Crooked Tree Golf Course at Arthur Pack Park is an outstanding 18-hole championship desert course. Opened for play in 1977, the par 72 layout was designed by Dave Bennett and Lee Trevino and features beautifully designed holes with mountain and desert vistas. It offers a complete practice facility including putting greens, chipping green and driving range. There’s also a full service restaurant, outdoor patio and banquet facilities.
The 7,000-plus yard course offers a bit of everything from rolling greens to cacti in the rough. Often called the "best public greens in Tucson," the course also boasts three waterholes, playing into four holes. Crooked Tree provides a magnificent backdrop during any season offering a rare and spectacular view of all four of Tucson’s majestic mountain ranges.
Crooked Tree has been the home of the Pima County Amateur championship for 30 years, co-hosted the Southern Arizona Open with Tucson National and was the PGA Tour’s Tucson Open qualifying course for twelve years. Home to the Arthur Pack Men's Club, members have been playing three days a week and in tournaments since the course's 1977 opening. In addition, there are two Ladies' Clubs playing one day a week and participating in tournaments. For newcomers, private lessons are available by appointment or children can get a jumpstart on learning the game by enrolling in the summer junior clinics. Crooked Tree also proudly hosts the PGA’s First Tee program, an outstanding national youth development program primarily designed to teach/promote character and life-enhancing values through the game of golf.
The Crooked Tree is open every day of the year, sunrise to sunset. Rates vary throughout the year and electric and pull carts are available for rental, although they are not required. Tee times are 7 days in advance and tournaments scheduled sooner.