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Quail Canyon Golf Course

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very nice hidden gem

We found this perfect 18 hole par 3 behind the La Posada hotel where we were staying. This isn't... read more

Reviewed March 7, 2015
Thornton, Colorado
perfect Arizona par 3!

My dad is 92 and thouroughly enjoyed this course with its many benches and water fountain. Since... read more

Reviewed February 27, 2014
Wallingford, Pennsylvania
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  • Terrible5%
Jan 18, 2017
“Great for short game work”
Mar 5, 2016
“Not worth a stop”
At par 54, this 2,311-yard golf course features narrow fairways and small greens.
5910 N Oracle Rd, Tucson, AZ 85704-3897
+1 520-887-6161
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Reviewed January 18, 2017 via mobile

This little course is a great place to work on your short game. It offers smaller distances and challenges you to be precise with your irons. It is a little rough in spots and you won't find Judge Smails or Ty Webb playing here but...More

Thank Tonylikestravel
Reviewed March 5, 2016

Wanting to play a short 9-hole par three course, we paid a visit to Quail Canyon. Although we didn't have high expectations for this little urban course just off Oracle Road, we were still disappointed. The course is in very poor condition, even for a...More

Thank CMN14
Reviewed June 25, 2015

I really like this par 3 course. It is really great for beginner golfers, with the added advantage of learning accuracy. It also has amazing wildlife.

Thank janet d
Reviewed March 7, 2015

We found this perfect 18 hole par 3 behind the La Posada hotel where we were staying. This isn't Pebble Beach but it is great for beginners or intermediate golfers. Rates are good and they offer club rentals, pull carts and regular golf carts. The...More

Thank cctopcatt
Reviewed February 27, 2014

My dad is 92 and thouroughly enjoyed this course with its many benches and water fountain. Since we took our time I was able to enjoy bird watching. If you've never seen a vermillion flycatcher this course is lousy with them!!! fantastic day on the...More

Thank inkspotgallery
Reviewed January 5, 2014 via mobile

I'm new to golf, and not that good, so I love this course. It's laid back with less pressure than some of the larger courses. Perfect for walking.

Thank Linzie C
Reviewed October 10, 2013

We get quite a bit of enjoyment when visiting your course with our family and young friends. We are frequent visitors and generally have meals on the premises. That, in itself, makes every trip worthwhile. The food is always delicious whether it be breakfast or...More

Thank D0c88
Reviewed May 31, 2013

A true desert golf experience. I call it "cowboy golf" because the course is not manicured or upscale, just pure golf in the desert.... and that means dry fairways, sandy washes, and wildlife: quail, javelina, and snakes. I began golfing here when I was a...More

Thank Michael L
Reviewed May 7, 2013

Great course for beginners. 3-par, 9 or 18 holes. Reasonably priced. Desert landscape. Rarely busy so you can take your time, no dress code. Carts available, but it's easy to walk the course. My whole family started out golfing here before moving on to Tucson's...More

Thank Diana C
Reviewed March 20, 2013

A great par 3 golf course with reasonable rates. A full 18 hole treasure easily walkable. Truly one of the nicest par 3's that I have played. Staff is very friendly and accomodatin. Will return.

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