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Fly over all 27 holes above our three courses. Check out the videos below for a bird's-eye view of SaddleBrooke.

The Tucson Nine

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 Nine

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 Nine

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.

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Weekly News From the Fairways

News From the Fairways

February 23, 2024
Pre-Emergent Applications
Over the next couple of weeks, the golf maintenance team will be making pre-emergent applications to all areas of the golf course. These applications are to help control the grassy weeds that germinate in the spring and summer months. The weather will play a major impact on when these applications will occur. Information on if and where the golf maintenance team is making applications that day will be sent out with the morning message from the pro shop.
All Holes Open to Regular Cart Traffic 
  • Some holes will remain closed to regular traffic but will allow access for MEDICAL FLAG CARTS
  • Some holes will remain closed to all traffic, including MEDICAL FLAG CARTS
  • All carts must use the "Gate System."
  • All cart restriction decisions are based on course playability and turf conditions.
  • Thank you in advance for your cooperation and patience!

Click the button below for a printable version of the Winter 2023 cart rules.
Gate System Reminder
  • The carts driving on the fairway must use the gate system, including MEDICAL FLAG CARTS.
  • Keep the cart on the path until reaching the entry gate.
  • Remain on the overseeded fairway until reaching the exit gate.
  • Only MEDICAL FLAG CARTS have access to the rough.
  • Only 2 carts are allowed on the fairway
  • Only MEDICAL FLAG CARTS have the ability to switch positions throughout the hole.
  • Avoid the temptation to drive right to the first ball and wait to enter at the entry gate.
  • Keep the cart on the path after leaving the exit gate.
  • Follow all posted cart signs.
  • Some holes may be closed periodically to all cart traffic based on turf conditions.
No Cart Zone Reminder
Example of "No Cart Zone" on Catalina #1

"No Cart Zones" are in effect on all courses open to cart traffic 
All cart traffic is restricted in these areas. These areas will provide a visual yellow line that should not be crossed by any golf cart, including "Medical Flag Carts". This system will improve course safety and course conditioning.


  • A yellow line will designate the "NO CART ZONE" on each hole

  • The gates must still be used by all carts.

  • Fairway cart signs should still be used as the proper location to exit the fairway and return to the cart path.

  • Sad #2, Cat #5, Cat #6, and Cat #8 will not have lines due to limited space and/or steep slopes. All carts should remain on the path when around these specific green complexes or holes if it is a par 3.

Thank you for your cooperation as we work to improve golf course safety and enhance course conditioning.
Remember to do Your Part
Divot Mix Reminders
Sand and Seed Mix
  • Available in divot boxes at the start and middle of each course.
  • Should be used in all fairway and tee divots only.
  • Remember to carry your divot bottle with you to the fairway.
Sand Mix
  • Available in all large concrete boxes.
  • Available in the round containers by the bathrooms on SaddleBrooke and Catalina.
  • Should be used to fill divots in the rough.
Fore The Golfer: How To Repair Ball Marks
How to Repair Ball Marks Video
Ball mark repair tools come in all shapes and sizes. While almost any pointed object can be used to repair ball marks, to repair a ball mark correctly requires the right technique. Fortunately, the correct technique is so simple that it can be explained by this video in less than two minutes. Click on the link to watch the video.
Frost Delay Information
Frost Delay Hotline:
(520) 825-2505 (option 1)
After 7 am
Cooler weather has started to arrive and with it comes the need for frost delays. Frost delays are necessary to protect the turf grass from damage and limit exposure to unsafe conditions on the courses. Please use the frost delay hotline to receive daily updates on potential delays.
The USGA has a great short article on what golfers should know about frost delays.

Click the USGA logo below to view the article.
Winter Walking Hours
Before 8:00 am
And After:
Holes #1 and #2 5:00 pm
Holes #3 and #4 5:15 pm
Holes #5 and #6 5:30 pm
Holes #7 thru #9 5:45 pm

For your safety please follow all posted signage.

Golfers always have the right of way

  • Please walk on the paths, do not walk down fairways or across greens.
  •  All pets must be on a leash
  • Please clean up after your pets, the trash cans on the golf course are not to be used to dispose of pet waste.
  • Please refer to the weekly walking schedule for additional course availability.
Practice Facility Update
Practice from the grass is based on turf conditions. The Practice Facility will close every Monday and Wednesday from 9:00am to 10:30am for maintenance. This includes the short game area.

Maintenance Hours:

Monday 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Wednesday 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Golf Shop | 520-825-2505
Winter Golf Shop Hours: 7:30am - 4:00pm