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Tubac Golf Club

By • Sep 18th, 2008 • Posted in Tucson

Tubac Golf Club is a 27-hole championship traditional layout spanning over 400 lush green acres of the Tumacacori and Santa Rita Mountain Ranges. There are three 9-hole golf courses at Tubac, each offering different terrain and layout.



Legend Trail Golf Club

By • Sep 17th, 2008 • Posted in Phoenix Scottdale

Legend Trail Golf Club offers some of the most scenic desert views in the Scottsdale area. This Arizona golf course demands your attention in order to stay within the tight and narrow fairways that are ominously lined with thick desert terrain.



Legend at Arrowhead Golf Club

By • Sep 17th, 2008 • Posted in Phoenix Scottdale

Legend at Arrowhead Golf Club is a traditional tropical style courses with a friendly layout. The fairways pay wide, the rough is generous and the green are large, which makes this a great course for beginning golfers yet challenging enough for the experienced player.



Legacy Golf Club

By • Sep 17th, 2008 • Posted in Phoenix Scottdale

Legacy Golf Club is located less than 10 minutes from the Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport. Nestled in the shadows of South Mountain, Legacy Golf Club offers championship desert style golf for any level player. Rolling lush green fairways, forgiving rough and well-placed hazards provide a setting for golfers of all skill levels.



Las Sendas Golf Club

By • Sep 17th, 2008 • Posted in Phoenix Scottdale

Las Sendas Golf Club is considered the true challenge of the Southwest since it is deemed the toughest desert course in the state of Arizona. Lined with thick untouched natural desert, the fairways play narrow demanding accuracy in order to score well.



Ocotillo Golf Resort: Who Says There’s a Shortage of Water in the Desert?

By • Sep 15th, 2008 • Posted in Course Reviews

Water and water features are on 24 of the 27 holes at Ocotillo—that’s 89% for you mathematicians. That’s good for your camera, but potentially a bad thing for your score.