Fly over all 27 holes above our three courses. Check out the videos below for a bird's-eye view of SaddleBrooke.
The Tucson Course is widely acknowledged as the most challenging among the three courses at SaddleBrooke One. Its difficulty stems from its considerable length, deep bunkering, and small yet undulating putting surfaces. Despite the challenges, players are rewarded with breathtaking views of the Catalina Mountains on every hole, providing a scenic distraction from the task at hand.
The SaddleBrooke Course extends westward from the clubhouse, presenting breathtaking sunset views. Its distinctive features include a focus on accuracy over length and subtle undulations on the greens. The signature second hole, serving as the backdrop to the community entrance, requires a dramatic 125-yard carry over a lake. As the original course on the property, it is frequently sought after for its fair yet challenging layout.
The Catalina Course stands as the most recent addition among the three courses at SaddleBrooke One. Spanning both sides of a natural arroyo to the south of the practice green, the course offers golfers close-up views of the Catalina Mountains, with the Tucson valley visible in the distance. Noteworthy features include three challenging par-three holes of varying lengths, contributing to a par of thirty-five.