Ventana Canyon (Mountain) - Arizona - USA

Ventana Canyon Golf & Racquet Club,
6200 North Clubhouse Lane,
Tucson,
Arizona (AZ) 85750,
USA


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The heroic par three 3rd hole on the Mountain course at Ventana Canyon Golf & Racquet Club is one of the most photogenic holes to be found on any Tom Fazio course.

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Description: The heroic par three 3rd hole on the Mountain course at Ventana Canyon Golf & Racquet Club is one of the most photogenic holes to be found on any Tom Fazio course. Rating: 5 out of 10 Reviews: 1
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M. James Ward

Much of the attention often focuses on the short par-3 3rd hole which features a green engulfed with desert. Unquestionably, it's a fine hole but the stature of the course goes beyond this one moment. Hole such as the par-5 4th and long par-4 5th are quite good.

The terrain is good and Fazio, while showcasing the "eye candy" elements he's known for has also provided a good mixture of holes. On the inward side -- holes such as the par-4 15th and the long closing par-5 are good additions.

Playability is present but not to the point in which the inducement of sleep occurs.

From the tips the course is under 6,900 yards and given today's equipment may be on the short side for those capable in launching the ball. Nonetheless, Fazio has provided a number of holes with key turning points in the drive zone so shaping shots is still called upon.

In the several times I have played the course the conditioning can vary. In some instances quite good and, at other times, less so.

Unfortunately, there is plenty of housing clutter that intrudes the round. Much of it is positioned away from the play but one needs to deal with it at other times.

When Ventana Canyon came onto the AZ golf scene the competition was in its ascendancy. Now, the bar for golf is quite high and while the Mountain Course still is enjoyable it has clearly become part of the secondary tier of layouts that exist now in the Grand Canyon State.

M. James Ward

September 14, 2020
5 / 10
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