We appreciate the opportunity to give local residents an outlet to get fresh air and exercise in a safe environment. We pride ourselves in providing somewhere for our guests and employees to enjoy the game of golf, and we have opened with some very important changes designed to limit contact, transactions, and touch points to ensure everyone's safety.
As you might expect, our phones are ringing off the hook so please review these Frequently Asked Questions before calling the course.
Are you walking or riding?
We are allowing walking and single rider carts (members of the same household may share a cart). Due to the additional sanitation that each cart undergoes after use, there may be a wait for riding tee times.
How can I book a tee time?
Walk up play is allowed, but it us preferred that tee times be booked through our ONLINE BOOKING ENGINE.
How do I cancel my booking if I need?
If for any reason you cannot make your tee time, and you booked it through our website, please log in to the ONLINE BOOKING ENGINE to cancel.
What has been done to limit grouping and touch points?
· The clubhouse is limited to 5 guests inside at a time.
· Tee times have been spaced to 10 minutes apart, and the course has been set up to limit touch points by removing; bunker rakes, sand bottles, water coolers, ball washers, etc. The cups have been set up to stop the balls from going entirely into the hole for touchless retrieval. Pencils and scorecards will be placed on the carts prior to each use.
What should I know when I go to play my round?
Please arrive only 15-20 minutes early to avoid creating any large groups. Once at the course you may check-in and pay in the Golf Shop. The Starter on the first tee will help to maintain social distancing between. Due to the additional sanitation that each cart undergoes after use, there may be a wait for riding tee times. You may purchase food, drinks, and merchandise from the clubhouse while maintaining the limitation of 5 guests at a time.
Please check your temperature before leaving your house and stay home if you are sick. Social Distancing is practiced in all areas of our facility and should be practiced on the golf course as well. Do not share clubs and golf equipment with your playing partners or congregate with them in the parking lot before or after your round.
Is the driving range and putting green open?
The driving range and putting green remain open, please keep 6 feet of space from anyone. You may come into the Golf Shop purchase your range buckets. Please leave the bucket on the range when finished so that the Range Attendant can collect and sanitize.
How many people are allowed in the clubhouse?
5 people are allowed in the Pro Shop at one time. You may purchase food, drinks, and range balls from the clubhouse. Masks are now required upon check-in at the golf shop and when not eating or drinking in the clubhouse area per Pima County Ordinance.
Are the restrooms open?
The restrooms are open, please respect and maintain social distancing standards.
What about food, drinks and merchandise?
· We are offering seating in the Grill. Tables have been spaced 6 feet apart for your safety. Dining in is permitted.
· Alcohol will be available for purchase from the golf course, but you are NOT allowed to bring your own per the State’s liquor licensing laws.
· Merchandise is available for purchase in the Golf Shop.
What about leagues, outings and events?
We are following the CDC guidelines with regards to gatherings and shotgun starts.
In an effort to protect the health and safety of our employees and guests, we are following Social Distancing Standards recommended by the Center for Disease Control. These standards will be strictly enforced without exception. We appreciate your patience and understanding as our employees diligently work to provide a safe environment for everyone. Thank you!
Arizona National Golf Club, designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr, was voted best public golf course in Tucson, Arizona. Nestled in the foothills of the beautiful Santa Catalina Mountains and abutting the Coronado National Forest, Arizona National follows the rugged natural flow of the land across shady mesquite-lined arroyos and skirts craggy rock outcroppings. A diverse 6,785-yard layout that will throw enough tough decisions and classic golf-in-the-desert challenges that might test your golfing limits however it's always fun! And as compensation for the challenge, you'll get to enjoy some of the most spectacular scenery of any golf course in the Southwest Tucson Arizona area, including panoramic mountain vistas, forests of giant saguaros, and the rare beauty of nine natural springs.
The sun never sets on a Robert Trent Jones golf course.Robert Trent Jones, Arizona National Designer