Tucson City Golf

  • Dell UrichGolf Course

    Featuring dramatic elevation changes and spectacular views.

  • El RioGolf Course

    Play among the greats at this historic course dating back to the 1930s.

  • Fred EnkeGolf Course

    A true desert course with undisturbed native landscapes.

  • Randolph NorthGolf Course

    Tucson City Golfs longest and oldest course at 6,900 yards.

  • SilverbellGolf Course

    Sitting along the Santa Cruz River, the course also boasts mature pine trees.

Golf Complex

Randolph North and Randolph Dell Urich are two classic courses, Randolph North opened...

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El Rio
Golf Course

El Rio dates back to the 1930s and was the original site of the PGAs Tucson Open. The...

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Fred Enke
Golf Course

Fred Enke offers golfers an interesting and challenging approach to golf course design....

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Golf Course

Silverbell Golf Course is a layout located high upon the west bank of the Santa Cruz River....

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With a history dating back to the 1930s Tucson City Golf has been part of the fabric of the city for decades.  Modern amenities, traditional designs and native Southern Arizona landscapes make these municipal courses a stand out in the area.  The collection is made up of five Arizona golf courses at four complexes featuring well-stocked pro shops, dining options, meeting and banquet spaces and practice facility options.  Don’t miss your chance to play some of the best courses and rates in Tucson, Arizona.
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