Change course and head to Tucson

Tucson has 42 golf courses; your favorite is waiting for you

Explore Tucson’s Golf Courses

Casino Del Sol Sewailo Golf Club

When it comes to golf with a gorgeous view, it’s tough to beat Tucson. With majestic mountain ranges in every direction, while tee shots from on high descend quite dramatically to the cactus-studded desert floor.

Lodge at Ventana Canyon Mountain Course. Photo Courtesy Visit Tucson

The same can be said about the value associated with the 42 golf courses that call Tucson home. To play Arizona’s finest, you’re not limited to pricey places like Scottsdale or Phoenix when Tucson is calling for a lot less.

And Tucson’s variety of courses? It’s off the charts with big-time layouts from well-known architects like Fazio, Palmer, Nicklaus, and Lehman.

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Starr Pass Golf Club at the JW Marriott Starr Pass resort. Photo courtesy Visit Tucson.

For the perfect stay-and-play, look no further than the awesome retreats like The Lodge at Ventana Canyon and Loews Ventana Canyon Resort, La Paloma Country Club at Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa, Sewailo Golf Club at Casino Del Sol Resort, or Starr Pass Golf Club at JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort & Spa. This terrific group of courses and properties will exceed the expectations of any golfer.

Tucson and its golf scene are packed with variety, value, and views. Now is the perfect time for you and the entire crew to make a change of course and head down to Tucson, Arizona.  Learn more at

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Hole No. 6 at the Ridge Course of Troon-managed La Paloma Country Club at the Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa. Photo Courtesy Visit Tucson