Canoa Ranch Golf Resort
About Canoa Ranch Golf ResortLocated south of Tucson in the town of Green Valley is Canoa Ranch Golf Resort, located next to Canoa Ranch Golf Club. This 94-unit resort features guest rooms and 1- and 2-bedroom suites. A buffet breakfast is included with rooms. Other amenities include a fitness center and outdoor pool. The golf course was designed by the team of Schmidt-Curley and opened in 2003. The resort offers unlimited golf packages, as well as access to six area golf courses such as San Ignacio and Haven Golf Club. Canoa Ranch Golf Resort is located a short distance of Green Valley dining and nightlife, as well as outdoor activities such as hiking and mountain biking.
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Golf courses at Canoa Ranch Golf Resort
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Beautiful views Photo submitted by Georgez71 on 06/11/2021
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What a view! Photo submitted by u314160229356 on 12/21/2020
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View, weather,course, excellent! Photo submitted by springlake on 12/12/2012
Continues to improve
Played during a monsoon morning, a bit of rain during our round. Course maintenance had to clear paths due to fairly heavy overnight water flow, they did a good job.
Greens soft, balls would hold, but not immediately. Bunkers still need work (rocks / firmness) but also had water in them occasionally, so drainage needs improvement. Fairways and tees very good, all green and playable.
This courses layout has never been an issue, fun, visually enticing, and just challenging enough.
Staff friendly, clubhouse open and first rate facility (although seems to close early, reopens for dinner?).
This facility is on an improving path and is a great place to play the game we all love.
Ranger was in a rush to get us off the course. Didn’t even greet us. Expected us to finish 18 in a little over 3 1/2 hours.
liked the course layout, pace of play was good, considering the warm weather course conditions were good.
Good Course Bad Amenities
2 things bring the 5 star rating down. The lady in the pro shop is not friendly at all.. Doesn't smile, doesn't greet you, doesn't thank you . Acts if she cared less whether you played there or not.
#2 If you want to eat forget it. Never seen a nice facility that doesn't offer some kind of breakfast. you can't even get a cup of coffee . The restaurant bar doesn't open until 11 AM You would think that they would offer breakfast burrito to go, muffins or something anyway. Even the Tucson city course has something better than this. And I refuse to play the junky city courses.What a waste of a nice facility. The bar tender is great and friendly "Cold Beer" and mixed drinks are good. The food . We ordered a Pecan crusted chicken salad. The chicken was some kind of Processed Meat. Not real chicken. Too Too Bad.
Course is in really good condition given the super hot weather with no rain. Greens roll really nicely and fairways are in great shape. Bunkers need help (but that is almost all Arizona courses). Would highly recommend playing it now while it is in this shape.
Great layout/ design
Greens hold shots
Greens could be faster and smoother.
Love the layout
We play mid day during the heat when we have the course mostly to ourselves. Pace is not slowed and we enjoy it more. Love this place.
Beware recently punched greens
I do like playing C Ranch but I get really ticked off when no mention of green punching is mentioned on their website or on GolfNow. The greens had been recently punched and not very well sanded so it will take longer to heal. No discount was given nor was there a sign at the proshop warning of of the conditions.
Don’t waste your time all the want is your money and do not care as you are not a member. Never again.
I called on Tuesday afternoon for a Wednesday, May 12th, Tee-Time. I was not told anything about the course condition or the fact that they had punched the greens on the back nine that day. Further, they failed to tell me that they would be punching the front nine greens the next day (the day I was to play).
So when we show up, we're told that we would be playing the back nine twice. Since is was now too late to get a similar tee-time at another nearby course, we decided to play. BIG MISTAKE.
What kind of customer service is it when they don't advise you when requesting a tee time that the conditions won't be what you would expect. I've played this course before and, other than the bunkers being nearly unplayable, it has always been in decent condition and warranted a repeat play. But now, I don't know if I will ever be back (and I live only six miles away). I've played dozens of golf courses in my life and I've been advised, when requesting a tee-time, of overseeding, aeriating, flooding, et. al. numerous times. I was always grateful of their honesty and rewarded such with a future booking. It's unfortunate that I can't say the same for Canoa Ranch.
Arrived 6:30am. Discovered that the front 9 was closed for plugging and sanding. Told we can play back 9 twice, but that it had been plugged and sanded too. We left. Should have had this information before booking.
It would have been great had you or the course had told me the back nine was closed !! I called the course prior to making the tee time.
Neither a bombers course nor a short hitters haven. Fairways were mostly good and the greens rolled true.
Pace of play was S L O W, but it was Mother's Day.
Saw the beverage cart twice, once on the 2d hole and at the turn.
Course is laid out pretty well, a couple of goofy holes but overall an enjoyable round.