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Ventana Canyon - Canyon Course

Ventana Canyon - Canyon Course

6200 N Club House Ln Tucson, AZ 85750-1339 URL:   Course Website

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The Canyon Golf Course winds through the inspiring beauty of Esperro Canyon and incorporates the massive rock formation known as Whaleback Rock.

Golf at Ventana - a challenging and memorable event. It's a visit with nature that not only includes the beauty of the desert foliage, but also a visit with wildlife such as deer, roadrunners, quail, rabbits, bobcats and birds of every description.

Course Information for Ventana Canyon - Canyon Course

Facility Information:
General: 36 hole regulation length course
2 golf course(s)
Managed by Troon Golf, LLC

Ventana Canyon - Canyon Course Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
Daily Fee golf course
Designed by Thomas Fazio, ASGCA
72 par, 6,819 yards
72.3 rating, 140 slope
Resort facility

Green Fees: Weekend: $79.00 *
* includes golf cart where available

Staff: Contact: Dave Schneider, Director of Golf

Course Notes:

Premium on Straight Shots.

Putting Green
Chipping Area
Practice Bunker
Food & Beverage Available
Rental Clubs
Swimming Pools
Workout Facility
Driving Range

Softspike Facility
PGA Facility
Member Owned Carts Allowed

Tucson, AZ

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Ventana Canyon 4.5 5 344 344
The Maze The course was in average condition but the greens were in great condition. Our main problem was going from hole to hole. It was like a maze and we acturally played one hole over again because of the set up and the lack of signs. They really need to install GPS for people wh have nt played this course. We had played the Mountain course there the day before and it was at least a star better in all areas. If we played again we would play the Mountain rather than the Canyon. June 26, 2015
Nice Desert Course The front nine is the place to score, as it is fairly open. The back nine tightens the fairways up, making controlled shots a must. Overall, a very pleasant experience. Would play it again. June 16, 2015
Great shape right now. Mountain course is in stellar shape all around. Tee boxes coming back from being punched but otherwise perfect conditions. June 13, 2015
Gorgeous, challenging course The $49 Golf Now green fee brought Ventana Canyon back to my budget and it was a pleasure to play a course this nice. The greens were firm, very fast, probably 11+ on the stimp which made them difficult to hold but very smooth to putt. From the moment you arrive you know you are at a first class facility. The staff and amenities were great though the lack of a GPS in their carts was a surprise. I'd played here once before several years ago so was somewhat familiar with the course. Local knowledge helps a lot as there are a lot of blind shots and the greens are rarely flat which is difficult to see from the fairways. Being June in Tucson the weather could have been a problem but got lucky and had a nice cool day (in the 80's), and managed 18 in just 3.5 hours with only a little bit of waiting on the last few holes. I'll be back. June 5, 2015
nice resort course I first played here 25 years ago and it has held up very well. Great views, nice layout although signage was a little lacking. Beautiful facilities. I highly recommend playing here. May 22, 2015
Will play again Vantana Canyon Mountain course is one of the best courses that I have played in Tucson so far. The atmosphere was wonderful and the fairway and greens were perfect. Looking forward to playing the Mountain course and the Canyon course as well! May 19, 2015
Beautiful Scenery I would recommend the Canyon course and would love to play it again. The condition of the course is just short of perfect, if that is possible? My only issue is that the Staff in the pro shop were a little stuffy and I felt like I needed to hit the lotto just to play there. The day that we played we had no beverage cart and really could have used one, but overall it was a good experience. The scenery was unbelievable be sure to bring a camera!!! May 5, 2015
Great Course This was a great golf experience. The greens were in spectacular condition. May 4, 2015
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The Lodge at Ventana Canyon offers a variety of options for dining, including the Hearthstone with its beautiful terrace, and the Sierra Bar with its panoramic views of the foothills.

The Hearthstone: The resort’s Hearthstone dining room features a dramatic fieldstone fireplace and floor-to-ceiling windows offering panoramic vistas of the Santa Catalina Mountains, the golf course and the lush green mesquite trees, palo verdes and saguaros lining the shadowed chasms of Ventana Canyon. Just outside, the Sabino Terrace dining area is frequented by quail, chuckawallas and other desert dwellers who make themselves at home around the resort. These are beautiful settings for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Golf House Grill: Here’s the ideal place for quick sandwiches, snacks and drinks next to the driving range. Hours vary seasonally.

Sierra Bar: The Sierra Bar is a favorite spot for congenial dining after a round of golf. Enjoy a casual dinner in an informal setting. Relax at the bar with its TV screens reflecting the latest news and sports. Or lounge with a drink by the fireplace overlooking the golf course and the Santa Catalina foothills.

Hotel Information:

Amidst the natural pageantry of Ventana Canyon, the resort’s remarkably spacious guest suites capitalize on the spectacular setting. Inviting private balconies and patios offer breathtaking views of the golf course, dazzling city lights and majestic mountains towering above The Lodge. Every suite offers 800 to 1500 square feet of homelike comfort…including one or two bedrooms with king-size beds, a lavishly stocked refreshment center, and large baths with telephones, terrycloth robes and often an old-fashioned footed bathtub.

Local Attractions:

Tennis: Just east of The Lodge is an inviting tennis complex with twelve lighted, hard-surface courts (including a stadium court for exhibition and match play), all of which feature spectacular views of the Sonoran Desert. Players of all levels can expand their skills by taking advantage of tennis instruction from the professional staff.
Swimming: The sports swimming complex located just east of The Lodge offers a junior Olympic-size pool with lap lanes, along with towels and locker facilities.
Fitness Center: The round-the-clock fitness center offers men’s and women’s saunas and whirlpool spas. The fitness center can also arrange for a massage in the privacy of your suite.
Around The Lodge: Colorful narrators guide exciting jeep tours through the Sonoran Desert, describing the cactus, coyotes, roadrunners and other desert dwellers you pass along the way. Ride one of the spectacular desert trails near the resort, or wherever you like…either by day for a look at the wonders of nature, or by night for a glimpse of what old-time cowboys saw by starlight. Hot air balloon rides offer breathtaking vistas of the city, the desert canyons and the pines along the Catalina Mountains. Nature walks and trail hikes reveal the wonders of Ventana Canyon, known as a spiritual haven to long-ago desert dwellers who left their petroglyphs on nearby walls of stone.
Local Attractions: The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is the place for an up-close look at the fascinating plants and animals that inhabit the desert surrounding Tucson. The renowned Southwestern artist Ted DeGrazia built his Gallery In The Sun in the Santa Catalina foothills, where today it’s filled with some of his best-known work and is open to visitors. One of Arizona’s top five favorite sites for tourists, Saguaro National Monument is a virtual forest of saguaros, enhanced by spectacular desert vistas. The Wild West comes to life at Old Tucson, a former Western movie location that gives visitors a glimpse of life in the Old West. Built by the famous Father Kino, the Mission of San Xavier del Bac is one of the most photographed Southwestern treasures. The futuristic ecological experiment of Biosphere II is a living, breathing exhibit of the earth’s many ecosystems all under one roof. And Tucson offers a dazzling variety of shops and galleries that reflect its diverse cultural heritage.

NOTE: While every effort has been made to assure accuracy, we advise you to check all information with the golf course before booking your tee-time or driving to the course.