Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, Dove Mountain

When the top golf players of the present day agree that a golf course is beautiful, then it must be. Home to the Annual World Golf Championships – Accenture Match Play Championships, where 64 of the best and top ranked golfers compete , The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, Dove Mountain is perhaps the best there is to Tucson Golf. It combines the best in golf as well as the best in amenities making it the complete golf vacation destination.

The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, Dove Mountain is all 27-holes of Jack Nicklaus design perfection, set in the beautiful high Sonoran desert north of Tucson, Arizona with the stunning Tortolita Mountain Ranges as its backdrop. Jack Nicklaus made optimum use of the desert’s terrain to give the course an edge in character – encouraging daring but fun play from each golfer. The holes are divided into three nines: the front Saguaro nine, back Tortolita nine, and the spare nine, the Wild Burro, which is the designer’s personal favorite. The premiere golf trip haven is abundant in beautiful views and indigenous desert flora and fauna.

And, as is characteristic in anything that bears the Ritz-Carlton brand, the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, Dove Mountain offers the best in golf vacation amenities. From the elegant suites to the excellent sports and fitness facilities to the world-class clubhouse service, the golf course doesn’t come short of amazing. Golfer, pro or not, would definitely agree why this is the best golf course in Tucson and maybe in the entire Arizona: it combines nothing but only the best in playability, scenery, and high class amenities.

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