Our History

The Tucson Country Club was established in 1947 by a small group of people who purchased a 580-acre ranch located in a remote area of Tucson to provide a unique golfing opportunity and social camaraderie on the growing northeast side.

It also allowed for the development of the Tucson Country Club Estates. During its more than 60-year history, the Tucson Country Club has provided its members with 18 holes of exquisite championship golf. The noteworthy tournament history of this Club has featured 18 USGA Championship Qualifiers, 8 Arizona Amateurs, 1964 Western Amateur, 1982 USGA Senior Amateur and the 1992 USGA Senior Women’s Amateur. Tucson Country Club has not only hosted outstanding amateur events, but is also home to arguably one of the world’s finest amateur golfers, Dr. Edgar Updegraff.

The total membership at Tucson Country Club exceeds 700 families and represents a broad cross section of the Tucson population, from some of the most prominent business people in the area to retirees. The Club strives to provide the finest private Club experience through exceptional services, facilities and amenities while achieving outstanding value for the Members. And the Club’s vision is to be the premier and welcoming Member-owned Country Club in Tucson which preserves its historic place in the community. The clubhouse facility is a 44,000 square foot building that houses dining and meeting areas, a golf shop, locker rooms, a fitness center and much more. Additional amenities in the club campus include a world class tennis facility with 11 courts, and an extensive aquatics facility just to name a few.