Tucson golf at del Lago Golf Club
COVID-19 Course Updates
With the COVID-19 taking hold of the country, del Lago Golf Course remains open for business. The Hacienda restaurant is open for dine-in service. Our hours are Monday - Saturday from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm and Sunday from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. We are NOT serving breakfast at this time. 
We continue to follow the guidelines from state and local authorities as well as the CDC.
We ask that if you are showing any signs of COVID-19 that you do not use the course until you have been tested and cleared ~per Pima County Proclamation. 

-The Beverage Cart is available on the course each day between 8:30-3:30 
-We have limited tee times due to the number of golf carts we have available.  If you cannot find an available tee time before 12pm, chances are we have available tee times after 12.  Please call the Pro Shop at 647-1100
-We are sanitizing all golf carts before and after each use
-Effective immediately, ALL water jugs have been removed from the course until further notice 
-We have turned the cup sleeves upside down to preclude the need to touch the flag stick
-Walking your round is not allowed at del Lago Golf Club
-Walking, fishing, walking your dog, bike riding etc., are all not permitted at del Lago.  del Lago golf course is Private Property and requires the individual to check in at the Pro Shop

Any further questions, please call the Pro Shop at 647-1100.  All of the aforementioned information is subject to change, but current as of March 27, 2020
 


Tucson golfers greatly appreciate the natural beauty of a high course that rests at an elevation of 3,400 feet – five degrees cooler than Tucson during the summer. del Lago Golf Club serves as the centerpiece of Rancho del Lago, a master-planned community located about 20 minutes from downtown Tucson off Interstate 10. del Lago invites all golfers to come and play the course, built by Nugent Golf Associates, the same firm that produced the Tour stop Kemper Lakes.

With 120 feet of elevation change, the club’s 1st hole begins at the highest point, then plays down into the valley, coming to the back nine, which runs along Pantano Wash. The course winds its way through the hills and valleys of the high desert, with spectacular and unique views of the backside of the Rincon Mountains and the Santa Catalina's. Except for the 1st hole, which has the course’s only forced carry, del Lago is golfer-friendly off the tees. Let the more skilled players play the back tees, which at 7,206 yards, carry a rating of 73.9 and a slope of 135. Par is 72. Due to the layout of the course, the many elevation changes, and our commitment to Pace of Play we do not allow players to walk del Lago Golf Club. All tee time rates include a golf cart for your round.

The greens are Tif Eagle, a Bermuda hybrid, while the fairways are Bermuda in the summer and overseeded rye in the winter. Seven lakes come into play on six holes, affecting a variety of shots: some drives, several approaches – just enough to put a little spice into the round. Strong bunkering around the greens adds to the challenge. It all ends with a tough uphill par-4, 421-yard finishing hole that has water in play for two shots.