Sewailo Golf Course Re-Opened on April 20, 2020

With careful consideration, Sewailo Golf Club re-opened Monday, April 20, 2020 for public tee times. Here is a list of the precautions that we are now taking at our course:

  • Guest services team members will be required to wear gloves
  • Golf carts will be assigned to individuals
  • The Practice Range will be open to golfers whose tee times are within 30 minutes and to anyone who purchases a range pass on a first come, first serve basis. Range space will be limited
  • We have changed our tee time intervals from every 10 minutes to every 15 minutes
  • There will be a 2 guest maximum allowed inside of the golf shop at all times.
  • We will not be accepting cash at this time
  • Prepaid times will not have to come into the golf shop to check-in for their tee time. Prepaid times will be communicated with our guest service staff and starter
  • We have removed all rakes in our bunkers as well as ice chests and sand bottles on our carts
  • Water stations on the course will be turned off and unavailable for use
  • We are asking that everyone leave the flags in the hole. We will have the hole filled 3/4 of the way up with foam rubber so there is minimal contact with the area.
  • Golf cart's steering wheels, forward and reverse switches, the seat handles and GPS screens will be sanitized before and after every round that is played with our carts
  • The Wildcat Grille will be closed however there will be 2 beverage carts on the course every day with pre-made sandwiches, snacks and drinks.
  • Guests can get to Sewailo by using the east entrance on Baumea after you pass by the marketplace.
  • Our course went through the aerification process while we were closed.

Stay safe and we hope to see you soon!

For any questions please contact our General Manager Laura Beuhring at or (520)324-9021

Ranked One of Arizona’s Finest Courses You Can Play!

Home of the 2018 Women’s NCAA Champions, the University of Arizona Wildcats 

When it came time for the Pascua Yaqui Tribe to design their own Tucson golf course, they knew they wanted a unique creation. One that would work within the land and honor its natural gifts and wonders. The Tribe hired fellow Native American, Notah Begay III, a Navajo who has made his name both as a player on the PGA Tour and as a commentator on NBC and The Golf Channel. Along with Ty Butler, Begay responded with the amazing Sewailo, or “Land Where Flowers Grow”, in the native Yaqui language.

Blending the natural Sonoran Desert landscape of Tucson with picturesque lakes and streams, Sewailo measures over 7,400 yards from the championship tees, with five different tee boxes on each hole to allow for players of all abilities. It is universally recognized as one of the top  golf experiences in Arizona, public or private, and is home to the University of Arizona Men’s & Women’s golf teams.