The Gallery Golf Course

Featuring two well-acclaimed golf courses is the The Gallery Golf Course at Tucson, Arizona. Providing a challenging layout on a picturesque sweeping view of the Sonoran desert landscape is the North Golf Course. On the other side, the South Golf Course offers gentle elevation changes on a view of thousands of giant saguaros coming from different directions. Both golf vacation destinations are set on an exuberant and natural desert surrounding that gives an exceptionally gratifying golf experience for golfers coming from various skill levels.

North Course of the The Gallery Golf Course, which was designed by John Fought and Tom Lehman (British Open Champion and 2006 Ryder Cup Captain), is ranked #1 in Southwest Arizona by Golf Digest and is acknowledged as one of Golfweek’s Top 100 Modern Courses. In this golf vacation spot, the nines meander through rugged canyons while the Sonoran views do more than amaze, it’s the tool to distract golfers and add to the demands, all together. Frankly, touring professionals would find the 18 holes tough, so it would seem more suitable for the higher handicap players.

Revealing into a more playable environment means going to the South Course of The Gallery Golf Course. Here, private clubs provide guests a place to sit back and relax with only the view to find hyperactive. The links style here is reminiscent of Donald Ross Pinehursts and its architectural scheme is more pleasing to the players who prefer a more classical atmosphere. This golf trip course, designed by John Fought, was nominated one of Golf Digest’s 100 Best. As a whole, the Gallery Golf Course received various awards and it became the highly celebrated host of the 2007 and 2008 World Golf Championships-Accenture.

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