Just about an hour’s drive south of Phoenix and only minutes North of Tucson in the Oro valley, Golf Club at Vistoso is a desert-filled layout designed by Tom Weiskopf that makes full use of the impressive natural landscape. Although it’s a part of a large development, visitors could still feel like they’re in the middle of the desert on every hole. Desert wildlife abounds the Vistoso Golf course – visitors can see javalina, coyotes, deers, bobcats, and rabbits galore. A golf trip to Vistoso gives you a peek at how epic desert life is.
The 18th hole, par -72 Vistoso course at the Golf Club at Vistoso plays 6,935 yards from the tips. Its course rating is 72.1 and the slope rating is 145 on Bermuda grass. The course opened for play in 1995. Just like other Weiskopf designs, the landing areas are generous and the greens are fiercely bunkered Water is in play on only the 8th hole – a 389 yard, par 4.The 5th hole is ranked the most difficult hole on the course. The club has a state-of-the-art practice facility with front and back tees, a huge putting green and a fairway bunker on the range for extensive practice. A golf vacation at this true desert golf experience is challenging yet playable for all types of golfers.
Aside from its challenging course layouts and design, it was also voted “Best Course in Tucson” and the “Number Three Public Course in Arizona” by Golf Digest in 1999. Golf Club at Vistoso obtained its reputation for creating the perfect golf vibe by providing high quality service and maintaining an immaculate facility that exceeds players’ expectations. Live the golf vacation you imagined by visiting this golf club!