feature Chaparral Ryegrass with bent grass greens and Bermuda grass tee boxes. Golfers can warm up for their round or work on their game at the golf course’s driving range or on the putting and chipping greens. Daily tee times are available.
City of Douglas Municipal Golf Course

1372 E. Fairway Drive,
Douglas, AZ 85607 United States

City of Douglas Municipal Golf Course is a par 71 municipal course located in Douglas, AZ. Designed by A.H. Jolly, the 18 hole course opened in 1995.
Crooked Tree Golf Course

9101 N. Thornydale Rd.,
Tucson, AZ 85719 United States

Crooked Tree Golf Course is located in Tucson, Arizona sitting among the ironwoods, mesquites and saguaros of the Sonoran Desert. An 18-hole, par 72 golf course with a traditional layout, Crooked Tree Golf Course offers generous fairways, small greens, and ample chipping areas. No houses line the fairways at Crooked Tree Golf Course so golfers are treated to the scenic beauty of the desert southwest. Crooked Tree also offers a first class practice facility with a large, spacious driving range, a 13,000-square-foot putting green and a separate pitching green that provides for a variety of short game shots from sand traps and beyond. Tee times are available, so book yours today.
Del Lago Golf Club

14155 E. Via Rancho del Lago,
Vail, AZ 85641 United States

Del Lago Golf Club, in Vail, Arizona, serves as the centerpiece of Rancho del Lago, a master-planned community located about 20 minutes from downtown Tucson off Interstate 10. Del Lago winds its way through the rolling hills and valleys of the beautiful high desert and features spectacular views of the Rincon and Santa Catalina mountains to the north, and the Santa Rita Mountains to the south. The par 72 golf course features TifEagle greens, seven lakes, strong bunkering and other elements that make the game challenging but enjoyable for all. Del Lago offers the largest practice facilities in the Tucson area, with a driving range, a practice bunker and a 12,000-square-foot practice green. Daily tee times are available.
Dell Urich Golf Course

600 S. Alvernan Way,
Tucson, AZ 85716 United States

Dell Urich Golf Course in Tucson, Arizona, was formerly known as Randolph South before a complete redesign of the site. The 18-hole golf course’s dramatic makeover features spectacular views from four sets of tees and dramatic elevation changes. Dell Urich is the former home of the Tucson LPGA tour stop. It measures more than 6,600 yards from the back tees and almost 5,300 from the front. The par 70, 18-hole golf course is one of two that are at the Randolph Golf Complex, with the second being Randolph Golf Course. Book your tee time today.
Dorado Country Club

1200 N Dorado Club Drive,
Tucson, AZ 85715 United States

Dorado Country Club is an 18-hole daily fee course located in Tucson, AZ, and opened in 1970. Designed by Ted Robinson, ASGCA, the par 62 stretches 3,751 yards from the longest tees. The course rating is 58.9 and it has a slope rating of 88 on Bermuda grass.
El Conquistador - Canada

10555 North Canada,
Oro Valley, AZ 85737 United States

Just a 5 iron from downtown Tucson, El Conquistador in Oro Valley, Arizona, is an award-winning 45-hole golf facility with two 18-hole courses (Canada & Conquistador) and one nine-hole course (Pusch Ridge). Designed by Greg Nash and Jeff Hardin, the Canada Course at El Conquistador is brilliantly routed through rustic foothills offering spectacular views of the stunning Catalina Mountains. While the par 72, 6,636-yard Canada Course is not as difficult as the Conquistador Course, Canada still features a number of holes that pack a punch. The signature 183-yard, 8th hole is consistently voted as the toughest par 3 in Tucson with a green that is surrounded by desert wasteland and protected by a large bunker. With lush fairways, beautiful mountain views and countless iconic saguaros, El Conquistador provides golfers with the very best in desert golf.
El Conquistador- Conquistador

