Tucson Courses & Tee Times

Crooked Tree GC: #17
3.761 stars from 5
Tucson
Crooked Tree G. C. is a wonderful, traditional layout with generous fairways, small greens and ample chipping areas that surround the green complexes. The course sits alone amongst the ironwoods, mesquites and saguaros of the Sonoran Desert.
Saguaro Nine's 9th hole
4.3506 stars from 5
Marana
Jack Nicklaus took advantage of the High Sonoran Desert setting to integrate strategy, variety and fair shot values into his Signature golf course at The Golf Club at Dove Mountain.
Canyon at Ventana Canyon #1
4.5171 stars from 5
Tucson
Winding through the canyons and arroyos of this fabulous 600-acre high Sonoran Desert preserve are the two spectacular Tom Fazio-designed championship golf courses that are on every list of the nation's very best.
Wild Burro's #4
4.3506 stars from 5
Marana
Jack Nicklaus took advantage of the High Sonoran Desert setting to integrate strategy, variety and fair shot values into his Signature golf course at The Golf Club at Dove Mountain.
del Lago GC: #18
4.0831 stars from 5
Vail
Tucson golfers greatly appreciate the natural beauty of a high course that rests at an elevation of 3,400 feet - five degrees cooler than Tucson during the summer. del Lago Golf Club serves as the centerpiece of Rancho del Lago, a master-planned community located about 20 minutes from downtown Tucson off Interstate 10.
MountainView CC: #8
4 stars from 5
Tucson
The MountainView Golf Club, designed by the world-renowned Gary Panks Associates, is one of SaddleBrooke’s tremendous golf facilities. Located at the base of the Catalina Mountain range at an elevation of 3,200 feet, this course features four sets of tees ranging from 5,020 yards to 6,728 yards to accommodate golfers of all skill levels.
Quarry Pines GC:: #16
4.0813 stars from 5
Tucson
Quarry Pines Golf Club (formerly The Pines) offers a mix of dramatic elevation changes and stunning mountain views with 18 enjoyable holes. The friendly service will add to your adventure to make your outing a one-of-a-kind Arizona golfing experience.
#3 from the Tortolita Nine
4.3506 stars from 5
Marana
Jack Nicklaus took advantage of the High Sonoran Desert setting to integrate strategy, variety and fair shot values into his Signature golf course at The Golf Club at Dove Mountain.
Preserve GC
4.3052 stars from 5
Tucson
The site of the Preserve Golf Course is one of the most desirable in Arizona. The visually dramatic impact of the Santa Catalina Mountains pervades the playing experience on this course providing golfers a pleasant distraction during the course of play.
Mountain at Ventana Canyon #18
4.5171 stars from 5
Tucson
Winding through the canyons and arroyos of this fabulous 600-acre high Sonoran Desert preserve are the two spectacular Tom Fazio-designed championship golf courses that are on every list of the nation's very best.
SaddleBrooke Ranch GC: clubhouse
4.0233 stars from 5
Oracle
Robson’s newest championship golf course, SaddleBrooke Ranch Golf Club in the North Tucson area, provides challenge and excitement for players of all abilities. As a result of the design, the course provides a good test of golf for the low handicapper, while also challenging the high handicapper when played from the appropriate set of tees.
Forty-Niner G & CC: #2
3.6829 stars from 5
Tucson
Forty Niner Country Club is an upscale, semi-private facility designed by William Francis Bell, a prominent golf course architect during the 1950`s and 60`s. Forty Niner is known for its lush, mature landscaping and excellent course conditioning.

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Canoa Ranch GC: #9
3.2237 stars from 5
Green Valley
Canoa Ranch is a great example of how the Southwestern desert can be transformed into a golfer`s paradise without destroying the beauty of the surrounding native land. Canoa Ranch boasts dramatic elevation changes, strategic bunkering and spectacular views of Elephant Head.
San Pedro GC
3.9717 stars from 5
Benson
The new San Pedro Golf Course is an 18 - hole championship facility located on the banks of the San Pedro River. The golf course winds through the mesquite and along the banks of the San Pedro on the front nine.