2950 N. Camino Principal
Tucson, AZ 85715
As a truly private country club, Tucson Country Club strives to provide the finest experience through exceptional services, facilities and modern amenities. Established in 1947 by a small group who purchased a 580-acre ranch located in a remote area of Tucson, the founding members wanted to provide a unique golfing opportunity and social camaraderie on the growing northeast side. Over the course of its history, the Tucson Country Club has hosted 18 USGA Championship Qualifiers, eight Arizona Amateurs, the 1964 Western Amateur, the 1982 USGA Senior Amateur and the 1992 USGA Senior Women’s Amateur.
Originally designed by William Bell, the tough but fair course features an incredible landscape with beautiful mountain views in every direction. It is considered one of the best walking golf courses in Tucson.
Home course for the University of Arizona Wildcats, Tucson Country Club is located about 7.5 miles from campus. According to Tucson.com, the UA golf teams will move into a new $12 million practice compound and clubhouse adjacent to the country club’s driving range in the summer of 2023.
Tucson Country Club Course
Length: 7,022 yards