La Paloma Golf Club - Ridge - Hill - Canyon
When you’re ready to plan your golf outing, explore one of our three Tucson golf courses—Hill, Canyon or Ridge—all part of our award-winning, private 27-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course. Each offers their own distinctive desertscape of flowering cacti, palo verde, yucca, agave, and other native vegetation. In our ongoing effort to work in harmony with our environment, we reclaim all water used to irrigate this absolutely amazing Tucson golf course
True to its name, this 3,534 yard par 36 layout offers numerous elevated tee shots down to the manicured fairways at the bottom of the desert canyon through which the course has been created. Jack Nicklaus designed a challenging, but fair, experience that rewards well placed shots. The Canyon Rating/Slope information is based off of the 18-hole combination of the Ridge and Canyon courses.
The 3,463 yard par 36 Hill course is the most recent addition to La Paloma Country Club. Starting golfers off with stunning views of the Santa Catalina Mountains, the Jack Nicklaus design weaves its way through the Sonoran Desert landscape, presenting numerous encounters with natural arroyos, saguaro cacti and risk/reward shot decisions. The Hill course Rating/Slope information is based off of the 18-hole combination of the Hill and Ridge courses.
The Ridge course, at 3,554 yards and par 36, is considered by many to be the most picturesque nine holes you can play in Southern Arizona. Jack Nicklaus combined the spectacular views with a natural desert landscape design that demands careful shot selection. The Ridge Rating/Slope information is based off of the 18-hole combination of the Ridge and Canyon courses.