Forty Niner Country Club, is a Semi-Private, 18 hole golf course located in Tucson, Arizona.
Forty Niner Country Club first opened for play in 1961.The course was designed by William F. Bell.
The course sits between the Catalina and Rincon Mountains, with views of both ranges. Forty Niner sits along a wooded riverbed with fairways lined by mature trees and native desert shrubbery. Mesquite, giant cottonwood, eucalyptus and weeping willow trees add to the natural landscape. The golf course is visually inviting while providing a solid challenge for all players.
After facing the course's most difficult hole early in the round, the par-four #5, players have the chance to make up scoring ground on the inward nine. All in all, Forty Niner Country Club provides players with an enjoyable relaxed balanced round of golf.
Green tees: par-72, 6,641 yards, 70.5 / 126
Blue tees: par-72, 6,114 yards, 68.9 / 117
Brown tees: par-72, 5,661 yards, 73.1 / 124
$21 (cart included), played on Wednesday, February 2014 at 2pm
We've played this course for the past 3 years and have been pleased to see it turn around under new management. The course has lovely mountain views, welcoming staff, and plenty of challenges for an average golfer. It also offers excellent practice facilities and has an excellent teaching staff.
Member (cart not included), played on Tuesday, April 2009 at 8am
Excellent course for the price. It's in good condition, interesting layout, challenging but not too challenging. It's a course in the Rincon valley, surrounded by mountains. It's pretty, with aninteresting layout and the best bargain in town. Downside - It has narrow fairways, thin, wet sand in the traps, very little water, gas carts, small pro shop and a not so good restaurant/clubhouse. However, the food and drinks are reasonably priced and pretty good. I recommend it, especially for winter visitors.
$16 (cart included), played on Tuesday, February 2008 at 2pm
Feel it is one of the nicest and best values in the area for a non professional average, senior golfers who only play 9 holes. At this price their twilight rates are truly bargains, especially considering there is no 9 hole rate. If playing 18 holes it is certainly a steel. Buying their wildcard even makes it a better value.
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