SaddleBrooke Ranch Golf Club
|Rust (M)||72||5569 yards||65.8||110|
|Rust (W)||72||5569 yards||71.2||121|
|Plum (W)||72||5054 yards||68.6||113|
|Black M: 71.8/130||516||210||388||523||163||326||420||400||426||3372||544||388||227||561||163||409||374||388||449||3503||6875|
|Black/Pine M: 70.9/127||516||187||388||488||163||326||403||379||400||3250||524||388||203||522||163||409||374||388||430||3401||6651|
|Pine M: 70.0/123 W: 75.8/130||499||187||362||488||139||303||403||379||400||3160||524||357||203||522||137||384||331||370||430||3258||6418|
|Pine/Rust M: 68.2/118 W: 73.7/124||441||187||362||488||139||303||339||379||351||2989||524||289||156||455||137||384||296||370||373||2984||5973|
|Rust M: 66.1/111 W: 71.1/119||441||161||327||439||130||254||339||323||351||2765||451||289||156||455||114||343||296||327||373||2804||5569|
|Rust/Plum M: 64.6/106 W: 69.5/115||403||137||327||439||130||254||321||323||319||2653||425||289||156||414||114||311||296||327||337||2669||5322|
|Plum M: 63.2/101 W: 68.7/109||403||137||310||409||98||222||321||291||319||2510||425||275||139||414||92||311||242||309||337||2544||5054|
|Plum/Short M: 58.8/91 W: 60.3/92||300||137||200||300||98||222||200||200||200||1857||300||200||139||250||92||200||242||200||200||1823||3680|
Food & BeverageSnacks
Available ActivitiesSwimming, Billiards
Thin fairways and entire 9 holes closed without notice at time of booking
Course is in a very stressed condition with fairways with limited turf.
Good Track, Needs Work
Saddlebrooke Ranch has been a solid course for many years. Biut has become a course in need of maintenance. Fairways had bare spots, green collars were dirt and greens spotty.
Good track, overall worth it
Worth it for $25. Layout overall is open with a couple tighter fairways here and there but even the desert miss can be found since it’s short brush in many areas. Both front/back are open, however, #10 (Par 5) is under serious repair and is only playable from about 120yards in (temporary tees are set up and it plays as a par 3). Other than that, fairways are a bit drier than most courses but playable. Greens are in decent shape and roll pretty well. Played in 3h:40m with a couple groups in front of us (slowed down on the last few holes).
Affordable Course in Great Shape
They only have the front nine open so you play it twice but we’ll worth the money. They keep the course soft and it is pretty forgiving for high amateurs.
Windy but FUN!
The aerated greens have come back and were rolling nicely. In another week they'll be back to near perfect condition. Course is starting to dry out in places which is to be expected in the Arizona desert! Really windy day as the course is quite exposed but makes for some challenges. Pace of play was right at 4 hours.
Very poor fairway conditions
For a proclaimed professional Golf course, this course needs a lot of work. Greens and tees are in good shape . Two or three years of good care needed to bring it up to where it should be.
NEED FAIRWAYS WORK
This has been one of my favorite courses for a long time. But I am presently bothered by the shape the course is in. However, there are a number of fairways that are in very rough shape with thin grass in many areas. The 9th and 10th in particular. Also the 4th. The fairway grass also is cut too short. Greens are in fairly good shape.
Course is getting a lot of work but still in good condition. Well- watered as always. Pace of play was fast and uncrowned.
The practice green has been shut down for over a month. The back nine was out of play today
There is one place to get water on the front.nine without disposable cups
This place does nothing for the CUSTOMER above what is absolutely necessary
Course in good shape for this time of year. Each player had to have own cart. You kind of lose that feeling of playing as a group of friends. Not sure we need to go to these lengths. Too much in my opinion.
All in all, being on the golf course overcame the covid restrictions. Had fun and played well
Despite Covid19 restrictions we had a good time. The one negative was that there was no water or any other liquid available. It was a cool day, so not too much of a problem. However, when it's 100 + that could be an issue. That fact should be prominently displayed on both Golfnow and the course website.
Everything But Water
Overall course is good; moderately difficult; however, in Arizona hot/dry conditions require hydration....at the clubhouse was a water source but no cups; on the course there was no provision for water. by the end of the round, felt weak and dehydrated. The Ranch MUST address this ASAP.....the COVID issue is no excuse for not having an accommodation for water.
From tee to green, course is green, moist and a pleasure to play on. One of the better courses around Oro Valley while others go through problems with greens or rebuilds of same.
great course for the value
Love playing this course for my retirement relaxing pace. Great value for the money, lay out is fair but has it's challenging holes.