10555 North Canada,
Oro Valley, AZ 85737 United States

Located just north of Tucson, El Conquistador in Oro Valley, Arizona, is a premier 45-hole golf facility with two 18-hole courses (Conquistador & Canada) and one nine-hole course (Pusch Ridge). Designed by Greg Nash and Jeff Hardin, El Conquistador is desert golf at its finest. The Conquistador Course at El Conquistador is skillfully routed through the foothills of the Catalina Mountains with natural desert wasteland and large saguaros lining the fairways. The par 71 Conquistador Course is the lengthiest and most difficult track at El Conquistador measuring 6,720 yards from the tips. The signature par 5, 5th hole at the Conquistador course is a great test of length and precision. This 541-yard hole requires multiple great shots to make it over a pond and onto a two-tiered green protected by bunkers. And with many other memorable holes dotting the scenic property, El Conquistador - Conquistador is a must play for all golfers in the Tucson area.
El Conquistador- Pusch Ridge

10000 North Oracle Road,
Oro Valley, AZ 85737 United States

Conveniently located just north of downtown Tucson, El Conquistador in Oro Valley, Arizona, is a 45-hole golf facility with two 18-hole courses (Conquistador & Canada) and a nine-hole course (Pusch Ridge). Designed by Greg Nash and Jeff Hardin, El Conquistador is set in the foothills of the Catalina Mountains and weaves its way through natural desert landscape and iconic saguaros. Pusch Ridge is a great nine-hole course that is perfect for golfers looking to get a quick nine in. With a great blend of desert style and traditional golf, Pusch Ridge presents golfers with an experience unique to the Tucson area. With a stimulating layout and beautiful views of the Catalina Mountains, El Conquistador - Pusch Ridge is a must visit for golfers looking for a fun time on the course.
El Rio

1400 W. Speedway Blvd.,
Tucson, AZ 85745 United States

El Rio-Trini Alvarez Golf Course in Tucson, Arizona, dates back to the 1930s, and was the original site of the PGA’s Tucson Open. The 18-hole golf course was operated as a country club until 1968 when the City of Tucson acquired it for public use. El Rio features tight fairways, small greens, relatively flat terrain, two lakes and numerous trees. The golf course is the oldest of the Tucson City courses and is the easiest to walk. Reserve your tee time today at this short but challenging golf course.
Forty Niner Golf and Country Club

12000 E. Tanque Road,
Tucson, AZ 85749 United States

Forty Niner Golf & Country Club in Tucson, Arizona, is an incredible parkland style golf course that opened its greens to the public in 1961. Designed by William Francis Bell, Forty Niner features lush green grass that acts as an oasis from the surrounding desert sand and native shrubbery, which includes Mesquite, Giant Cottonwood, Weeping Willow and Eucalyptus trees. Forty Niner is also nestled between the Catalina and Rincon Mountains, which create rolling terrain and gorgeous mountain views throughout the golf course. For golfers that are looking for a real challenge, the 5th hole is a great par-4 that’s known to be the most difficult holes in the area.
Fred Enke Golf Course

8251 E Irvington Rd.,
Tucson, AZ 85730 United States

Fred Enke Golf Course in Tucson, Arizona, offers golfers an interesting and challenging approach to golf course design. The 18-hole golf course features vast teeing areas, large greens, strategic bunkers and sand traps, and most importantly, its concept as a semi-arid, limited turf course. Grass is used only on the tees, ball landing areas and greens, with undisturbed native plants comprising the remainder of the landscaping. Golfers have the option of four teeing areas, ranging from 6,800 to 5,000 yards. Book your tee time today at Tucson’s Fred Enke Golf Course.
Golf Club at Dove Mountain

6501 Boulder Bridge Pass,
Marana, AZ 85658 United States

One of the best golf facilities in the Southwest, the Golf Club at Dove Mountain in Marana, Arizona, features 27 spectacular holes of golf designed by the iconic Jack Nicklaus. Dove Mountain boasts an engaging layout that is as challenging as it is beautiful. Skillfully routed through the stunning Sonoran Desert by Nicklaus, Dove Mountain asks players to be exact with their shots in order to stay on its narrow fairways and tricky greens. Host to many prestigious tournaments, Dove Mountain can play as long as 7,852 yards to test the best golfers but also offers five tee options for golfers of all abilities to enjoy the course. Regardless of which combination of loops are played, the Golf Club at Dove Mountain is a must play in the Tucson area that is an enjoyable for all types of players.
Haven Golf Course

