TEES PAR YARDS RATING SLOPE
1 Bear Down 72 7283 73.5 (M) 138 (M)
2 Ruby 72 6741 71.2 (M) 131 (M)
3 Ruby/Jade 72 6512 70.0 (M) 126 (M)
4 Jade 72 6341 69.1 (M) 75.1 (L) 124 (M) 143 (L)
5 Opal 72 5861 66.8 (M) 72.6 (L) 115 (M) 138 (L)
6 Opal/Copper 72 5408 70.4 (L) 128 (L)
7 Copper 72 5209 69.6 (L) 123 (L)

RANKED ONE OF ARIZONA’S FINEST COURSES YOU CAN PLAY!

Home of the Arizona Wildcats Golf Team

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. Sewailo, meaning “Flower world” in the Pascua Yaqui language, blends the native landscape of Tucson with picturesque lakes and streams. This challenging course measures 7,400 yards from the championship tees, with 5 different tee boxes on each hole to allow for players of all abilities. It’s a Tucson golf experience you’ll never forget.

When it came time for the Pascua Yaqui Tribe to design their own Tucson golf course, they knew they wanted a unique creation. One that would work within the land and honor its natural gifts and wonders. The Tribe hired fellow Native American, Notah Begay III, a Navajo who has made his name both as a player on the PGA Tour and as a commentator on NBC and The Golf Channel. Along with Ty Butler, Begay responded with the amazing Sewailo, or “Land Where Flowers Grow”, in the native Yaqui language.

Blending the natural Sonoran Desert landscape of Tucson with picturesque lakes and streams, Sewailo measures over 7,400 yards from the championship tees, with five different tee boxes on each hole to allow for players of all abilities. It is universally recognized as one of the top  golf experiences in Arizona, public or private, and is home to the University of Arizona Men’s & Women’s golf teams.