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Benson

San Pedro Golf Course, Benson
Contact: Jim Cox
950 N. Madison St.
(520) 586-7888
(520) 586-7889 (Fax)

Turquoise Hills Family Golf Center, Benson
Contact: Peter Lawson or Candice Cheek
800 E. Country Club Rd.
(520) 586-9374

Bisbee/Naco

Turquoise Valley Golf Course & RV Park, Naco/Bisbee
1791 Newell Rd., Naco, (520) 432-3091
Founded in 1908, Turquoise Valley is called the oldest continuously operating golf course in Arizona. 18-hole course, par 72, 6,778 ystfd, rating/slope 71.5/129.

Douglas

Douglas Golf Club, Douglas
(520) 364-3722
North of Douglas, near the Cochise County fairgrounds, is an 18-hole, par 71 public golf course set against a scenic desert-mountain background.

Pearce/Sunsites

Sunsites Community Golf LLC, Pearce/Sunsites
1105 Irene, Pearce, (520) 826-3412
Sunsites offers an 18-hole walking course, par 72, 6,632 yards, rating/slope 71.8/127.

Sierra Vista

Mountain View Municipal Golf Course, Fort Huachuca
Fry Blvd. & Hwy 90, (520) 533-7088
Mountain View Golf Course on Fort Huachuca Military Reservation is open for public use. It features an 18-hole course, putting green, driving range and a par 3 practice hole. Other facilities include locker rooms, clubhouse and lessons by course professional. Rental equipment is available.
This course is open to the public and has its own special entrance off Buffalo Soldier Trail just south of the main gate so you don't have to process into the fort in order just to golf.

Willcox

Twin Lakes Golf Course, Willcox
1000 S. Rex Allen Dr., Willcox (520) 384-2720
Twin Lakes Golf Course in Willcox offers 9- or 18-holes. Rental equipment is available.