Tubac Golf Resort

Filmed at Tubac Golf Resort

Three Course Options!

The original front nine of the Tubac Golf Resort designed by Red Lawrence, the Otero nine is named for the Otero Family who were the original settlers of the property dating back to 1789. A parkland layout highlights the experience as the fairways meander through some of the original homes and casitas of the resort, providing a lush, manicured experience. Water plays a big part along the way as ponds front the greens on holes 5 and 8 and, a lake runs the entire length of the fairway on number 9.
The Rancho nine is, for the most part, the original back nine at the Tubac Golf Resort.  Three holes, the Tubac Triangle, were added to in 2008 as part of the course remodel. Requiring that opening and closing drives carry the Santa Cruz River, Rancho is the most challenging and scenic of the three, nine-hole courses on the property.  Set along the banks of the Santa Cruz River, the Rancho nine is unlike any golf setting in Southern Arizona.  The majestic cottonwoods and lush mesquite Bosque’s create a serene layout that can be enjoyed by golfers of all levels for its sheer beauty. Two scenes from the movie Tin Cup were filmed along the way. Keep an eye out for signs and plaque on the blue tee boxes on holes 3 and 4.
The Anza Nine is named for Juan Batista DeAnza, who was the commandant of the Tubac Presidio and led an expedition west that ultimately founded the city of San Francisco. Stunningly beautiful views of the Santa Rita mountains highlight the first five holes and the nine finishes with the famous par 3 island green which, being in front of Stables Bar, will certainly lead to an entertaining finish.


1 Avenida de Otero, Tubac, AZ. 85646

Map Location: G1