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Sewailo Golf Club

Tucson, AZ

Sewailo Golf Club Tucson Arizona Monsoon Rain in the Distance
Sewailo Golf Club Tucson Arizona Monsoon Rain in the Distance
Sewailo Golf Club Tucson Arizona
Sewailo Golf Club Tucson Arizona

#GolfCourseReview @Sewailo #Golf #Tucson #Arizona

Reviewed by: kviser, Saugus, CA
I played this course this past weekend 3 times. Monday morning rate was $39. Sunday’s round was part of a small tournament called #TheOven17. Monsoon weather all week, but the course drains really well.

Nicest greens in the area, according to many locals. The first time I have seen bent grass greens in the desert in summer. Greens were pock-marked with many unrepaired or poorly repaired ball marks. That was unfortunate because it really detracted from the appearance, and if there was a mark in your line it might have an effect on the roll. Other than that, the rest of the course was outstanding.

Great layout but some tough holes to deal with (I’m looking at you, Hole 10!). I think the devil himself designed Hole 10, because it was a beast!

Overall, there was excellent grass coverage in the fairways and rough. Tees were in great shape: level and few divots to deal with. The sand was plentiful and nice to hit from, even if it was wet. Good service by the beverage cart staff. Also they have a good $6 breakfast burrito. I recommend the chorizo.

I had a great experience there Saturday afternoon (I paid $21 riding), golfing by myself (dodging monsoon rain) and finishing 18 holes in just under 2 hours! This was my second under 2-hour round this year! Wonderful, scenic views of the nearby mountains and casino as well as the course itself. Many great water features, some of which will sneak up on you, so use the GPS in the cart. I recommend this course if you are in the area!