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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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
My front 9 was ‘Roadrunner’ and the back was ’Cayote’. Roadrunner, I would categorize as “target golf”. Because it was my first time playing the course, I had no idea where I was going and some of the holes, you could barely see the landing areas. The 1st hole was a nice Par 3 ... but I could see the landing area. After that, a few of the holes, I had to drive to plan my shots. Seeing the target areas was difficult and there were no pictures or layout diagrams. With no course knowledge and no one with who could help, I experienced a bit of frustration. The 2nd 9 ... Cayote, was awesome. They had recently over seeded the course so it was Cart Path Only ... and a couple of the fairways were being worked on.
I would definitely recommend the course and I will definitely play it again.
Challenging but fun course
Starr pass was challenging but fun. Tee boxes were in great shape. Most fairways were narrow with OBs left and right. There were some bare spots on the fairways, but this was the exception. Greens were in great shape, held your shots, but a little slow. You had to carefully read the greens and many were challenging. Course knowledge is helpful given hazards.
Overall, enjoyed my outing and would enjoy playing Star Pass again!
Very difficult if you don’t know the course layout... many holes require big distance over canyons.. next time I’ll download GPS app..
Nice course...great starters...very friendly and informative. Mac and Eddie are two of the best. We played two days in a row and the courses were in decent shape considering they are starting to prep for overseeding next week. Greens were soft and in good shape but needed to be rolled.
Beautiful, challenging and yet rewarding for everyone in my group- handicaps 9 to 25. The greens were perfect and held the approach shots. The summer rates make it very affordable!
The course has lots of wildlife and desert plants
Played here two years ago and its just as beautiful now as it was then. Wildlife all over the place, senic views, native plants. Fairways and greens in excellent shape, looks like they got their rain. Can't wait to play there again!
Course was in good shape except for a few fairways that were pretty spotty. Greens were in great shape. We played in 3.5 hours thanks to two groups of four letting us play through. Otherwise it probably would have been more like 4.5 hours. Staff were very friendly. Would recommend this course!
Solid course, beautiful scenery.
Fairways were a little beat up and greens slow. Great value though!
Everyone from the front desk, Marshall, and cart jockey were friendly and knowledgeable. The course was in fantastic shape considering it's the middle of the summer in Tucson. The greens were a little bit slow but smooth. We played as a twosome in 3 hours. The layout is diverse and very interesting. We will definitely return when it's a little cooler
I was extremely disappointed that a course of this quality had porto-potties installed for use. I played in lot of courses with my playing partner (women) that were not to the course standard employed by Starr Pass yet that have fully functional wash rooms installed.
This may be fine for men but totally inadequate for women.
what a disappointment ... fairways patchy and like a pasture... greens nice.. spend your money else where...
Starr Pass is a true example of desert golf. Conditions were very nice for middle of the summer. Make sure you play from the correct tees, will make the day much more rewarding.
This course is very scenic
Great view of the valley and abundant wildlife. Challenging layout requires considerable thought and shot planning. Fairways conditions were poor on many holes with little to no grass and wet conditions. Greens though were soft and true. We found the staff to be friendly and helpful. Just wish fairway conditions were better.
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This course never disappoints. The holes are challenging and there is a fair amount of risk/reward if you care to take it on. The hot weather has definitely effected the course, but for the most part, in good shape.
I enjoyed the round and will play there again.
Great Course and wildlife experience
Had an absolute blast. Beautiful course with gorgeous views. Experienced a free wildlife tour while playing. We had roadrunners, coyotes, javelina, rabbits and a rattlesnake that joined us.
Last Minute decision
I woke up and wanted to play a round. Got a great rate at a great time. Course was great compared to most in Tucson this time of year. Staff was very good. Love the course.