Turquoise Valley Golf Course & Rv Park is a Public, 18 hole golf course and RV Park located in Naco, Arizona. Turquoise Valley is within 2 hours of Tucson, 4 hours of Phoenix, an hour from Benson, a half hour from Tombstone and 15 minutes from Bisbee.
Turquoise Valley Golf Course first opened for play in 1937. The course was built by the W.P.A.
Their website quotes Matt Ferrence, "Black Jack Pershing camped here. Pancho Villa marched on it. Mammoth bones were found here and the W.P.A. built it. Welcome to Turquoise Valley Golf, Restaurant & RV, where we’re Nice People, Great Food & Quality Golf."
The course and RV park were sold at auction in June 2015. By all accounts the winning bid of $600,000 was about half of the pre auction estimated sale price. Even the wiining bidder confessed that he thought the property would sell for at least one million dollars. The new owner has no plans for major changes, but will concentrate on the many small details of enhancement.
$21 (cart included), played on Wednesday, January 2014 at noon
A must play, sixth longest hole west of Mississippi
Member (cart included), played on Wednesday, November 2010 at 10am
For a snowbird such as I am, this is a great bargain. RV park across the road is owned by the golf course and they treat us very well. The wind is the only drawback and it isn't unmanagable. Any questions, I'll be here all winter.
(cart included), played on Tuesday, February 2008 at 10am
This course plays all east and west and the wind that day was out of the east and their 727 yard par 6 was a animal on this day. The course was in good shape and very busy . Tee time was right on and pace of play was good
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