A golf club that’s rich in history, SanIgnacio Golf Club was once part of a parcel of land called San Ignacio de la Canoa that originally belonged to Mexico. However, in 1854, they sold it to the US, and later on became the home of a surprising Arthur Hills 18-hole championship golf course. So much for its origin, the course has lot more up its sleeve to give the visitors with a surprising golf vacation.
Just 20 minutes south of Tucson in the heart of Green Valley, this par 71 facility built in 1989 provides a 5,200 to 6,704 yards of golf depending on the selected tees. Taking a golf trip to this course requires a sublime strategy. One superior feature is the visibility from tee to green. Golfers can be able to see everything they must encounter before they swing their clubs. The signature hole is the beautiful par five 13th . A memorable double dogleg will make your heart flutter when seen from its elevated tees. The course gives a series of challenges that no other course in greater Tucson area could offer that’s why many golfers consider San Ignacio Golf Club as the work of a genius.
San Ignacio Golf Club is at 3,000 feet elevation offering a cooler temperature in the middle summer than other Tucson courses. And, as if the course and club setting are not enough, the Coyote Grill, which is the the Club’s restaurant, is one of the most popular dining spots in Green Valley. So when planning a surprising golf trip, better add San Ignacio to the top list and be amazed by its magical features and amenities.