110 N. Abrego,
Green Valley, AZ 85614 United States

Known as Green Valley’s oldest golf course, Haven Golf Course in Green Valley, Arizona, is an 18-hole course that has been a local favorite since opening in 1967. Designed by Jack Snyder, Haven Golf Course features an enjoyable layout with well-placed bunkers, multiple water hazards and tree-lined fairways that all add excitement to the course. Along with the 18-hole course, Haven Golf Course also has a nine-hole, par 3 course—Tortuga. So for golfers in the Tucson area looking to play a full round or just work on their short game, Haven Golf Course is the perfect place to swing the sticks.
Highlands at Dove Mountain

4949 W. Heritage Club Blvd.,
Marana, AZ 85658 United States

45 minutes north of Tucson in Marana, Arizona, The Highlands at Dove Mountain provides golfers with a perfectly manicured Arthur Hills gem. Opened in 1997 to be a challenging but manageable test of golf, The Highlands at Dove Mountain features wide fairways, desert waste areas, a plethora of bunkers, speedy greens and memorable views of Mt. Lemon, Mica Mountain and Saguaro National Park. The Highlands at Dove Mountain also features remarkable wildlife like bobcats and jack rabbits, but don’t worry, they won’t steal your ball or ruin your battle versus par.
Mountainview Golf Club

38759 S Mountain View Blvd,
Tucson, AZ 85739 United States

Set in the foothills of the Catalina Mountains, Mountainview Golf Club in Tucson, Arizona, is an 18-hole golf course that lives up to its name with magnificent views of the surrounding mountains. Designed by Gary Panks, Mountainview weaves through a hilly, natural desert landscape to create a fascinating layout. The wide-open design often makes for windy conditions, but Panks provides golfers with generous landing areas in the fairways. Mountainview Golf Club is a great track for low and high handicappers alike to enjoy a day on the course.
Omni Tucson National - Catalina Course

2727 W. Club Drive,
Tucson, AZ 85742 United States

Omni Tucson National - Catalina Course is a par 73 daily fee course located in Tucson, AZ. Designed by Robert B. Harris, ASGCA/(R)Bruce Devlin/Robert von Hagge, the 18 hole course opened in 1963.
Omni Tucson National - Sonoran Course

2727 W. Club Drive,
Tucson, AZ 85742 United States

Omni Tucson National - Sonoran Course is a par 70 daily fee course located in Tucson, AZ. Designed by Bruce Devlin/Robert Von Hagge, the 18 hole course opened in 1982.
Quarry Pines Golf Club

8480 North Continental Links Drive,
Tucson, AZ 85743 United States

Quarry Pines Golf Club, “Tucson’s first quarry course”, offers golfers dramatic elevation changes and unmatched mountain views. Measuring 6400 yards from the tips, Quarry Pines is well protected by narrow fairways, thousands of pine trees and cliff-side drop offs that command accurate and strategic shot-making. After a front nine of fun, desert oriented golf, the back nine takes players ten stories down into the quarry for one of the more unique golfing experiences ever. A true test for players of all abilities, Quarry Pines is one of the most diverse landscapes in all of Arizona golf, and it’s a Must Play for golfers in the Tucson area.
Randolph Golf Course

600 S. Alvernon Way,
Tucson, AZ 85730 United States

Randolph Golf Course in Tucson, Arizona, is the former site for the PGA Seiko Tucson Match Play Championship, the PGA Joe Garagiola Tucson Open and the PING/ Welch’s LPGA Championship. It is Tucson city golf’s longest golf course, measuring 6,900 yards from the championship tees and just short of 6,000 yards from the front tees. The scenic 18-hole golf course features numerous tall trees, lush fairways and a beautiful view of the mountains surrounding Tucson. The golf course features water hazards on five holes and long fairways. Randolph shares the Randolph Golf Complex with the Dell Urich Golf Course. Book your tee time today.
Rolling Hills Golf Course

