Gallery Golf Club
Gallery Golf Club
Gallery Golf Club
Gallery Golf Club
Gallery Golf Club
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Virtual Golf Course: The Gallery Golf Club

In September 2, 2016

The Gallery: Happiness Defined

This week we are headed to a southwestern gem, home of championship golf in Marana, Arizona. The Gallery Golf Club is a 36-hole golf experience located in Tucson, Arizona. The rolling fairways and forgiving greens make this course enjoyable for golfers of all skill levels, while its design will test and reward good decision making.  Views of the Sonoran landscape keep golfers coming back to both courses, year round.

You can play The Gallery North Course with E6Golf on indoor golf simulators around the world.

The Gallery Golf Club

Par: 72 | Yardage: 7,384

  • The North Course was designed by John Fought and Open Champion and 2006 Ryder Cup Captain, Tom Lehman.
  • The North Course was the home of the 2014 Pac-12 Golf Championship and Co-Host of the Tucson Open in 2001.
  • It was ranked the #1 in Southwest Arizona by Golf Digest.
  • The design has been acknowledged by Golfweek Magazine in its list of Top 100 Modern Courses.
  • The South Course hosted the World Golf Championship – Accenture Match Play Championship in 2007 and 2008.
    1. 2008 Champion: Tiger Woods
    2. 2007 Champion: Henrik Stenson

About TruGolf Indoor Golf Simulators TruGolf Inc., with headquarters in Centerville, Utah, is the industry standard indoor golf simulator manufacturer. Originally a subsidiary of Access Software, the company developed Links™, the best-selling PC golf franchise and most honored of all PC sports titles. TruGolf formally spun off from the company in 1999 when Access Software was purchased by Microsoft for its expertise in golf software development. For more than 20 years, TruGolf has remained passionately committed to recreating the artistry of the game and currently offers the most prestigious course library, with almost 100 courses currently available, more than 25 that are ranked “Top 100 Courses in the World” by Golf Digest.

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