Tucson & Scottsdale

Golf Vacations®


Quarry Pines Golf Club

In December 1997, Tucson's first Scottish Links style course, The Links at Continental Ranch, opened for play. The Links, which was designed by Brian Huntley, was unlike other Tucson Arizona golf courses because it was built on the edge of a 90+ acre, 100 foot deep sand and gravel quarry.

La Paloma Country Club Golf Course

Tee off among the majestic saguaro cacti and the newest level of luxury at the rejuvenated, Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course at Westin La Paloma Resort and Spa. Novices, scratch golfers, and every golfer in-between find this stunning, award-winning 27-hole course challenging yet relaxing; the way the game was intended.

Stone Canyon

"Nature designed the course," Jay Morrish says of his course at Stone Canyon, one of Arizona's most elite private clubs in the center of a 1,400-acre desert paradise. "I was just a custodian."

Starr Pass

Founded 120 years ago when Richard Starr blazed a trail through the Tucson Mountains, Starr Pass is home to our resort, our golf school and our three nine-hole golf courses designed by Arnold Palmer.

Sewailo Golf Club

If you love golf, Tucson’s Sewailo Golf Club is your course. Don’t miss your chance to tee up on Sewailo and explore the unique Flower Kingdom, created by Native American former PGA Tour professional and golf course designer, Notah Begay III and Ty Butler.

Arizona National

Arizona National Golf Club offers desert golf at its finest. Designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. in 1996, the golf course is nestled in the foothills of the beautiful Santa Catalina Mountains and abutting the Coronado National Forest.

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