Oro Valley Country Club, located in the shadow of the beautiful Pusch Ridge section of the Santa Catalina Mountains, northwest of Tucson. The Club boasts meticulously maintained Bentgrass greens and over-seeded Bermuda fairways and roughs during the winter months. Along with the fine clubhouse, Members enjoy a state-of-the-art fitness center, full-service pro shop, active social calendar and many fine dining options including some of the best views in Oro Valley.
As a Member, you'll have access to your membership benefits at Oro Valley Country Club. Plus, when you travel outside Tucson, you'll have access to the ClubCorp Network of more than 300 owned, operated and alliance clubs, and special offerings at more than 1,000 hotels, resorts and entertainment venues.
The club was founded in 1959 and designed by Robert Bruce Harris. Oro Valley Country Club is situated on the banks of the Cañada del Oro, at the base of Pusch Ridge in the Santa Catalina Mountains. The Town of Oro Valley, incorporated in 1974, takes its name from Oro Valley Country Club.
The club features an eighteen hole golf course, tennis courts, and a swimming pool. In late 2006 Oro Valley completed a substantial renovation on the club house facilities.
Most recently, in 2006 Oro Valley hosted the 20th Pacific-10 Conference Women's Golf Championships. UCLA finished first in the team results. Oro Valley hosted the first-ever Pac-10 Women's Golf Championships as well, in 1987. Oro Valley also hosted the 2008 Southwest Section PGA Championship.