Tubac Golf Resort & Spa features scenic quarter-acre to one-half acre lots on our championship golf course originally designed by Red Lawrence and Bing Crosby in 1959. Located in the gorgeous Santa Cruz River Valley surrounded by the Santa Rita and Tumacacori Mountains, this extraordinary setting encompasses approximately 450 acres and will accommodate new custom home sites. The dramatic landscape and surrounding mountains provide a spectacular setting in which to create a home that complements this unmatched natural beauty.
Whether you’re an avid golfer or just like watching the action on the links, Tubac Golf Resort & Spa is the community for you. Tubac’s luxury golf course community offers the kind of amenities you’d expect at a vacation resort but would be delighted, and a bit surprised, to find in your own neighborhood. A world-class resort with an exquisite restaurant next to 27 holes of championship golf, shopping, and a luxurious spa and salon. All located next to the historic and charming village of Tubac.
If it is your desire to have a beautiful new home built at the Tubac Golf Resort & Spa, we offer several high quality and top rated builders from which to choose. By working with a variety of builders you are assured that you are getting the home that best suits your needs. Each builder has a wide variety of floor plans and options to choose from so that you can strike that perfect balance of function and style while taking advantage of the views which each one of our lots afford.
Golf Membership initiation fee is $5500 with monthly dues of $325. Golf Membership benefits includes:
The town of Tubac is known as an artists’ colony and features fine art galleries, shops, eateries, an upscale market, an exceptional Historic State and National Park, an active Art Center and enough social events to keep you occupied throughout the year.
Located at an elevation of 3200 feet, our weather is 10 to 15 degrees cooler during the summer months than neighboring Scottsdale, Phoenix and Palm Springs. From crystal clear blue skies and bright starry nights to our quiet, peaceful atmosphere, Tubac is a relaxing, serene place to live.
Situated a leisurely 30-drive from Tucson International Airport, Tubac has no traffic lights or traffic congestion, and there are never any lines to be seated at local restaurants; all of the nuisances of city living simply don’t exist here. Owning a home at a historic golf resort that is within walking distance of the pro shop, restaurants, spa, and salon and fitness center make life as relaxing as possible.
For those considering our real estate and investment opportunities as a primary residence or second home, Tubac Golf Resort & Spa invites you to visit our historic hotel and offers the following amenities:
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In 1789 Spanish soldiers first settled Tubac establishing it as the first European settlement in Arizona. Don Toribio de Otero received the first land grant in the Southwest from the King of Spain to cultivate fruit trees and feed the local garrison stationed at the nearby fort. Otero’s 600-acre ranch is located just north of the Village of Tubac. Today, Tubac is not only a popular vacation destination, but is also home to a vibrant art community of over 100 artisans who create and showcase their work in the many galleries and studios in the Village of Tubac.
Recently Conde Nast Traveler named Tubac 1 of 14 must, see up-and-coming destinations in the world. Travel & Leisure named Tubac one of 10 best small towns in the Southwest and USA Today named Tubac Golf Resort & Spa one of 10 best cold weather escapes in the US.
Great Location: Tubac is located in Santa Cruz County, 35 miles southeast of Tucson. With a year round economy that benefits from its temperate climate, Tubac has a population of 949 residents (200 Census), with a median household income over 30% higher than the county average. That figure jumps to nearly 50% for households with families. Tubac’s per capita income ($456,642) is nearly four times the nationwide average, and almost twice Arizona’s.
Cooler Climate: Summer temperatures in Tubac hover around 97 degrees, several degrees cooler than Tucson and Phoenix. At an elevation of 3,200 feet, the air is crisp and clean, and the annual precipitation is 15.8 inches. Tubac’s cooler climate and higher elevation makes it a comfortable oasis rising above the surrounding desert landscape.
What’s Nearby: Golf is not the only game in Tubac. There are many other things to do, such as shopping, dining, hiking, fishing, biking and numerous sightseeing opportunities. Each February, Tubac hosts the longest running festival in the country, the Tubac Festival of the Arts, featuring the works of artists from all over the US and Canada.
Shopping, Dining & Local Services: Many unique shops, boutiques and galleries line the streets of Tubac showcasing the best in Southwestern and Mexican art and culture. Many local artists display their works in leather, tile, metal, oils, watercolors, beads, pottery and other media. Tubac features a wine tasting room and less than an hour away is Southern Arizona’s wine country.
Tubac is home to many great restaurants each with their own unique character. From traditional Italian dishes to Mexican specialties to American favorites, Tubac has a wide variety of dining choices to satisfy every palate. Stables Ranch Grille, at the resort, provides first-class dining with a spectacular view of the island green on the 18th hole and of the Santa Rita Mountains. The adobe walls, rock floors and hand-hewn beams are warmed by the brilliant glow from the large central fireplace. Located at our Pro Shop is La Cantina offering Southwestern favorites, the perfect place to grab a quick bite before tee off time.
The Great Outdoors: Located within the Tubac Presidio State Historic Park is the 230 year old Juan Bautista de Anza Trail, which connected Nogales to San Francisco, a distance of over 1200 miles. The nearest section of the trail runs along the Santa Cruz River, between Tubac and Tumacacori. South of the park is the Madera Nature Trail, home to over 240 species of birds and some of the most spectacular view of Mt. Wrightson (elevation 9453 ft.).
For those who like to catch what they eat, Patagonia Lake is the perfect place to be. The lake is 30-minutes from the resort and is well stocked with bass, crappie, bluegill and catfish. Also nearby is the Tumacacori National Historical Park, home to three late-17th century Spanish colonial missions.
Tubac’s professional course is truly the ultimate golf oasis in the Sonoran Desert. Located in the heart of Tubac Golf Resort & Spa, Tubac’s golf lots offer residents all the amenities available at the resort’s 27 Hole Championship Golf Course. The original 18 hole layout was designed by famed golf course architect Robert “Red” Lawrence in 1959. Nine new holes were added, and opened for play on September 18, 2016. Local golf course architect Ken Kavanaugh’s collection of new holes has enhanced the pre-existing 18 hole layout of mature cottonwood trees and lush fairways. Resort amenities include: