Cochise County Golfing

Tee up for great value in Cochise County’s golf courses. With higher elevations than Phoenix and Tucson, you’ll find cool courses, even in summer.

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Douglas Golf and Social Club

  • 520-364-3722
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.
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Mountain View Golf Course

  • 520-533-7088
A links-style course designed by the Army Corps of Engineers, the facility is open to civilians.
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San Pedro Golf Course

  • 520-586-7888
Benson’s only championship golf course—a links style course that blends with the surrounding desert.
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Shadow Mountain Golf Club

  • 520-826-3412
Designed by Horizon, the course offers a traditional golf layout in a beautiful setting with bentgrass, lakes and trees.
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Turquoise Hills Family Golf Center

  • 520-586-2585
Formerly Mesquite Valley Golf and RV.  The desert-style course has recently been upgraded with new vegetation and improved fairways and greens.
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Turquoise Valley Golf and RV Park

  • 520-432-3091
Turquoise Valley, 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.
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Twin Lakes Golf Club

  • 520-384-2720
A traditional layout with speedy greens—the USGA rated them a 10 on a scale of 1-12.  *Play 18 holes by teeing off from a different box on each of the course’s nine holes.
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