Golfers can no longer play the par-4, 375-yard No. 2 hole at Canoa Hills, which closed down along with fellow Green Valley course San Ignacio.
No longer can you play golf at Canoa Hills, San Ignacio or the Santa Rita golf clubs. They've all gone bust.
Carlos Ortiz works on a wall at Meritage Homes' Hohokam Village development off Rancho Vistoso Boulevard west of Oracle Road.
A housing boom along the Tangerine Road corridor accounts for nearly 65 percent of new home construction in northwest Pima County.
Massive crowds gathered in St. Peters Square to listen to Pope Benedict XVI list the 10 finalists from among the retirement communities vying for his consideration:
Rickie Fowler took advantage of a snow day to practice with a bigger and softer ball. Golfers enjoyed the diversion provided by the snow.
The lasting image of the 2013 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship is an obvious one.
We attended the Oscars at the Fox. It was so much fun even though my favorite local contender didn’t make it into the race. I thought Alan Kath’s performance as Hitchcock was awesome and definitely deserved Best Actor.
One of the national golf magazines recently wrote Tucson was a destination of such dimension that you could play golf here 300 days a year.
Shane Lowry and Rory McIlroy laughed together at dinner Tuesday night, about 18 hours before their scheduled first-round WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship contest.
Golfer Bubba Watson, right, and caddie Ted Scott try to get the attention of a marshal while waiting on the seventh green for a status update.
Lee Westwood hits a shot out of the desert on Hole 2. Westwood was 2-up on Rafael Cabrera Bello through five holes when play was suspended.
With snow collecting on the ground and this golf cart, play is called for the day, and fans head for the exits. Officials hope to complete Round 1 today and at least start Round 2.
Rickie Fowler and Bubba Watson had a snowball fight. Graeme McDowell bunkered down near a fireplace and drank hot chocolate and tea. Branden Grace, seeing snow for the first time in his life, dabbled his hands in it to see what it felt like.
Through 66 years on the PGA Tour, Tucson forever fumbled to come up with an identity. No Blue Monster. No Amen Corner. No Road Hole.