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    Crooked Tree Golf Course at Arthur Pack Park is a superb 18-hole championship desert course designed by Lee Trevino and Dave Bennett, ASGCA.  The 200-acres setting makes this golfing layout more interesting as you play and view the beautiful ironwoods, mesquites and saguaros. Situated in a rugged terrain with scenery surrounding the course and enhanced by the fact no homes are lining its fairways.  You can enjoy the craggy beauty of the Sonoran Desert Southwest.  This 7,062 yards from the tips, par 72 layout features beautifully designed holes with stunning views of all five mountain ranges (Catalina, Tucson, Tortolita, Rincon and Santa Rita) offering beautiful sunrises and sunsets with gorgeous vistas.

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    Crooked Tree Golf Course: 9101 North Thornydale, Tucson, AZ 85742

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    Water hazards can come into play on five of the 18 holes.  There are three water basins on the course used for irrigation and aesthetics.  The layout allows for excellent use of these small lakes, making the course more enjoyable and challenging.  Crooked Tree Golf Course has a 72.2 rating and 132 slope, making it a pleasure to play by the intermediate and scratch golfer.

    Crooked Tree Golf Course offers one of the best public practice facilities in Pima County and is in strong contention to be the best public course to play in the area.  The facility includes practice putting greens, chipping green and driving range for all clubs. If you are looking for a great practice facility and economical rates, then Crooked Tree should be at the top of your list.

    Crooked Tree Golf Course offers more than a beautiful 18-hole course with a full practice facility.  The Southwestern décor of the beautifully designed and decorated clubhouse offers a full service restaurant serving both a daily breakfast, lunch and snacks throughout the day for the hungry golfer.  There is also a beer and wine bar open to the public, plus banquet facilities and a large outdoor patio overlooking the course.  For these events, outstanding food service is available, or you can cater it yourself. The beer and wine bar is available for all events including weddings, special occasions, corporate outings and social events.

    Crooked Tree Golf Course has hosted the Tucson Tour Players Qualifying, the Southern Arizona Open with Tucson National and has hosted the Pima County Amateur Championship for over 20 years and was the Tucson Open's Qualifying course for twelve years. This course is also home to the Arthur Pack Men's Club, which has upheld the tradition of playing three days a week and tournaments since the course's opening in 1975. In addition, there are two Ladies' Clubs that play one day a week and participate in tournaments.  

    Private lessons are available for the newcomer to the sport, by appointment.  Children can get a jumpstart on learning the game by enrolling in the summer junior clinics.  Crooked Tree proudly hosts the PGA’s First Tee program. This outstanding national youth development program is primarily designed to teach/promote character and life-enhancing values through the game of golf.

    The golf pro shop has every item the golfer will need to enjoy and improve the game.  It is completely stocked with a wide variety of top of the line merchandise and equipment with a courteous and knowledgeable staff to assist you.

    Crooked Tree Golf Course is open every day of the year, sunrise to sunset. Rates vary throughout the year and electric and pull carts are available for rental, although they are not required. Tee times may be made 7 days in advance and tournaments may be scheduled sooner.  Their website is: www.CrookedTreeGC.com.  To view a short video about the Crooked Tree Golf Course, CLICK HERE. 

    For more information or to schedule a tee time, call 520-744-3322. The restaurant is also available for banquets, parties, and other events with special catering and offers a full bar. For more information on restaurant services in its newly remodeled club house call 520-744-3033.

    Attractions in Pima County are open with capacity limits. For the best experience call ahead before visiting and ask about current guidelines and precautions.

    Note that masks are required in Pima County public spaces.
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