Yardage markers at 100/150/200 yards on cart paths and fairways.
Color coded flags indicate front/middle/back pin placements
The Catalina Course at Omni Tucson National Golf Resort & Spa is a traditional, 18-hole championship design that has challenged many of the world's greatest players since 1960. As host
to over 30 PGA Tour events, this course has a long standing reputation for having pristine conditions and exceptional customer service.
The Catalina Course is complimented by the desert style Sonoran Course, to provide two distinctive, high quality 18-hole championship layouts at the Omni Tucson National Golf Resort & Spa.
The golf facilites include a grass range, putting greens, pro shop and beautiful short game area with sand bunkers. Stay and Play packages at this fine resort are available. Click on the
review link on the top of this page for our pictorial review of the course. See our page for the resort on our Arizona Golf Resort section.
From Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport - Look for Tucson directional signs, which point the way to I-10 East. Exit I-10 East at Cortaro Road (NW side of Tucson) which is exit # 246 and
turn left (east). At the 5th traffic light, turn left (north) on Shannon Road
Visit the Arizona Golf Association Website to obtain information on becoming a member of this non-profit organization which represents amateur golfers and provides programs and
support for golf in Arizona.