Sonoran Course at Omni Tucson National Golf Resort & Spa Review

May 18th, 2011 14:46


First Name Douglas
Last Name Maughan
Handicap 12

Course Review and Comments

Beautiful course. The wind dictates your shots more than the layout of the course. We played into a prevailing wind most of the day and the course played much longer almost on every shot. The course reminds me of courses in Palm Springs and Desert Hot Springs in California. Although there is desert on most of the holes (a number of holes had houses lining one or both sides of the fairway) there are desert waste areas. However, the desert areas are not as rugged or infested with cacti and wildlife as other courses in the area, e.g., Vistoso or Arizona National. For most, that may be a positive. Nevertheless, it is a nice change from those courses and should be included in your itinerary of courses when you play in Tuscon.


Date course was played Friday 20th of May 2011
Price paid for golf 75
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Recommend Yes

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