The San Marcos Golf Course
The 100-acre golf course was built in 1913 and was seeded with Bermuda grass, making it the first green grass golf course in Arizona. Fifteen years later in 1928 the course was redesigned and was built to include a sprinkler system. Fresh off a multi-million dollar renovation, today the 18-hole San Marcos Golf Course sits on 90 well-manicured acres and includes a state-of-the-art irrigation system that produces premium playing conditions year-round, expanded lakes, new tee boxes, reconstructed bunkers with new sand, and green enlargements on a handful of holes. The result is a strategically-diverse and visually stunning layout that makes for an enjoyable challenge for golfers of all playing abilities.