We had the privilege of dining at the historic Skyline Country Club in Tucson’s Catalina Foothills. The cuisine was prepared by award-winning chef, Chef Issa Moussa and his staff, and was absolutely delicious. The city views were spectacular, and the atmosphere was relaxing.
For information on the Skyline Country Club, CLICK HERE.
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Tucson’s golf courses are second to none. Vistoso, Ventana Canyon, Randolph Golf Course, Arizona National Golf Club, Starr Pass, and La Paloma Golf Course are just a few of the Tucson golf course treasures.
For information on favorite Tucson golf courses – CLICK HERE.
There have been many articles about whether Tiger Woods will make his return to golf at the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship here in Tucson. It would be a great place to make his entrance back into golf. Complete opposite of the well attended and wild Phoenix Open (at least the 16th hole).
This tournament in Tucson has restricted ticket sales and a quiet crowd. The Tucson fans would be there to watch golf.
Check your golf club specifications, especially on your irons, for a lower scores and better shots. You can do that in Tempe-Phoenix at Arizona Golf Works, as the have bending machines for both irons and putters. In Tucson, try Arizona Golf Exchange. They too have a Mitchell bending machine for irons.
Standand length, swingweight, loft/lie golf club specs, and other information can be found at Clubmaker.NET.