2727 W. Club Drive,
Tucson, Arizona 85742
Office+1 (520) 297 2271
Pro shop+1 (520) 877 2315
Fax+1 (520) 297 7544
18 holes. Desert-style. Undulating terrain - several slopes to climb.
Above distances are for the Sonoran course. Also at Tucson National is the 18-hole Catalina course (par-73; 7262 yards from back tees).
12 miles N of downtown Tucson
From i-10 take exit 246 heading east on Cortaro Road. After approx 3 miles turn left at traffic lights into Shannon Road. After approx 500 yards turn right into Omni Tucson National resort.
Tucson Natl (Sonoran)
Omni Tucson National Resort (Sonoran course): After operating as a 27-hole facility for many years (with its Orange, Gold and Green nines), Omni Tucson National now boasts two excellent and contrasting championship golf courses.
The newer addition, dating from 2005, is the desert-style Sonoran course, which provides a contrasting golf experience to the older, longer and more parkland-style Catalina course. Both nines of the Sonoran have holes routed through an open desert environment, and others located in more residential areas.
With fewer water hazards in play and desert scrub lining the fairways rather than trees, the Sonoran incorporates steep elevation changes and some unusual uphill/downhill shot opportunities. There are plenty of spectacular vistas of the surrounding natural terrain to be enjoyed as you journey round this not-overly long, but enjoyable and challenging desert-style layout.
Stay&Play at Tucson National: luxury onsite accommodation available, see Where2Stay section below.
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.
Must book in advance.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, Stay&Play rates and packages, etc. [Last updated: 2020].
Non-metal spike facility. Golf carts compulsory.
Excellent (incl a double-ended range).
Omni Tucson National has for many years hosted the PGA Tour's Tucson Open (recently known as the Chrysler Classic of Tucson), which was played on what is now the Catalina course (see our Tournaments section >by Venue >Tucson Natl).
The Omni Hotels & Resorts group operates several prestigious Stay&Play golf resort locations across the United States. These facilities include many well-known resorts, some of them regularly hosting PGA and LPGA Tour events.
Included in the Omni golf resorts collection are: Tucson National (Arizona), La Costa and Rancho Las Palmas (Calif), Grove Park Inn and Hilton Head Oceanfront (Carolinas), Interlocken (Colorado), Amelia Island Plantation and ChampionsGate (Florida), Mount Washington (New Hampshire), Bedford Springs (Pennsylvania), Barton Creek (Texas), and The Homestead (Virginia).
2727 West Club Drive, Tucson, Arizona 85742
+1 (520) 297 2271Visit website
The Omni Tucson National Resort is located in the natural splendor of the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains. After an action-packed day on one of the resort's two highly acclaimed golf courses, you can rejuvenate your senses in a spa facility before relaxing over fine dining – all the while surrounded by the unique colors and warm hues of the Arizona desert.
Omni Tucson National
Starr Pass; Ventana Canyon (Canyon and Mountain courses); Arizona Natl.; Randolph Park (Dell Urich and Randolph North courses).
7000 North Resort Drive, Tucson, Arizona
+1 (520) 299 2020Visit website
Loews Ventana Canyon Resort is a top choice among Arizona luxury resorts. Whether exploring the best of Tucson or enjoy the stunning Catalina Mountain range, the hotel offers its guests a choice of 398 luxury guestrooms and suites, two heated pools and jacuzzi, two Tom Fazio-designed championship golf courses, four lighted tennis courts, a Lakeside Spa, and spectacular Sonoran desert scenery.
Arizona National; Randolph Park (Dell Urich & Randolph North courses); Tucson National.
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