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Omni Tucson National Resort: Catalina

Tucson, AZ Public

Overview

The Catalina course at Omni Tucson National was a longtime host of the PGA Tour’s Tucson Open and currently hosts a PGA Tour Champions event. It also hosted the 1966 U.S. Senior Amateur. It is a traditional parkland layout with strategically placed bunkers and lakes that tighten the landing areas. The par-4 18th is a uniquely difficult hole with two lakes guarding both sides of the fairway, requiring a precise tee shot. The University of Arizona men’s golf team annually hosts a collegiate event in the spring on the Catalina course, attracting some of the top programs in the country.

About

Holes 18
Length 7262
Slope 134
Price $200
Facility Type Public
Designer Robert B. Harris, ASGCA/(R) Bruce Devlin/Robert von Hagge

Awards

100 Greatest

100 Greatest: The course was part of Golf Digest's original 200 Toughest Courses list from 1966-'68.

Panelists

Ratings from our panel of 1,900 course-ranking panelists

3.8

100 GREATEST/BEST IN STATE SCORES

Shot Options
6.3296
Character
6.5066
Challenge
6.673
Layout Variety
6.3294
Fun
6.4016
Aesthetics
6.2306
Conditioning
6.3373

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