Tucson Country Club is one of the few "Grand Old Gems" left in the world of golf. Poised in the middle of the Sonoran Desert, stately trees rise to the heights of one hundred thirty feet above her fairways, regally gracing her grounds. To the North, East and Southeast, she is bordered by magnificent and imposing mountain views.
Tucson Country Club's tradition of pure golf, with no compromise to development or urban sprawl, is a tradition that dates back to 1947, when course architect Billy Bell first singled out this magnificent property - this rich lowland that the Navajo and Yavapi once farmed, and magically transformed her into a golf course like no other. The 18-hole course (7000+ yards) is tree-lined, in a Midwestern style of design. And, it is the best walking course in Tucson, with nature's abundant creatures surviving and thriving in this area.
There are only a handful of pure player courses like ours to be found in the world - development costs have seen to that. There will never be another Tucson Country Club, not in Augusta, San Francisco, LA or North Carolina. Tucson Country Club is a rare gift, a special, one-time-only treasure, and she is ours.