8900 E. 29th St,
Tucson, AZ 85710 United States

Rolling Hills Golf Course is a sporty par 63 course in Tucson, Arizona, that offers golfers nine par 3s, nine par 4s and an 18-hole round in less than three and half hours! Spread over 4100 yards, this golf course is known for great course conditions and even better times.
San Ignacio Golf Club

4201 S. Camino Del Sol,
Green Valley, AZ 85622 United States

Conveniently located just 20 minutes south of Tucson, San Ignacio Golf Club in Green Valley, Arizona, is a special 18-hole track that rewards all who visit with stunning vistas, exciting wildlife and a phenomenal golf experience. Featuring smooth bentgrass greens and perfect Bermuda tees and fairways, San Ignacio has playing conditions that rival any other course in the area. Playing 6,704 yards from the tips, San Ignacio is challenging enough to test seasoned players while the forward tees allow beginners to enjoy their rounds. The strategic layout at San Ignacio requires players to be precise with their shots in order to score low. The signature 13th hole is a good example of this, a 522-yard par 5 with multiple lakes that protect the inside of a dogleg fairway. Add in the top-notch practice facilities at San Ignacio Golf Club and it’s clear why it’s known as one of the best golf courses in the area.
San Pedro Golf Course

926 North Madison,
Benson, AZ 85602 United States

San Pedro Golf Course in Benson, Arizona, is a unique river links course in a non-desert setting. The 18-hole championship facility is 30 miles southeast of Tucson located on the banks of the San Pedro River. The surrounding vistas at San Pedro are unmatched by any other golf club in Southeastern Arizona. From various points on the course, this Mark Rathert design stretches along the river banks to the natural canyon-like settings with the Dragoon Mountain Range in the background. This unique facility has six sets of tee boxes that allow for play from 3,500 yards to more than 7,300 yards. San Pedro offers free GPS on all golf carts, a 20-acre complete practice facility, club rentals and daily tee times. Book your tee time today!
Sewailo Golf Club

5655 West Valencia Rd,
Tucson, AZ 85757 United States

Named for the word for “Land Where Flowers Grow" in the Yaqui language, Sewailo Golf Club, in Tucson, Arizona, is a stunning 18-hole track that resembles a desert oasis with impressive water features incorporated into the surrounding landscape. The championship-style layout at Sewailo was designed by Ty Butler and Notah Begay III and the entire property, including the luxurious, 215-room Casino Del Sol Resort, takes full advantage of the natural setting and surrounding mountain views. Playing 7,283 yards from the tips, Sewailo is as challenging as it is beautiful with plenty of tests throughout the round. Sewailo features a variety of hole types with multiple blind shots, doglegs and elevation changes to keep players on their toes. One of the most fun holes is the par 4, 4th, a 407-yard dogleg left that requires two carries over water. Sewailo also boasts many best-in-class amenities include restrooms and water stations throughout the course as well as an expansive practice facility with a vast driving range and practice green with bunker. Players looking for a fun day on the course in a beautiful setting will find it at Sewailo Golf Club.
Silverbell Golf Course

3600 N. Silverbell Rd.,
Tucson, AZ 85716 United States

Silverbell Golf Course in Tucson, Arizona, is an 18-hole, par 70 championship golf course located high on the west bank of the Santa Cruz River. The golf course features wide undulating fairways that meander among stands of mature pine trees, strategically placed bunkers and two large lakes that come into play on five holes. Silverbell will test and excite golfers of all abilities, from beginner to professional. Don't miss out. Book your tee time today.
Starr Pass Golf Club - Coyote

