Arizona National Golf Course Tucson, Arizona

June 2006
Arizona National Website

FACILITIES
CONDITIONING
COURSE
STAFF
Pro Shop
9
Tee Boxes
9
Yardage Marker
9
Attendants
9
Range
8
Fairways
9
Pace of Play
9
Starter
8
Practice Green
8
Rough
8
Scenery
10
Marshals
8
Chipping Green
8
Greens
9
Architecture
10
PGA Pro
9
Carts
9
Bunkers
8
Challenge
10
Pro Shop Staff
9
Restaurant
9
Water Hazards
9
19th Hole
9
Overall:
9
Overall:
9
Overall:
10
Overall:
9

REVIEW:
Arizona National Golf Club (formerly The Raven Golf Club at Sabino Springs) was designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. The course is carved out of the foothills of Tucson, Arizona’s beautiful Santa Catalina Mountains.

The surrounding vistas at Arizona National Golf Club are unmatched by any golf club in the Tucson area. Each tee box provides panoramic views that stretch across Tucson and all the way to Mexico. Arizona National Golf Club’s 6,785 yard layout tests a golfer’s skills as decisions on how best to play each hole is required. Each hole offers a unique look and challenge.

The day we played the course it was a near perfect 75* with a few fluffy clouds doting the sky. The condition of the fairways and greens were top notch. The staff made sure all our needs were met. The pace of play was perfect as we were able to complete our round in 4 hours and 10 minutes. Once we finished we were able to get a cold drink in the beautifully appointed lounge and restaurant and peruse the pro shop to find some memrobila or maybe a new putter. When you visit Arizona National Golf Club, you will be able to enjoy the gorgeous desert scenery on a course that has been named “Top 100 Courses You Can Play” by Golf Magazine and the “Top Golf Course in Tucson, Arizona” by the Arizona Republic.

Multi-year golf memberships are eligible for special financing provided by the Wildcat Trail for its new members. Click here for more details.

Arizona National Golf Club has formed an alliance with the University of Arizona to become the home course of the Wildcat Men’s and Women’s collegiate golf teams. Both programs consistently rank among the top teams in the nation and boast 88 All-Americans and numerous tournament titles in their combined history. Included in that group are LPGA star Annika Sorenstam and PGA Tour veteran Jim Furyk.

We are confident that a day of golf at Arizona National Golf Club will be remembered for years to come. When visiting Tucson make sure to book your tee time early so you don’t miss out playing this “Elite” course.

RATING:
GolfTest USA recommends Arizona National as an “Elite Course” golf course in the Tucson, AZ area.

Elite Course:
The best the area has to offer
Must Play Course:
Don’t miss playing here
Quality Course:
Good solid track
Average Course:
A standard golf experience
Only in a Pinch:
Below average golf