18 Holes | 6,728 Yards | Par 72 | Slope 135 | Bermuda | Gary Panks (1997)
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This course provides some of the reasons why Tucson is famous among golfers around the world. Located on the ragged backside of the Catalina Mountains, this is an18 hole, 6,728 yards, 72 par course.
Dress Code: Yes
Played Mountainview for first time of our 2 month stay in Tucson. It did not disappoint. Course is "player friendly" and in very good condition. Pace of play was acceptable but cannot understand why twosomes are not put together? None-the-less hope to return.
Beautiful course.One of the best maintained I have played in AZ. Didn't like the rolling fairways on some of the holes or the occasional climb to get to the green.Would recommend to players who golf more than once a month. Golfers who play less frequently will find it a challenge even from the yellow tees.
Reviewed by pat29503 on 1/18/2011
Last played on Thursday, January 13, 2011
I played Mountainview on January 13, 2011, and found it to be an excellent layout. It is not particularly long, at some 6700 yards from the back tees, and with five sets of tees to choose from a player can play a challenging round of golf. We played the purple tees(6040 yds), which were well marked with a splotch of purple paint on the curb at the appropriate spot on the cart path. The fairways were reasonable wide, and you could see the landing area quite well from the tees. Although homes lined the fairways on both sides of the fairway you still were playing desert golf, with Quail and rabbits seen quite frequently. The greens were good, both receptive to a good shot, and reasonably quick on putting.
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