The Views Golf Club: THERE’S GOOD REASON WE CALL IT THE VIEWS

Fun, relaxation and breathtaking scenery are the name of the game at The Views Golf Club. At each hole of our 18-hole course and along every step of the way, you will absorb and appreciate the mystic beauty of the surrounding Catalina Mountains that rise from the background like majestic giants. The rolling terrain of the natural desert southwest environment includes trees, cacti and other native plants that dot the landscape.

You will certainly enjoy playing golf surrounded by such invigorating vistas, but you will also hone your skills and improve your game on our challenging course. The Views Golf Club is an awarding winning golf course designed to enhance the golfing experience by featuring subtly elevated greens, challenging bunkers and a small lake found throughout the course. The front nine holes offer gentle slopes that meander through various arroyos and dry washes. The back nine more consistently tests golfing skills via higher elevations and sharper turns.

There are plenty of opportunities to test and improve your golfing abilities. We offer eight sets of tee boxes to choose from that range from 4775 to 6715 yards so you can select and play the yardage that best suits your particular needs. Course ratings range from 67.1 to 72.2 with a variety of slopes from 112 to 133 degrees. You can even skip the course and focus on your short-game at our driving range and practice area. Both annual memberships and daily green fee play are available.

The View Golf Club is a community-owned, semi-private course that offers one-month, three-month, four-month and annual passes in addition to reduced-rate, twilight and summer packages and 10-round punch cards. Weekly 9 and 18-hole play can be enjoyed by both men’s and women’s leagues and other events allow couples and mixed-member groups to enjoy tournaments, mixers and special programs throughout the year.

Recently awarded The Best of the Northwest by the NW Explorer newspaper and GEM award from the Southern Arizona Women’s PGA is only one of the reasons why you should come out and play The Views Golf Club of Oro Valley.


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    Slightly uphill approach to #1 green.
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    #1 green slopes back left to front right.
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    Back tees at the par 5 #2 require carry over desert.
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    Front tees at #2 offer an open fairway sloping to the middle from both sides.
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    Bunkers guard the left side and desert the right side of #2 fairway.
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    Elevated #2 green slopes front right to back left.
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    Up-slope on front and bunkers on back protect the par 3 #3.
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    Large #3 green slopes back left to right front.
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    Par 4, dogleg right #4 is our #1 handicap hole. Favor left center of fairway.
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    Drives on #4 can end up in grass bunkers on the right or depression across the middle of the fairway.
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    Bunkers protect the right side and desert the left of #4 green.
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    Par 5, dogleg left #5 requires a little carry to set up second shot.
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    Front tees on #5 offer an open shot.
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    Wash across #5 fairway requires choice of layup or carry on second shot.
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    Uphill #5 green protected by grass bunkers on front right and sand in back.
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    From back tees, par 4 dogleg right #6 calls for left side tee shot. Trouble on right.
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    From the front tees on #6, the view is open, but keep it left center.
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    Uphill approach to #6 green may need carry over bunkers on the right.
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    #6 green slopes back right to front left.
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    With its spectacular view, par 3 #7 is our signature hole. Being long is trouble.
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    #7's long green slopes back left to right front.
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    Par 4 #8 is fairly straight and uphill. Favor right half.
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    Grass bunkers protect both sides of #8 green.
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    Before leaving #8, turn around to take in the view.
    View of the Catalina Mountains from #8 green.
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    #8 green slopes back right to front left.
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    From par 4 #9 tees, a drive 10 yards beyond the 150-marker will carry over a cliff to a wash.
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    From the whites on #9, the green's not yet visible.
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    Just in front of the 30-foot cliff, approach to #9 requires right distance to a narrow depth green.
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    False front and traps in back leave little room for error.
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    #9 green slopes back left to front right.
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    On par 4, dogleg left #10, tee shots call for carry over a pond
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    #10 forward tees reduce carry over water to a wide fairway. Aim just right of left bunkers.
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    Very receptive #!0 green has right side bunkers. Must carry the front.
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    Need to avoid pot bunkers on left side of #10 green.
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    Need to avoid grass bunkers on left side of #10 green.
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    #11 left dogleg offers a bailout fairway on the right to avoid bunkers.
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    #11 has pot bunkers 100 yards out, traps in the back and right.
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    #11 green is long and narrow with hump mid-right.
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    Par 3 #12 calls for carry over grass bunker, but favor the left side.
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    #12 green is large and relatively flat.
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    Par 4 #13 has bunkers on both sides of fairway.
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    #13 elevated green requires an approach that carries the front.
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    A ridge runs through the center of #13 green. Important to be on the right level.
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    Front of 13 slopes left to right and back slopes right to left.
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    At par 4 #14, bunnies are free, birdies are up to you.
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    #14 approach favors left side, but avoid bunker on left.
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    Large #14 green has subtle undulations.
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    Short par 4 #15 doesn't require driver. Fairway runs out inside 100 yard marker.
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    #15 green is protected by bunkers right, back and left.
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    #15 green slopes front to back and right to left.
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    Par 5 #16 rewards tee shot over left moguls.
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    #16 layup to 100 yards is open. Avoid bunkers on right.
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    Three-tiered #16 green slopes right to left with falloff on left and backsides.
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    Elevated par 3 #17 is protected by bunkers on left and slope back and right.
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    Two-tiered #17 green slopes back left to right front.
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    No need for driver on #18. Aim for bunker straight out.
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    #18 tee shot short of bunker leaves around 100 yards to green.
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    #18 green well protected by bunkers all around.
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    Last view of the mountains until you stop in at The Views Bistro patio.

Amenities

  • Full service pro shop
  • Short game practice area with sand bunker
  • Full swing driving range
  • Cart rental or ride your own options
  • Competitive daily fees
  • Monthly, annual, twilight and summer passes
  • Group or private lessons from PGA Golf Pros

 

 

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