Simplify the way you travel to
We've partnered with Ship Sticks to simplify the way you travel to Tubac Golf Resort! By taking advantage of this hassle-free door-to-door shipping service, you can eliminate the long check-in lines at the airport and breeze past the baggage claim area. Click on Ship Now to arrange a pickup from any location in the world, with delivery straight to Tubac Golf Resort, where your clubs will be safely stored until you arrive.
Ship Sticks recommends scheduling your delivery 1-2 business days prior to your arrival. If you would like to ship your clubs further in advance, please contact your destination for approval, as storage space may be limited.
At Ship Sticks, we make getting your golf clubs to and from your destination easier than it’s ever been – allowing you to enjoy a hassle-free travel experience to anywhere in the world.
1. Schedule online
Schedule your shipment using our Ship Page
2. Print & attach
Print & attach your shipping labels to the correct bags
3. Pickup or dropoff
Drop off bags or allow them to be picked up
Finally, enjoy your on-time golf bag arrival
Tubac is an easy 45 minute Interstate drive time from Tucson and 2 1/2 hour drive time from Phoenix.
Welcome to Southern Arizona’s finest golf resort, a truly great golf experience for everyone. Made famous by the movie Tin Cup, the course was originally designed in 1959 by renowned golf course architect Robert ‘Red’ Lawrence.
In 2006, nine additional holes were woven into the original 18 by local golf course architect Ken Kavanaugh, dramatically enhancing the course’s layout. Our three nines include, Anza, Rancho and Otero and provide very interesting shots that will keep you coming back for more!
Weather during the summer months is typically 5 to 7 degrees cooler than Tucson and 7 to 15 degrees cooler than Phoenix. Evenings cool down making alfresco dining at sunset a pleasure. Winter temperatures are typically in the 60’s with evening temperatures in the 50’s. Spring and Fall are beautiful seasons to visit with mild temperatures and seasonal color changes.