Tucson National Golf Club: 520-575-7540 x1
| Located in Northwest Tucson, Tucson National is
nestled in the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains
the Omni Tucson National Resort has been the home
to countless PGA Tour and NCAA events including theprestigious Chrysler Classic of Tucson.
Selected as one of Golf Digest's "75 Best Golf Resorts in North America" and a Conde’ Nast Silver award winner, this
magnificent destination retreat boasts two distinctly different 18 hole courses.
Tucson's only Mobil four star rated resort spa is made up of two championship golf courses (Catalina and Sonoran course).
The resort offers 167 oversized guest rooms and amazing cuisine.
Catalina Course: The Catalina Course has been the host course of the PGA Tour and is known for its magnificent views traditional
style layout with gentle contours and tree lined fairways. Characterized as a traditional course, the Catalina has long provided a
fair test of golf to players of every caliber.
Sonoran Course: Designed by 2006 Ryder Cup captain Tom Lehman, The Sonoran Course opened in December 2005 to
enthusiastic reviews. This desert style layout features steep elevation changes and some unusual uphill/downhill shot opportunities
not typically found in Tucson. The Sonoran offers spectacular vistas of natural beauty of the surrounding terrain.
Driving Directions: From Ina and Oracle Road Go West on Ina. Turn Right on La Cholla and then Turn Left on Magee.
Next Turn Right on Shannon and finally Turn Right on Club Drive to enter the Omni Tucson National.
If you are interested in finding a home in this area, email me or call me at (520) 404-4663.
As a former Rolex All American Golf Team member, I am familiar with course layouts, community traffic flow,
inter-development placement, and will help you find the best home in this area.