3645 West Starr Pass Boulevard,
Tucson, AZ 85745 United States

Host of the Tucson Open from 1987 to 1996, Starr Pass Golf Club in Tucson, Arizona, is a 27-hole golf resort with three TOUR-caliber nine-hole courses—Coyote, Rattler and Roadrunner. Designed by Arnold Palmer and Bob Cupp, Starr Pass Golf Club gained the reputation of being a difficult course when it ranked among the highest average scores on the PGA TOUR during its tenure as host of the Tucson Open. The Coyote Course is the longest of the three tracks measuring 3,512 yards, but it also provides golfers with the most relaxing, open layout at Starr Pass. Coyote pairs well with Rattler or Roadrunner and offers some of Tucson’s most beautiful views of the surrounding Catalina Mountains. For a relaxing round in a serene desert setting, Starr Pass Golf Club - Coyote is a great place to tee it up.
Starr Pass Golf Club - Rattler

3645 West Starr Pass Boulevard,
Tucson, AZ 85745 United States

Considered one of the best public golf courses in southern Arizona, Starr Pass Golf Club in Tucson, Arizona, is a 27-hole golf resort with three distinct nine-hole courses: Rattler, Roadrunner and Coyote. Designed by Arnold Palmer and Bob Cupp, Starr Pass Golf Club is known as one of the most difficult courses in the Southwest and ranked among the highest average scores on the PGA TOUR when it hosted the Tucson Open from 1987 to 1996. The Rattler Course is considered the most difficult side at Starr Pass with the 3rd and 5th holes rated as two of the most difficult holes on the TOUR. The par 5, 5th hole features a unique split fairway that forces golfers to make a difficult decision off the tee. But the Rattler isn’t all bite. With stunning views of the Tucson and Catalina Mountains, Starr Pass Golf Club - Rattler presents golfers with some of the most beautiful views in all of Tucson.
Starr Pass Golf Club - Roadrunner

3645 West Starr Pass Boulevard,
Tucson, AZ 85745 United States

Former host of the PGA TOUR’s Tucson Open, Starr Pass Golf Club in Tucson, Arizona, is 27-hole golf facility that offers players a chance to play where the pros played. Designed by Arnold Palmer and Bob Cupp, Starr Pass Golf Club boasts three challenging nine-hole courses (Roadrunner, Rattler and Coyote) that contained some of the hardest holes on the TOUR between 1987 and 1996. The Roadrunner Course makes for a great pair with either Rattler or Coyote and offers some the best views of the Tucson Mountains that Starr Pass Golf Club has to offer. The shortest of the three sides, the Roadrunner Course stretches only 3,241 yards, but the steep elevation changes and often windy conditions make it an excellent test of golf. Golfers are sure to enjoy their round at Starr Pass Golf Club regardless of which combination of courses they play.
The Preserve Golf Club

66567 E Catalina Hills Dr,
Tucson, AZ 85739 United States

The 18-hole "Preserve" course at the The Preserve facility in Tucson, Arizona features 7,006 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72 .
Torres Blancas Golf Club

3233 South Abrago Drive,
Green Valley, AZ 85614 United States

Torres Blancas Golf Club in Green Valley, Arizona, is nestled in the Santa Cruz River Valley at the foot of the beautiful Santa Rita Mountains. The 18-hole, par 72 championship golf course was designed by Lee Trevino, Ocampo and Fernandez, and offers numerous sand traps, three lakes, undulating greens and rolling fairways. The design of Torres Blancas Golf Club is a traditional links style rather than a desert target style. Daily tee times are available.
Turquoise Valley Golf and RV Park

1794 W. Newell St.,
Naco, AZ 85620 United States

Located in historic and sunny Naco, Arizona, Turquoise Valley Golf is the oldest continuously operated golf course in the Grand Canyon State. The golf course, located south of Tucson on the U.S. border with Mexico, is also home to the infamous 747-yard “Rattler,” the only par 6 hole in Arizona. Minutes from Tombstone, Arizona, Turquoise Valley has been praised for its excellent course conditions and for keeping its golf affordable. With mountains on three sides resting in undisturbed desert, the golf course is free from home-lined fairways. The high elevation of Turquoise Valley makes longer drives accessible for most golfers. Daily tee times are available, reserve yours today.