Tee up for great value golfing in Cochise County, Arizona. And, with higher elevations than Tucson or Phoenix, you’ll find cool courses even in the summer.
Benson Golf Course, Benson, 520-586-4293. 18 holes, par 72, 7,313 yards, rating 73, slope 130. Benson’s championship golf course is a links-style course that blends with the surrounding desert.

Douglas Municipal Golf Course, Douglas 520-364-1588. 18 holes, par 71, 6,246 yards, rating 68.8, slope 117. Built in 1932 by the WPA, this is one of Arizona’s oldest courses. The front nine offers a traditional golf layout. The back nine features desert golf.

Mountain View Golf Course, Fort Huachuca, 520-533-7088. 18 holes, par 72, 6,600 yards, rating 71, slope 126. A links-style course designed by the Army Corps of Engineers, the facility is open to civilians.

Pueblo del Sol Country Club, Sierra Vista, 520-378-0442. 18 holes, par 72, 7,174 yards, rating 73.7, slope 133. The semi-private course was awarded 3.5 stars by Golf Digest.
Turquoise Valley Golf, Restaurant, and RV Park, Naco, 520-432-3091. 18 holes, par 72, 6,778 yards, rating 71.5, slope 129. Turquoise Valley is Arizona’s oldest continuously run golf course and home to Arizona’s longest hole — the 747 yard par 6 Rattler. The front nine has a links-style design while the back nine offers desert golf.

Twin Lakes Golf Club, Willcox, 520-384-2720. 9 holes (dual tee boxes) par 72, 6,384 yards, rating 69.1, slope 107. A traditional layout with speedy greens.
Sierra Vista Disc Golf Course, 520-417-6960. Enjoy free family fun on the 18 hole, par 54 course.

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