Starr Pass – Rattler/Coyote

Designed by Robert Cupp and Craig Stadler with PGA Tour action in mind, Starr Pass Golf Club is a commanding desert-style layout whose subtle strategies are easier to understand once you’ve played it a time or two and whose beauty invites you back to do so. Delicately routed through rocky crags, cacti of all shapes and sizes, and treacherous ravines and arroyos, the real beauty of this popular layout is best seen from the protection of the fairway and the cart paths. In fact, those would be the guiding words for any golfer at Starr Pass -if you don’t see green grass, don’t hit it there. For the gambler who wants to carry a wash or ravine, it’s a clear cut example of risk/reward; the odds for a better score favor patience and placement.

Once the brief home of the PGA Tour in Tucson, Starr Pass now plays host to many of the local tournaments and events, whose organizers are looking for a fair challenge for all players and a well run event. The views of the 18th green below the clubhouse, framed by the expanse of the Tucson Valley and surrounding mountains, offer a stunning backdrop during lunch for your foursome or a full tournament field. The well stocked pro-shop has everything you need in logo merchandise, equipment, lessons, and sun protection. Accommodations are available in the form of 65 1,300 square foot casita-style lodging units, only a short stroll from the first tee.

Situated only minutes from downtown Tucson, the airport, and the freeway, Starr Pass is close to wherever you come from or are going to. Set back into the mountains and surrounding Sonoran Desert, Starr Pass offers a truly unique desert golf experience on one of the finest maintained golf courses in Southern Arizona.

The Rattler is the longest of the three nines, and it is combined with the serene and quiet Coyote nine for a unique golfing experience. The course begins with a spectacular view of Tucson and the surrounding mountain ranges and continues to provide scenic views and elevation changes throughout. The fifth hole of the Rattler nine features a challenging split fairway. Golfers frequently see various types of wildlife on the Coyote nine. The course provides homes for rabbits, quail and deer. The Star Pass Golf Club’s dedication to preserving the wildlife habitats on the course has prompted them to become a member of the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program.

Course Address

3645 W Starr Pass Blvd Tucson, Arizona 85745 Pima County Tucson, AZ 85745

Hole 1 - Par 4

TeeDistance
Gold437
Black432
Silver 425
Blue319
Red 363

Hole 2 - Par 4

TeeDistance
Gold426
Black420
Silver 381
Blue349
Red 328

Hole 3 - Par 5

TeeDistance
Gold500
Black492
Silver 485
Blue392
Red 415

Hole 4 - Par 4

TeeDistance
Gold440
Black425
Silver 322
Blue349
Red 274

Hole 5 - Par 5

TeeDistance
Gold168
Black158
Silver 150
Blue427
Red 115

Hole 6 - Par 3

TeeDistance
Gold351
Black345
Silver 330
Blue145
Red 266

Hole 7 - Par 4

TeeDistance
Gold201
Black198
Silver 141
Blue345
Red 96

Hole 8 - Par 3

TeeDistance
Gold548
Black536
Silver 508
Blue141
Red 419

Hole 9 - Par 5

TeeDistance
Gold441
Black385
Silver 376
Blue436
Red 317

Hole 10 - Par 4

TeeDistance
Gold383
Black359
Silver 347
Blue359
Red 291

Hole 11 - Par 4

TeeDistance
Gold451
Black430
Silver 357
Blue349
Red 293

Hole 12 - Par 5

TeeDistance
Gold485
Black472
Silver 452
Blue437
Red 369

Hole 13 - Par 4

TeeDistance
Gold401
Black396
Silver 370
Blue300
Red 328

Hole 14 - Par 3

TeeDistance
Gold510
Black505
Silver 482
Blue125
Red 395

Hole 15 - Par 4

TeeDistance
Gold208
Black200
Silver 178
Blue300
Red 119

Hole 16 - Par 3

TeeDistance
Gold440
Black414
Silver 403
Blue100
Red 345

Hole 17 - Par 5

TeeDistance
Gold199
Black178
Silver 156
Blue458
Red 103

Hole 18 - Par 4

TeeDistance
Gold413
Black401
Silver 352
Blue359
Red 304