San Ignacio Golf Club

This 18-hole championship course was designed by noted golf course architect Arthur Hills. San Ignacio features well placed traps, grass bunkers, dynamically shaped bermuda fairways, and smooth bent-grass greens.

Just 20 minutes south of Tucson, this par 71 facility built in 1989, offers yardages from 5,200 to 6,704 depending on the tees selected. The strategy is sublime.

One outstanding feature is the visibility from tee to green. Golfers see everything they must encounter before they swing the driver. The signature number 13th hole is a double-dogleg 522-yard, par five with elevated tees and a double lake along the left side.

The club is at 3,000 feet elevation which offers a cooler temperature in the middle of the summer than other Tucson courses. San Ignacio is the site of extensive practice facilities and offers world famous John Jacobs Golf Schools throughout the year.


From Tucson start out going WEST on E BROADWAY BLVD toward N COUNTRY CLUB RD. Turn LEFT onto S KINO PKWY. Merge onto I-10 W toward PHOENIX. Merge onto I-19 S via EXIT 260 toward NOGALES. Take the CANOA RD exit- EXIT 56. Turn RIGHT onto CANOA RD. Turn RIGHT onto FRONTAGE RD. Turn LEFT onto W CALLE TRES.Turn RIGHT onto S CAMINO DEL SOL.

Score Card Summary

Tee Box Yards Slope Rating
Gold 6704 135 72.0
Blue 6288 130 69.8
White 5865 121 67.5
Red 5200 113 64.5