Golfing in Tucson
Treat yourself to a round of golf in Tucson at one of the fabulous nearby courses. With a slightly higher elevation than the Phoenix/Scottsdale area, Tucson is slightly cooler in the late spring, summer, and fall, making it a perfect year-round golf destination.
Top Nearby Golf Courses
Randolph Municipal Golf Course (4.4 miles): Part of Tucson City Golf, Randolph Municipal is home to two golf courses - Randolph North and Randolph Dell Urich. Randolph North is Tucson City Golf's longest course at just over 6,900 yards from the championship tees and just short of 6,000 yards from the short tees. Dell Urich hosts spectacular views and dramatic elevation changes, and is the former home of the Tucson LPGA tour stop.
Ventana Canyon Golf & Racquet Club (7.4 miles): This nationally ranked club hosts two golf courses designed by world renowned golf architect Tom Fazio. Winding through canyons and arroyos, the 600-acre high Sonoran Desert Preserve courses offer a balance of challenge and playability. Both the Mountain and Canyon courses have four sets of tees to allow each golfer to test his or her own abilities on a well marked and manicured course.
Tucson Country Club (3.2 miles): This prestigious course offers 18 holes of exquisite golf. Tucson Country Club has featured 18 USGA Championship Qualifiers and 8 Arizona Amateurs, and is sure to offer the casual golfer a challenge.
La Paloma Country Club (6.3 miles): Playing at La Paloma is not your typical experience. Designed by all-time great Jack Nicklaus, this course consists of Mini-Verde Bermuda greens, dense fairways, seven sets of tee boxes per hole, and pristine white sand bunkers that all contribute to a premium round. Located at the the base of the Santa Catalina Mountains, the spectacular panoramic vistas may just make you forget the challenges of the uniquely playable course.
Forty Niner Country Club (9.9 miles): This club on the eastern side of Tucson is nestled between the Catalina and Rincon Mountains. Mesquite, Giant Cottonwood, Eucalyptus, and Weeping Willow trees line the beautifully groomed course and make for a visually appealing layout. The course offers a challenge but is also an enjoyable experience for players of all skill levels. 49er is also Tucson's original FootGolf course! Perfect to play with your family, enjoy a round of this fun sport that takes some of the difficulty out of golf by combining it with soccer.
El Rio Golf Course (8.3 miles): El Rio dates back to thr 1930's when it was the original site of the PGA's Tucson Open. The course layout features tight fairways, small greens, flat terrain, two lakes, and many trees. It plays 6,400 yards from the championship tees and just less than 4,700 yard from the junior tees, making it a perfect course to play with your kids.
Dorado Country Club Golf Course (3.0 miles): Dorado Country Club is Tucson’s premiere executive 18 hole golf course, with 8 par fours, and 10 par threes. Surrounded by the beautiful Catalina Mountains, this fun public course contains an abundance of trees, shade, and wildlife. Dorado Country Club is close to shopping, restaurants, and the University of Arizona.
**Inquire at the hotel for additional golfing options
Contact the hotel or inquire at check-in regarding special golf discounts for guests. Offers vary seasonally.