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Discover Golf: The Hilton El Conquistador

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Posted: Wednesday, October 31, 2012 3:04 pm

The Tucson El Conquistador Golf & Tennis Resort, set along the beautiful Santa Catalina Mountains, is Tucson’s largest and most popular golf resort, offering 45 holes of championship golf on three pristine courses.

The golf resort offers varying courses to fit the preferences of patrons, including the Conquistador Course, with 18 holes on 6,801 yards, par 71, the Cañada Course, 18 holes, 6,713 yards, par 72, and the Pusch Ridge Course, nine holes, 2,788 yards, par 35.

A Country Club putting green is also available for those looking to perfect their short game.

The courses, designed by architect Greg Nash, offers challenging and exciting play whether a beginner or professional.

The El Conquistador Golf & Tennis resort is a great place to host golf tournaments or corporate events.

For the avid golfer looking for a getaway, the El Conquistador offers an Unlimited Golf Package, which includes overnight accommodations at the hotel, two rounds of golf per person per day, complimentary Nike club rentals, and a $25 food and beverage credit.

For those looking to purchase the latest and greatest in golf gear, the Pro Shop offers just that, along with club fitting, and club repair.  

For the tennis enthusiast, the resort offers 31 well-lit courts, open seven days a week, 365 days a year.

The Tucson El Conquistador Golf & Tennis Resort is located at 10000 N. Oracle Rd.

For more information, visit, or call (520) 544-5000.

The Hilton’s Courses

The Conquistador Course

• 18 holes

• 6,801 yards

• Par 71

• Rating - 72.7

• Slope - 126

Cañada Course

• 18 holes

• 6,713 yards

• Par 72

• Rating - 72.2

• Slope - 146

Pusch Ridge Course

• 9 holes

• 2,788 yards

• Par 35

• Rating - 65.6

• Slope - 110

To make reservations

(520) 544-5000

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