|Whirlwind Golf Club - Cattail Course
The Gila River Indian Community has woven championship golf with its rich cultural heritage to create Whirlwind Golf Club. Whirlwind Golf Club recently opened the 7,218-yard Cattail. Gary Panks has designed the Cattail Course to challenge players of all levels while maintaining a sense of fairness and playability.
The Cattail Course opened in the fall of 2002 and complements the Devil’s Claw but lends a whole new flavor to championship golf at Whirlwind.
While the Devils Claw features high mounding and significant fairways elevation changes, its sister course, the Cattail derives its design challenges in the opposite direction, as deep canyons and pristine lakes dictate the design.
This course was the host to the Nationwide Gila River Classic, a PGA Tour Event in 2003 and 2004.
Green fees at this course include tax.
It is easier than ever to get to Whirlwind Golf Club at WILD HORSE PASS! Simply take Interstate 10 east toward Tucson. Exit at the new Wild Horse Pass Blvd. Turn right and continue straight through the entrance to the Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort. Continue on this scenic route until you pass the AJI Spa on the right. Whirlwind will be approximately 100 yards down on the left.
For east valley residents - Use the new 202 loop west to Interstate 10. Exit toward Tucson and Wild Horse Pass will be the first exit!
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