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Tucson

Located just an hour and a half south of Phoenix, Tucson the second-largest city in Arizona that has a flavor all its own. Clearly and distinctly Southwest, yet cultured and sophisticated, the comfortable climate and beautiful mountains surrounding the city make for an ideal locale, picture-perfect vistas, and a great home to our favorite game, golf. A university town is often eclectic, and Tucson is no exception. Coffeehouses and pubs cater to the younger crowd, while the symphony may sooth the more mature guests. No matter what you've a craving for, chances are you'll have plenty of it to choose from in Tucson.

Once and again home to Old Tucson, which has served as both a tourist attraction and a working movie studio, this step into the past is just one of the attractions of the city. The Sonora Desert Museum and Saguaro National Park both draw large numbers of people to learn about this unique geography.

Tucson's climate is ideal for outdoor recreation and has an average of 350 sunny days all year. This type of weather attracts golfers from all over to visit inculding the WGC-Accenture Match Play Golf Championship. With your next golf vacation to Tucson you can experience a desert golf course, or enjoy a more traditional links-style layout that have been designed by the best Robert Trent Jones Jr., Tom Fazio, Tom Weiskopf or Jack Nicklaus.

View the different golf categories and activities to see free golfing coupon deals. Call individual courses or businesses to receive discounts in advance or bring them with you for great savings!

The Metropolitan Tucson population is more than 1 million and still growing and you will be sure to see why when you visit this wonderful gem in the desert. With the valley floor at 2,389-foot you can excape to the summit of Mt. Lemmon of 9,157-foot for a cooler weather. Tucson is surrounded by a lot of natural beauty such as the Saguaro National Park where the giant saguaro cactus call home, Coronado National Forest, Catalina State Park, and Ironwood Forest National Monument.

Tucson offers visitors golf, outdoor adventure, heritage and culture, arts and attractions, original Southwest-inspired dining and so much more. With lodging accomidations to suit all ages and personal preferances you will be sure to enjoy your next golf vacation to Tucson.

Phoenix may have the heart, and Scottsdale may have the soul, but Tucson's golf courses are a thinking player's game. Take a few days of your golf vacation in Tucson. Enjoy the opportunity to rise to the occasion!