Omni Tucson National Resort
About Omni Tucson National ResortOmni Tucson National Resort is one of Arizona's most historic golf resorts, having formerly hosted the PGA Tour. The resort has just 128 guest rooms and suites, making it a more boutique experience compared to some of the larger Tucson golf resorts. There are two very different, 18-hole golf courses onsite. The original Catalina Course opened in 1962 with the resort and is more classically parkland in nature. The Sonoran Course is newer, designed by Tom Lehman, and more of a desert-style layout. Guests can dine at casual Legends Bar & Grill or enjoy fine dining at Bob's Steak & Chop House. Off the golf course, guests can enjoy lighted tennis course, spa, 24-hour fitness center and sand volleyball courts.
Golf courses at Omni Tucson National Resort
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#16 plays fairly steeply uphill. I was 16 inches for a birdie, after hitting a solid 135 club from 109 out. Photo submitted by Jonathan5270953 on 08/14/2013
Photo submitted by JefeisJefe on 04/09/2013
Photo submitted by dhsgolfcoach on 04/06/2013
catalina course - tucson nat'l Photo submitted by bellefeuille on 11/25/2012
Course conditions are amazing. One of 2 best in Tucson.
Tucson National Sonoran Course
Summer golf in Tucson is like a bar date, hot and cheap and you better be sure to stay hydrated.
Tucson National is top of the line golf and while the Catalina course is my all time favorite, the Sonoran Course is definitely in my top 10. Course conditions are always outstanding and while the greens were a bit slow after aeration, the course still didn't disappoint. If you have a chance and have never played it, do so and you will not be sorry.
Course in great shape. Staff very friendly. Pace of play was very fast.
Golfer from Denmark
Excellent round of golf, on an amazing course. Very friendly staff, perfect training facilities.
The double punched greens
They had punched the greens twice within a week making them almost unplayable. Was like putting a ping pong ball on wet concrete. No warning posted on GolfNow.
VERY NICE GOLF COURSE. I BOOKED ON GOLFNOW.COM AS A SINGLE BUT GOT PAIRED UP WITH COUPLE GUYS. THE ONLY THING THAT I DIDN'T LIKE THAT MY TEE TIME WAS CHANGED WHILE I WAS ON THE DRIVING RANGE. I RUSHED TO THE FIRST TEE ASSUMING THAT I WAS GOING TO PLAY AT 7 AM BUT GOT BUMPED UP TO LATER TEE TIME. I DON'T BELIEVE THIS EVER HAPPENED TO ME BEFORE.
Very nice course, not easy but very fun to play. Bunkers were in amazing shape which is rare for Tucson.
Catalina slow play
Course in great shape and great price on round. Quit after 12 holes and four hours however. Talked to staff about pace of play and they didn't seem to Care. "Yea it was slow today", no marshalls were ever seen.
A challenging but playable track
Great condition, fun to play. A definite course to play next tri[p to Tucson.
Favorite course of the week.
Difficult but great course. Staff was friendly and helpful. In the sand a little too often but would do better with a little course knowledge. Will definitely golf again.
Professional staff and well taken care of grounds.
The only thing to do in Tucson
The course was in great condition considering the Tucson National was played there weeks before, and there was a golf tournament going on at the same time as we were playing. U of A was playing St.Johns. With several courses combined on property, sometimes you get turned around, but nevertheless a good course with lots of scenery of the Catalina Mountains.
nice desert course
Played with my son - we were paired with another GolfNow customer and a course member. We played in 4 hours, and benefitted from member's local knowledge. Many desert courses, this one included (Sonoran), are tricky if you do not know the best line to play. This is a perfectly enjoyable desert course with a fair amount of elevation changes and uneven lies. Would probably become more enjoyable the more often you played here, due to familiarity. We played in early April, weather was perfect and course conditions were good. Staff was friendly and helpful, generally a good experience. Enjoyed a nice meal at the clubhouse bar/patio afterwards. A worthy add to any list of courses to try in Tucson area. Interested to come back and try the Catalina course which I understand is very different/traditional compared to Sonoran.
Tucson Natl. Golf
Played both courses on successive days. Both experiences were outstanding. Both courses are in first class shape and the staff was extremely courteous and accommodating. You gotta play here!!
First Time At Tucson National
Excellent conditions on an extremely windy day in Tucson. The greens are FAST and the green complexes/hole locations were very tough.
Played in 3.5 hours which is refreshing in this day and age when rounds can extend an hour or more longer.
Enjoyed the layout and the members I was paired up with.
Staff was very friendly & helpful.
Will be coming back to play again when in Tucson.
great conditions for so early in the season
This course had the best conditions in the rough out of the 6 we played from 3/5 to 3/16. They were pretty green so you didn't always roll back down inclines.
You travel quite a bit through a development between hole but views are great.
It was an all around solid golf experience - played Sonoran course. Friendly staff, nice practice area, very good conditions with quick greens. Great happy hour - try the fish tacos. Will definitely play here again on future trip to Tucson.
The excellent, albeit challenging conditions along with perfect weather and great pace of play resulted in the nicest round I have played anywhere in a very long time.
The courses here are being prepped for a Champions Tour event next week. The greens are smooth as pool tables and stimped out at 12. Lots of blind shots makes your first round here even more challenging. The views from many of the holes are nothing short of breathtaking and the many serious elevation changes add a lot of "wow" factor.
I can't wait to play here again.
Always a great course to play. Looking forward to the Seniors PGA Tour coming soon. Hope to attend. UA had a match with Colorado State, I think that may have caused play to be slow. Those young guys can really hit that ball. Wow
overpriced old style course
overpriced old style course - try the other course??