This page is dedicated to saving Fred Enke Golf Course and Tucson City Municipal Golf for Tucson, AZ

Fred Enke Golf Course and Fred Enke Golf Club, not just a city course and club.....

Thanks to all the players, helpers, TCG and other community members who joined us at the Save Fred Enke Golf Tournament which was a


 HUGE SUCCESS on Friday April 5, where 120 players & many more dedicated community members came and showed their support


for the golf course and for this local Tucson community! See KGUN9 pre-event video 1 & video2

Thanks to all who contributed their time to saving Fred Enke Golf Course. Now, it's up to OB Golf Management, a Scottsdale, AZ firm...

*** Scottsdale-company-picked-to-run-city-golf-courses ***

15 Firms Rush In To Run City Golf

From an attendee, a professional local CPA - "If you are concerned about the future of FEGC, we urge you to take a few minutes to read the article below. It was posted to the internet on October 24, the day after Tucson City Council approved Manager's recommendation to put FEGC on a path to closure. This blog article looks at FY's 2000 - 2012. Part of Manager's recommendation, approved, is to close El Rio and move the entire property to Parks & Rec. The plan is to keep the First Tee and reconfigure as a "family learning center". This is a huge plus for City Golf. Of Golf's operating losses (before debt service) of $1.738 million over the past 3 fiscal years, El Rio's losses were $1.381 million, or 79.5% of the total loss."

Here are a few links about Fred Enke history

Who was / is Coach Fred Enke and his son Fred Enke Jr. "Firing Fred Enke" ?

First check out our 25th anniversary F. E. event - (Click Next to Fred Enke, #5, right after Jimmy Dugan)
Fred W. Enke and Joe Batiste might have been the most versatile athletes in southern Arizona history. Enke was named all-state in football, basketball and baseball at Tucson High in the 1940s – and starred in all three sports at the University of Arizona before playing in the NFL

The State of Tucson City Golf (An independent perspective)

Some useful links follow to Tucson City Mayor and Council and the "State of Tucson City Golf"

Please Note: E-mail messages and recorded telephone communications to the City of Tucson are subject to public disclosure under the Public Records Law. Link to website:
If you follow the link to Mayor and Council website above, on right side of their home page is "Meeting Schedules and Agendas". To find City Manager's recommendation on City Golf, follow Agendas, October 23 Study Session, Agenda item #6.
City Mayor and Council e-mail's and telephone numbers follow: Time to write them and tell them how you feel about Fred Enke Golf Course and City of Tucson Municipal Golf:
City of Tucson Department Directory - compliments

Send comments to the Mayor and all Council Members:

bulletMayor Jonathan Rothschild by email: or phone: (520) 791-4201
bulletWard 1 Council Member Regina Romero by email: or phone: (520) 791-4040
bulletWard 2 Council Member Paul Cunningham by email: or phone: (520) 791-4687
bulletWard 3 Council Member Karin Uhlich by email: or phone: (520) 791-4711
bulletWard 4 Shirley Scott by email: or phone: (520) 791-3199
bulletWard 5 Council Member Richard Fimbres by email: or phone: (520) 791-4231
bulletWard 6 Council Member Steve Kozachik by email: or phone: (520) 791-4601

Mayor and Council Links and Information -

Feedback Forms

Pima County Supervisors: District 4 is the east side. FEGC is in District 2. 130 West Congress Street, 11th Floor, Tucson, 85701.
Ann Day, District 1, (520) 740-2738
Ramón Valadez, Chairman, District 2, (520) 740-8126
Sharon Bronson, District 3, (520) 740-8051
Ray Carroll, District 4, (520) 740-8094
Richard Elias, District 5, (520) 740-8126
March 14, KGUN9 video @ Fred Enke Golf Course - Cory Marshall interviews; Mike Hayes

MAP to the center. (Near FEGC)



Complete Media Advisory

News articles, correspondence and other inputs from local organizations and concerned citizens...

Click on either picture to read the latest articles from posted on 31 December 2012. (Compliments

Greg Hansen AZ Starnet article 30 October, 2012 - Nice picture & caption, please see the comments.

Greg Hansen: Nice Views: Course steals charm from Enke

Recent news & other links:
PLEASE complete the short CITY survey about FEGC  

See the KGUN9 4/5 pre Save Fred Enke event video........

 & president Pat O'Donnell interview 4/4.  3/12/2013  
February 1, 2013 article in Club and Resort Business on-line magazine
City of Tucson issues RFP on 13 January 2013, Open for bid on 27 January 2013 and publishes 5 years of revenues and expenses. The 2013 budget can also be found from the RFP document
Recent FEGC Board Letters to members and others: Dear FEGC Member  Save FEGC-to-clubs
Recent articles by those who want to help:
See the video interview at by board member Gary Maupin - >>>
October 23, 2012 on
October 23, 2012 on
August 1, 2012 on
From a Northwest side realtor, compliments of
See what other's are saying GolfNow; Fred Enke Golf Course: Pure Desert Delight, compliments

Where is reclaimed water used in Tucson?
October 23 agenda, recommendation, and part 2 links:    Tucson City Golf Operations (City Wide) SS/OCT23-12-347 , City Managers Recommendations ,

Nov 16 - Inside Tucson Business Guest Opinion -   

Tucson City Golf is a business we cannot afford to lose
What Phoenix City Golf is doing & recommending -    Phoenix Golf Ad Hoc Committee report
Enke course may get reprieve as feds review plan to close it

Other Tucson City Golf and City Council issues:


See news about Ward 1, El Rio Golf Course & NW Park here >

  El Rio History


Greg-Hansen's article - re-brand-el-rio