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
Images from Omni Tucson National Resort
#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
I can't wait!
I've played the Sonoran course twice which I really enjoy except for the silliness of hole fifteen. The Catalina course is nothing like it's partner. The Catalina course is more like a Southern California course. It is a fun layout. It still isn't in great shape because of the over seeding, but I can't wait to play it in a couple of months.
Great course.Staff and facilities....outstanding.I am looking forward to playing this course again
In my opinion the Tucson National is a must play if you are the Tucson area. Great track with great shot value
cart path only only drawback
From the moment we dropped off our clubs till we finished just a great day. Even had the marshall take picture of our group Played in 4 hours wonderful
visite du 15 octobre 2014
Très bonne condition de jeu, niveau de difficulté très intéresant avec plusieurs choix de départ.
Best shape of any course in Tucson. The greens are beautiful. Great views of Catalina Mountains.
Beautiful course and scenery, but it would've been nice to know the greens were scalped in preparation of overseeding. Greens wouldn't hold and were difficult to judge speeds.
catalina course at Omni Tucson Golf Resort
Was told the course was in prime condition and when we played 2 days later, the greens had been scalped, were brown and quite possibly the worst greens I have ever played on in 40 years of golf
Stay on the fairways
While many of the area courses are closed for overseeding, this course has done some minor preparation for closing. The fairways were nice, the rough was extremely thick, and the greens slightly bumpy. My recommendation is to avoid the rough at all costs. We lost balls just off the fairways due to the deep rough.
great course in good shape!
The Catalina course is in pretty good shape for this time of year. The rough is super thick right now so finding your ball can be difficult. The greens are a little bumpy but not bad. The fairways are great and the bunkers are good.
A break from the typical desert courses
Great course with a "midwestern" flavor - not a cactus in sight.
As a twosome, we were stuck behind a slow hacker foursome - the ranger was no help as long as our overall pace was 4 hours.
Sonoran Course is a tough test of golf. Bunkers come into play and the Catalina Mountains influence the speed and break to your putts.
Like the course very much.
Nice. Very solid course....guess that's why the pro tour has been here so often. Wish they'd get back on Golf Now!!!
usually in good shape
local knowledge helps on holes 10 & 11
great 18 th hole
love the cheer from backyard observers
hole ten is kind of strange. tee shot needs to be placed right edge of fairway! they need water faucet or fountain (not the refillable jug) at cart staging area!
Golf now dot com provides good rates of the golf games, we will mostly to get the tee time from golf now dot com to play the games.
Catalina Course Review
The check in greeting, pro shop staff, and starter were excellent. Practice range set up was a bonus. The course was in great shape.
Good esatablihsed course
The catalina course at Omni Tucson National is very good. The whites are 6600 and provide plenty of challenge. Greens are in good shape and challenging to hit, frequently protected.
My favorite part about this course is that I think it has the best trees in Tucson. These are not desert tress, these are big trees lining the fairway frequently and genuinely affect your play, in the good challenging way, especially on 11.
They had recently aerated the f/ways, but other than that the course was in great conditions and the staff is superb.
Course was in great shape and in is pretty long but very playable. Had a great day despite the 10 am tee time in July.