About San Ignacio Golf Club
"As is true of so many Arizona golf courses, San Ignacio was built to sell real estate and houses. It achieves this better than most. The course has a lot of elevation changes offering many great views of the Santa Rita mountains.
The western boundaries of the course are adjacent mountainous deserts and a couple of deep washes run through the property. It's not unusual to see javelina, coyotes, and even an occasional mountain lion on or near the property as well as numerous rabbits, doves, quail, and roadrunners.
The course will offer a scratch golfer all he can handle from the back tees but is quite playable from several sets of tees farther forward. You will not be bored here thinking 'didn't we just play this hole a few holes back?' The Coyote Grill offers excellent food and an outstanding view of the Santa Ritas."-Review on GolfAdvisor