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 William Bell first singled out this magnificent property - this rich lowland that the Navajo and Yavapi once farmed, and magically transformed it 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. Tucson Country Club provides a tremendous golf experience for all levels of golfers. Kids and beginning players can comfortably develop their games, while the more accomplished players can certainly be challenged by the course's length, its bunkering and the subtle breaks on the greens.