Stone Canyon Club

Stone Canyon Club

Architect: Jay Morrish
Year: 2000

14200 North Hohokam Village Place
Tucson, Arizona 85755
(520) 219-1500

Course Access: Private

driving range available
motorized golf carts available

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An appropriately named club, Stone Canyon’s golf course set amongst enormous hills that are covered in boulders.  A tight course that requires precision shot making to score well this course provides a great challenge for all players as well as breathtaking desert and mountain vistas.

Local Knowledge: Don’t look too hard for balls hit off the beaten track as they have a tendency to disappear in the stones and you never know what kind of wildlife you might find amongst the rocks.

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The Itinerant Golfer

Stone Canyon Club

I had not been to Arizona since I was about 14 years old so my memory of the area was pretty limited. I was excited to be getting back out there as an adult and see what this desert living business was all about. Although the main mission of this trip was to play at Stone Canyon Club in Oro Valley outside of Tuscon, I flew into Phoenix because it was a little easier from a travel logistics standpoint. This trip would consist of a warm up game in Phoenix and then on to the Tucson area for two more games there and then the red eye back home Saturday night in order to arrive home in time for Easter Sunday festivities with family and friends. My friend Jay from New York was joining me on this trip and would arrive in Phoenix about two hours after me. Once he landed and picked up his bags I got a call to let me know he had arrived and I proceeded to try to figure out how to find him. I started from the cell phone lot at the Phoenix airport and 20 minutes and at least two laps around the airport later we loaded his gear into the car. As we drove through Phoenix the very first thing I noticed is that the place really is bona fide desert . . . cactus, sand, scrub brush and all the trimmings. The real deal when it comes to deserts. I would… More >