El Conquistador – Canada Course

Basking in the view of Tucson’s most stunning mountainscapes, playing through saguaro capped hillsides surrounded by natural desert terrain, and enjoying the manicured fairways and dramatic scenery of El Conquistador – Canada Course would never be complete without a camera. The Canada course is situated across the street from the clubhouse and boasts its perfect vistas from any part of the place. Visiting this course would probably be the best golf vacation for any golf loving guest.

El Conquistador – Canada Course requires a wise selection of clubs. Golfers prefer this course because it demands more strategy, requiring them good use of every club. The 183-yard 8th hole overlooks the city and considered by many players as the toughest par 3 in Tucson. It is surrounded by desert on both left and right, and the green is guarded by a large bunker in front. The 10th hole kicks the players’ back nine off with a bang. The 453 yard par 4 has a desert wash down the whole right hand side and some precisely placed mesquite trees on the left which require golfers to hit a drive, both long and straight. The 533 yard 16th hole is a true risk and reward par 5. With enough confidence, players may attempt to carry the wash that cuts across the fairways 260 yards from the tee. There’s a lot of variety to a game at this course ā€“ with appreciable mounding, doglegs and elevation changes from the tee to the green. It has exactly the right elements for an unforgettable golf trip.

The El Conquistador – Canada Course measures over 6,800 yards from the Championship tees and over 5,000 yards from the forward tees. Bring out the camera ā€“ record while playing golf and take pictures of the wonderful views of the place. The tight, desert-lined fairways and smoothing greens of the Canada course make for a fantastic golf vacation experience.


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