Established in 1908, Turquoise Valley is Arizona's oldest continuously-operating golf course and home to an internationally known golfing destination: the must-play 15th hole known as, "the Rattler." At 747 yards, the Rattler is Arizona's only par 6, and the 10th longest golf hole in the world. Built in different eras, Turquoise Valley's front and back nines contrast yet complement each other for an intriguing and memorable 18 hole challenge. Friendly staff and great food add to an experience well described as, "Country Club caliber meets Caddyshack character," where affordable fees and a flat out fun atmosphere belie year round high quality conditions. The course is located within 30 scenic minutes from Tombstone and merely 3 miles from the mile-high, year round pleasant climate of Bisbee, our sister town known for its artistic flair, European charm, great restaurants, mine tour and as a gateway to several area attractions.