Starr Pass Golf Club - Coyote/Roadrunner
|Blue (W)||71||5601 yards||71.1||136|
|Red (W)||71||4823 yards||68.0||120|
|Gold M: 71.6/143||221||396||193||349||453||557||337||207||504||3217||437||426||500||440||168||351||201||548||441||3512||6729|
|Black M: 70.5/132||221||365||173||326||446||539||327||198||488||3083||432||420||492||425||158||345||198||536||385||3391||6474|
|Hybrid M: 69.9/131||221||365||173||326||446||539||337||198||504||3109||432||381||492||322||150||351||201||536||385||3250||6359|
|Silver M: 67.4/123||195||349||130||304||426||505||289||175||485||2858||425||381||485||322||150||330||141||508||376||3118||5976|
|Blue M: 66.2/118 W: 71.1/136||164||337||112||265||416||486||273||158||425||2636||402||354||480||303||145||325||132||462||362||2965||5601|
|Red W: 68.0/120||145||240||78||228||343||464||250||137||345||2230||363||328||415||274||115||266||96||419||317||2593||4823|
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Coyote #7 Photo submitted by u2294865
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Rattler #7 Photo submitted by u2294865
Par 3 was visually intimidating Photo submitted by Madves
Very calm and used to people. Photo submitted by tstamback
Little fuzzy as she was on the opposite side of the green and almost dark out. Photo submitted by tstamback
Me at Starr Pass, Tucson behind me Photo submitted by azwildcat127
Roadrunner Photo submitted by azwildcat127
Cousin Robert at Starr Pass Photo submitted by azwildcat127
Starr Pass - RoadRunner #9 Photo submitted by Mark7630854
Be careful of the spectacular views
Starr Pass is a fairly tough course since there is usually desert scape between you and your intended landing area. The course is gorgeous and the views are dramatic. The fairway is plush. Greens were not super fast, actually a little slower than what I expected, but great to put on. Starr Pass is well worth the money ! I'm a 14 handicap and we played the silver tees today.
Nice course, friendly helpful staff
Beautiful desert course. Friendly helpful staff. My twosome started at 930am and was done by 1pm. Rental clubs were nice but more expensive than I'm used to paying.
Millionaires Target Golf
Headlines: Fabulous but hard course; very unforgiving; great staff; nice clubhouse. Started at 9 am and saw no-one else on the course for 4 hours - just like owning your own course!!!!.
If you think golf is "Smash the ball 300 yards roughly towards the hole and then ping a wedge onto the green from any old lie" - then you'll probably hate this course. We played the Rattler / Roadrunner combination. You need to have long straight carries off the tees (Black), an ability to hit long carries over gullies onto the greens and then be able to read some very subtle breaks. Anything wayward or short is a lost ball. Frankly the course wrecked my card, but if you are willing to use a course to teach you to hit straight and long, then this is a great course to come and improve your game. Sure you may lose a few balls but the rewards of hitting greens in regulation here are amazing. Tees and fairways were immaculate, greens running at about 9 ie not quick but very tricky breaks. The only criticism was that the greens were very soft, almost any flighted approach shot left a really large deep gouge in the putting surface that was hard to repair nicely. I think they ought to stop overnight watering for a while and allow the greens to firm up. I'd play this again in a heartbeat.
The course was in great shape the fairways were great no bald spots in them.
Greens rolled great but were just a touch soft so spike marks were showing up in them but with new rule you can fix all of them if needed
We play this course several times each winter. My only complaint is we never get to play the Coyote nine. If you want to play it you have to tee off to early and many times it is just to cold then.
I love this course , the fairways and greens are in good shape, my 2nd time playing but I will be returning soon.
Great course in excellent condition! Nice views of city and mountains.
A course to play in Tucson! Better have your game on. Need to hit it straight and need to know your distance. Bring a range finder since carts are not equipped with GPS. Take it in when you’re there.
Little played gem!
Starr Pass is a gem. Great condition, great challenge, great staff support. One of the best courses in Tucson.
Great challenging course lacking in amenities
Really enjoyed the course - excellent condition, friendly staff BUT no on-course washrooms or ball washers. Also no beverage cart even though we were assured there was.
Not for your typical golfer
This course has beauty and interesting holes. However, if you are above a 5 handicap, you need to play from forward tees because of the narrow fairways and forced carry over ravines. Because of the lack of walking the course (too much space between holes) difficulty for all but the best players and slow play (5 hours), I can't recommend it.
Had a good time.
Enjoyed the course, great time to play in Arizona, at a decent price.....for us locals.
Very challenging course, staff friendly and helpful. Target golf , would help to play course a few times to know yardages to hit
Tucson 5 Star golf club
I always play Starr Pass while in Tucson. Great friendly staff in all departments. The layout is bueatiful and challenging. Play the correct tees to enjoy your round. Today was a great day. I will dream of this course when shoveling snow this winter. You will not be sorry you played here.
Great Value Great Course
Course was in great shape . Played round in 3 hrs 15 min. Friendly staff and great food .
Challenging but fun!
Course was in excellent shape after overseeding. Pace of play was perfect. Played as a twosome with guy the marshall paired me upon arrival. Clubhouse staff was friendly and welcoming. We played Rattler/Roadrunner. Plenty of challenges to choose clubs for different shots. Not always driver which is a great way to play. Greens roll true but not super fast. Can’t wait to play again!