The Views Golf Club at Oro Valley

Pro Shop Hours of Operation

Oct - April

May - Sept

 Sunday, Monday, Friday, Saturday   
6:30 AM - 5 PM

Tuesday
6 AM - 5 PM

Wednesday & Thursday
7 AM - 5 PM

Driving Range

Friday - Tuesday
6:30 AM - 5 PM

Wednesday
7 AM - 3 PM

Thurs
7 AM - 5 PM

 Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday   
6 AM - 5 PM

Wednesday & Thursday
6:30 AM - 5 PM

Driving Range

Thursday - Tuesday
6 AM - 1 hr before dusk

Wednesday
6 AM - 3 PM

Course Details

Known by locals as one of "the best golf courses in Tucson, Arizona" The Views Golf Club has 18-holes of spectacular desert golf.

The Views Golf Club has earned a reputation as one of the hidden gems in the rich Tucson-area golf scene. Starting with the elevated tee shot from the first tee to the challenging approach on #18, every aspect of your game will be tested.

Once you find the fairway and study your approach to the first green, you will notice the other design element found throughout the course:  Large, subtly elevated, rolling greens. The front nine meanders through spectacular dry washes or arroyos that will test your nerve as well as your course management skills. Hole #9 perhaps serves as the best example of this. You must lay up to the edge of a large bluff to set up your best approach to the heavily bunkered green. This par 4 of only 399 yards from the championship tees was voted one of Tucson Dream 18 holes.    
The back 9 takes you to the higher ground of The Views Golf Club. More elevated tee shots, sharp dog-legs and spectacular mountain views highlight the inward half of the course. Avoid the deep pot bunker on #18 and you will have successfully navigated this beautiful, but deceptively challenging, course.

With eight sets of tees for both men and women, you will certainly find a tee location that fits your game. From the championship tees that stretch to 6715 yards with a course rating of 72.2 and a slope of 133 to the forwards tees of 4775 yards with a course rating of 69.6 and slope of 112, the options make the course enjoyable for every skill level.

The Views Golf Club is a community-owned facility that offers annual passes as well as daily fee rates. The Club allows members to use private carts on the course and also offers rental carts. It has a full service pro shop with lessons available from PGA professionals, a full-swing driving range and a complete short game practice area.

The Club has 18 and 9-hole golf leagues for both men and women that play weekly events. We also offer couples golf that plays monthly tournaments in addition to various mixers and special events throughout the year. Upon completing your round, reflect on your day and enjoy a cold beverage at our full-service restaurant, The Views Restaurant. The front patio of our restaurant and the terrace offer some of the best panoramic views of the Santa Catalina Mountains anywhere.


Walking Hours

Dress Code

Men must wear collared shirts. Mock turtleneck shirts with a collar of at least 1-inch may be worn. Sweatshirts with collars and turtlenecks are acceptable. Crewneck golf shirts may be permitted at the discretion of the golf shop staff. T-shirts are never permitted.

Shorts and skirts must be no shorter than mid-thigh in length.

Golf shoes with soft spikes are recommended. Non-spiked athletic shoes, (tennis shoes, running shoes, etc.) are permitted. Golf shoes with metal spikes and other athletic shoes with rubber spikes or cleats are not allowed. Other type shoes must be approved by the Pro Shop staff.

All dress code requirements apply to the driving range facility as well as the golf course. This will be monitored by the Pro Shop staff.

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A brief explanation of overseeding and the impact it has on overall health of the golf course:

Overseeding is taking a cool season grass, such as ryegrass, and seeding it into the existing warm season grass, bermudagrass.  This practice enables the fairways, tees and greens to remain green during the winter when the bermuda grass goes dormant, or turns brown.  The problem is the competition between the two types of grasses creates poor playing conditions every June which requires a lot of time and energy to repair each summer.

Our solution to prevent these poor conditions is to not overseed fairway segments from time to time.