Hilton Tucson El Conquistador Golf & Tennis Resort (520-544-1800)
Arizona Golf Course Review
The Hilton Tucson El Conquistador Golf & Tennis Resort complex includes 45 holes of championship golf, a beautiful complimentary grass driving range, spacious putting green
with sand bunker and short game chipping area. A beautiful full service clubhouse features a pro shop, restaurant and lounge, plus spacious locker rooms with showers, for both
men and women.. The Canada and Conquistador Courses are 18 hole Greg Nash and Jeff Hardin designs located about 3 miles from the resort, and the Pusch Ridge is
gorgeous 9 hole design playing into the mountains right on property. Together, they form the largest golf complex in Tucson. Golf packages of various lengths are available
through the Hilton, and are very reasonable considering that golf is included both on the day of arrival and departure, with additional same day rounds complimentary based on
availability. A great place to stay if you can't get enough golf!
The Hilton Tucson El Conquistador Golf & Tennis Resort is nestled in the foothills of the Santa Catalinas Mountains, and is designed to meet the needs of business and leisure
travelers alike. On property are 428 guest rooms, five distinctive restaurants, a fitness center and spa, swimming pools and jacuzzis, and 31 lighted tennis courts. The Hilton Golf
Academy features programs ranging from one day personalized clinics to 5 and 6 day golf schools. For more info on the gorgeous resort, visit our page for El Conquistador on the
resort section of our Arizona golf site by clicking here.
The two 18-hole and the beautiful 9-hole Pusch Ridge courses all feature efficient on-course marking systems, with 150 yard stakes in the middle of the fairways, sprinklers
heads measured to the front, middle and back of the greens, plus yardage blocks at 100 and 200 yards. Color coded flags indicate the day's hole locations.
Arizona Golf Course Review
The Canada Course measures 6713 yards from the tournament tees and is a tight, desert lined layout with undulating greens and great course conditions that make for an
enjoyable golf experience. Elevation changes and interesting doglegs will keep golfers on their toes, as they discern which clubs to use. Those playing it for the first time will have
to pay attention to the lay of the land. Usually an extra club is necessary on the approaches.
Many of the fairways present a bowl affect, affording slightly off-line tee shots an opportunity to funnel down to playable landing areas. The up and down nature of the terrain, with
gorgeous views of the surrounding mountains and desert - are aspects that keep us coming back for golf in Arizona, and especially Tucson. The vistas here are as good as it gets
The four sets of tees on Canada play to distances and slopes measuring 6626 yards/130 slope, 6183 yards/126 slope, 5730 yards/118 slope for men and 136 for women, and
5093 yards with a slope of 125 from the forward tees. Many of the tee shots head downhill, while most of the green complexes play back uphill, with mounds and undulations and
understated bunkering along the way.
The Canada is a good complement to the Conquistador and Pusch Ridge layouts, which together provide the largest golf complex in Tucson. The resort is first class all the way,
with great stay and play packages available year round - and the 45 holes of golf are memorable. For more info on the Canada course, visit their page on our web catalog of
courses to play in Tucson by clicking here.