Where the Mountains Meet the Fairways
Nestled against the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains, SaddleBrooke One provides residents and guests with 27 holes of park land style golf featuring undulating fairways and tall native trees. There are three courses: SaddleBrooke, Tucson and Catalina, which may be played in any combination to create a unique golf experience.
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For the first time, you can fly over all 27 holes above our three courses. Check out the videos below for a bird's-eye view of SaddleBrooke.
Recently renovated in 2011, the Tucson Nine is regarded as the most challenging of the three courses in SaddleBrooke. The course offers stunning views of the Catalina Mountain range from every hole. This nine is highlighted by hole #4, a strong par 4 requiring a tee shot over a pond to a sloping fairway with gorgeous mountain views in the background. The course challenge lies in the deep bunkers which await an errant shot and the length of the course.
Recently renovated in 2010, the SaddleBrooke Nine offers westward views of spectacular sunsets. This course is characterized not by length but rather by placing a premium on accuracy as is evidence by the signature hole #2 – only 125 yards in length requiring all carry over a pond. The SaddleBrooke Nine is the most requested nine for its fair yet challenging layout.
The newest of all three nines, the Catalina course was recently renovated in 2012. The course features three par 3 holes and plays to a par of 35. The course wanders through natural arroyos and brings the golfer close up views of the Catalina Mountain range. The signature hole #5 is a risk-reward par 5 featuring a second shot which must carry 250 yards to clear the ditch in the fairway. The Catalina Nine offers a wide variety of golf shots and is regarded among residents as the best layout of the three courses.
May 26th, 2023
All Courses and Practice Areas Open on Monday, May 29th
SaddleBrooke Course Update
The golf maintenance team has had a productive week on the SaddleBrooke course. All greens, tees and fairways received solid tine aeration. The fairways received the first application of sand for the summer. What you can expect when the course re-opens.
- Slower Green Speeds
-Greens will be a little bumpy still
-Wet course conditions
-Course transitioning from Rye to Bermuda
-Weak Transition Areas
Weak Transition Area
Transition of the golf courses from cool season Rye grass back to the warm season bermuda grass continues. The wet and cool winter has lead to some areas not transitioning very well this spring. There are always going to be areas that struggle a little more than others coming out of transition. Overall we are very pleased with the bermuda activity that we are seeing on the golf courses. Over the next 3 weeks the golf maintenance team will be addressing the worst transition areas with sod. Thank you for your patience during the transition process.
2023 Summer/Fall Cart Rules In Effect
Cart Traffic Update
"No Cart Zone" Reminders
Example of "No Cart Zone" on Catalina #1
"No Cart Zones" are in effect on all courses open to cart traffic
As cart traffic returns to the courses after overseeding the "No Cart Zones" will also be returning. 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 on 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
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Summer Walking Hours In Effect
- Summer Walking Hours:
BEFORE 7:00 am
AFTER 6 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
Weekly Walking Schedule
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Practice Facility Maintenance
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 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Wednesday 9:00 am - 10:30 am
2023 Summer Course Closure Schedule
2023 Over-Seed Dates
The following dates are when the courses will be closed for the over-seed process this year. As we get closer to over-seed time we will determine the order the courses will be over-seeded.
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