The legend began more than 120 years ago when the club’s hero, Richard Starr, crafted a trail through the rugged Tucson Mountains. Today, Starr Pass Country Club still continues to exist with 27 holes of championship holes that meander through the mountains and arroyos of Tucson. Golf legends – Arnold Palmer, Phil Mickelson, Payne Stewart, and Nancy Lopez – have all made their way through this historic golf destination. When seeking a memorable adventure, better have a golf trip to this legendary golf club and see the heroic works of the legends.
A golf vacation at Starr Pass Country Club challenges the golfers’ game through the use of natural elements as hazards, while calming their souls with beautiful vistas of the Catalina Mountains. The three 9-hole courses are named after the desert wildlife found here – Rattler, Road Runner, and Coyote. In 2003, these courses were redesigned by the legendary Arnold Palmer. After a round of golf, guests may choose to stay at JW Marriot Starr Pass Resort and Spa that offers elegant accommodations including seven restaurants, state of the art fitness center, and the comfortable 20,000 square foot Hashani Spa.
The club’s views are simply dramatic as it winds through valleys and arroyos , and curves among the bluffs of Tucson Mountains. The demanding and unique layout allows guests to enjoy unsurpassed views of the entire facility. Starr Pass Country Clubis sure to be the highlight of the golf trip no matter which of the Rattler, Road Runner, or Coyote nine’s the golfers play.