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    Tucson Arizona Golf Communities

    Tucson has some of the best golf course communities in the United States! With beautiful weather year round Tucson, Oro Valley and Marana have exceptional golf opportubnities for all levels of golf enthusiasts. From the Ritz Carlton in Dove Mountain to Ventana Canyon Country Club in the Catalina Foothills the choices are endless for your next 18 holes. Highlighted Golf Course Communities in Tucson Arizona below: The Stone Canyon ClubVentana Canyon Golf And Racquet Club, The Ritz Carelton, La Paloma Country Club, Skyline Country Club, The Highlands at Dove Mountain, The Preserve at Saddlebrooke, Saddlebrooke Ranch, Omni Tucson Nation, Arizona National Golf Club, Starr Pass Golf Club.

     

     

    The Stone Canyon Club

    Located in the foothills of the Tortolita Mountains, just northwest of Tucson, the Stone Canyon Club is an incredible private residential golf community that boasts over 1,400 acres of high desert foliage and fauna. The Stone Canyon Club course consistently ranks among the Top 100 Courses in the United States.

     

     

    Ventana Canyon Golf And Racquet Club

    Set in the heart of the Catalina foothills overlooking Tucson are 36 holes of spectacular, Tom Fazio designed classic desert-style golf, with many changes in elevation and several elevated tee boxes. The greens are challenging, but fair, with smooth undulations and good speed. There are breathtaking panoramas of the Santa Catalina Mountains, the Rincon Mountains and from high in the foothills, you can see all across Tucson to the Santa Rita Mountains south of town. These gorgeous courses wind through rocky, saguaro studded canyons and lush desert with an abundance of wildlife including deer, coyotes, bobcats, javalina, roadrunners, hawks, quail and much more.

     

    The Ritz Carlton

    he Ritz-Carlton is known the world over for its relaxed, yet refined, ambiance, and The Ritz-Carlton Residences at Dove Mountain are no exception. This is an incredible community, with hiking trails and access to the amenities at the hotel.

     

    The Gallery at Dove Mountain

    Elevations soaring from 2,700 to 4,300 feet, the views stretch forever down spectacularly-manicured fairways that unfold in every direction. Much of Dove Mountain is protected as open space in this incredible community, so the views and course are always pristine.

     

    La Paloma Country Club

    La Paloma Country Club is located in the central foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains on the north side of Tucson.  Terrific views of the mountains to the north and city views stretching across Tucson, all the way to the Santa Rita Mountains are only a few minutes from the heart of Tucson.

     

    Skyline Country Club

    Skyline Country Club is a Tucson classic.  It is one of the first two country clubs in town, built in 1962 at the top of Tucson and is fully owned by its members.  The membership has kept the top of the line quality with major remodels in 1984 and again in 2009.  The 59,000 square foot clubhouse was built on the site with the best city views anywhere in Tucson.  High in the central foothills of the Catalina Mountains, is a gem of a golf course meandering through the hills and valleys with wonderful views of the spectacular cliffs above the course and the city below.  The Skyline Course is a stern test of golf for 6,123 yards.  You will get to use every club in the bag on 6 doglegs right and 4 doglegs left, with both uphill and downhill fairways.  It is not unusual to see deer, javalina, coyotes and even bobcats as well as a wide range of birds from hawks to quail.  You may use a club golf cart or walk and carry your bag or use a pull cart.

     

     

    The Highlands at Dove Mountain

    The Highlands is much more than just the amazing 18 hole championship golf course designed by Arthur Hills. The Highlands at Dove Mountain Golf Course has gorgeous mountain, desert, or cityscape views from every hole. The always immaculate course and practice facilities include a driving range, large practice putting green and practice bunker. There is challenging play for all levels of golfers with 6 different tee boxes. And of course there is a fully stocked golf shop. There are also men’s, women’s, and couple’s groups to play with, for both 9 and 18 holes. This beautiful course was built in 1997 and has a healthy club membership of over 400 members. The variety of holes makes this course a joy to play and will always keep your interest for years to come. The course meanders through the community, through hills and flats, around rock outcroppings and giant saguaro cactus, and even two lakes. Regardless of your playing level, you will love this course!

     

    The Preserve at Saddlebrooke

    Saddlebrooke is a resort-style retirement community with an astounding array of amenities and activities in an amazing picturesque setting. The master-planned community is located just 25 minutes north of Tucson, AZ at the western base of the 9,000 foot Santa Catalina Mountains. It currently consists of over 4,700 homes, and there are over 500 more homes that are to be built. The Preserve at Saddlebeooke is the last phase of new homes in Saddlebrooke and these true luxury homes are priced from $450,000 to $1,000,000. Resale prices in the previous phases of Saddlebrooke range from $175,000 for the smallest, older homes and go up to the mid $600,000 range. The newest Saddlebrooke neighborhood offers Robson’s finest luxury homes surrounding Saddlebrooke’s favorite of three beautiful golf courses, with spectacular golf course and mountain views.

     

    Saddlebrooke Ranch

    SaddleBrooke Ranch is a gated, Robson Retirement Community located north of Tucson and 8 miles north of its sister community of SaddleBrooke. It is situated on a beautiful mesa over-looking stunning desert terrain and features dramatic mountain and sunset views. The gorgeous 18 hole golf course is both challenging for beginners and avid golfers alike and includes a fabulous architecturally designed club house and restaurant, driving range, and fully stocked pro shop. The golf course is in immaculate condition year around with smooth lush greens and fairways.

     

    Omi Tucson National Resort & Spa

    Designed by Robert Von Hagge and Bruce Devlin. Course designers were inspired by the beauty of the Santa Catalina Mountains and cut out luxurious fairways for a traditional golf course in the midst of the Sonoran desert. Robert Von Hagge has designed over 250 golf courses including some of the most famous golf courses in the world.

     

    Arizona National Golf Club

    Arizona National Golf Club is located in northeast Tucson in the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains.  The master planned, gated golf community is named Sabino Springs. There are about 460 homes, a community pool and work out center, Arizona National Golf Course and The Wildcat Grill on 430 acres of rolling desert foothills with gorgeous mountain and city views.  The community is just 3 miles from the Catalina Highway at the base of Mount Lemmon.  At the end of the 26 mile drive to the top of the 9,000 foot mountain,  is a ski area and the small town of Summerhaven with plenty of hiking in the beautiful pine forest.

     

    Forty Nine Country Club

    This well established club—under new ownership—is committed to providing a quality golf course and club, and is one of the most affordable clubs in town. The semi-private club is one of only 2 clubs on the northeast side of Tucson between the Catalina and Rincon Mountain ranges. The course and clubhouse at Forty Niner Country Club have both been recently renovated, and the club is currently building a new fitness center. The large swimming pool has also been recently resurfaced, completing this newly remodeled, modern club.

     

    Starr Pass Golf Club

    Starr Pass is a challenging 27-hole, Arnold Palmer world-class Signature Golf Club with great practice and teaching facilities that are all in pristine condition. Among the facilities are a full sized driving range, practice bunkers, and chipping and putting greens. The original 18 holes were designed in 1987 by Robert Cupp along with PGA Tour pro, Craig Stadler, and hosted the PGA Tucson Open from 1987 to 1996. Phil Mickelson’s first PGA Tour win, as an amateur in 1991, was at Starr Pass. It was re-designed in 2003 by Arnold Palmer when the Palmer Design Team added the latest 9 holes near the Marriott Starr Pass Resort. The 3 nines are called, the Rattler, the Roadrunner, and the Coyote courses.