Designed by architect William P. Bell in 1933, this 18-hole championship golf course stretches 6,863 yards with a U.S.G.A. rating of 72.50 and a slope rating of 128.Located in mid-Tucson, its setting allows remarkably clear views of the mountain ranges surrounding the area.
It is most noted for its mature vegetation including tall eucalyptus trees, pines, palms, and numerous plants. The layout is a typical country club design with tree lined fairways and parallel holes. The course features water hazards on six holes, long fairways, and greens that vary from relatively to severely sloped or tiered, and from small to large.
Public 600 S. Alvernon Way, Tucson, AZ Phone: 520.791-4161
Course: Par 72/70, 6863 Yards
Course Designer: William P. Bell
Opened in 1933
Parkland / Economy Course