Ajo Arizona Fact Sheet

Ajo Golf Course
Ajo Golf Course

The Ajo Country Club golf course boasts a "classic" Arizona setting for golf, with the Ajo Mountains to the south, Childs Mountain to the west, and an arroyo cutting through the middle of the course, plus an abundance of wildlife including roadrunners, coyotes and deer. The Ajo Country Club golf course is built on naturally flat terrain and features elevated greens. Strategic shot making is required because all the greens are fast and small, and the fairways are tree lined. The signature hole is #9, a 123-yard, par 3, featuring water and tall palm trees protecting the front of the green. Pilots enjoy the close proximity of the Ajo Golf Course, and restaurant, to the adjacent runway.

Ajo Country Club and Golf Course
77 Mead Rd.
Ajo, Arizona 857321
Reservations: (520)387-5011
32.4510347 N
112.8504875 W
Elevation: 1458 feet

Holes 9 / Tees for 18
Classification Open to the Public
Guest Policy Open
Dress Code No requirements
Golf Season year round
Metal Spikes Not allowed
USGA Rating 68.4 / Slope 111
Greens Bermuda Grass
Fairways Bermuda Grass
Restaurant Call for hours 520-387-5011
Bar Yes, beer - wine - mixed drinks
Pro Shop Yes
Tee Times Not Required

Green Fees, Club and Cart Rental, RV Dry Camping
(Three days free RV dry camping with use of facilities.)
Call (520)387-5011

Yardage and Par
Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Out
Men's Tees 371 355 343 443 181 562 470 245 123 3093
Ladies' Tees 364 348 337 440 177 501 466 233 118 2984
Men's Par 4 4 4 4 3 5 5 4 3 36
Ladies' Par 4 4 4 5 3 5 5 4 3 37


Ajo Municipal Airport

The Ajo Municipal Airport, FAA Identifier P01, is adjacent to the Ajo Country Club. The airport has a well maintained paved runway that extends for 3800 feet. The airport was built in 1940 by the US Army, and the adjacent Ajo Country Club was originally the Officers Club. Pima county obtained these properties in 1954.

It is an easy 600 yard walk from the aircraft tie down area to the 1st tee.

Ajo Country Club & Airport
Ajo Country Club &
Ajo Municipal Airport


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