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“It is nice to see grass in Tucson!”

Randolph North Golf Course
Ranked #35 of 89 Outdoor Activities in Tucson
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Owner description: Tucson's most historic golf course, Randolph opened in 1925 and has served as the host of the PGA Seiko Tucson Match Play Championship, the PGA Joe Garagiola Tucson Open and the PING/Welch's LPGA Championship. Winners of pro tournaments at Randolph include Tom Watson and Annika Sorenstam. This historic par-72 layout provides a straightforward test for golfers of all skill levels, featuring long fairways and water hazards on five holes. The course setting is a scenic one with numerous tall trees and a beautiful view of the mountains surrounding Tucson. Randolph shares the Randolph Golf Complex with Dell Urich Golf Course and features practice greens and a driving range.
Reviewed 20 February 2012

While the family slept in, I opted to get in a round of golf while in Tucson. Was able to get an early tee time at the Randolph course. Was able to rent clubs too.
They say this was a PGA stop for the Tucson Open? I be the pros ate this course up. I bought a dozen balls not knowing what to expect and of course playing with rental clubs. I gave the local guy I played all 12 balls when done as I did not lose any and did not want to take them back on the plain. Point is, you would have to really work to lose a ball on this course. The course is wide open. No big trouble except for a few water holes that are easily avoided. It is a beautiful course for a public course and very well taken care of.
It is well worth the time to go play. The club house service was very nice and helpful to a non-local. The rental clubs were $30 for a stiff shaft (Bazooka Tour Edge) and they took some getting used to but were actually good feeling by the back 9. The starter helped direct me to the tee box and introduced me to the group I was joining. The round cost $58 so that was not bad for a weekend.

Anyway, I had a great time. Would recommend this course to everyone that an play the game.

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Reviewed 16 January 2012

This is a great course for walkers since it's so flat. The holes are varied enough to keep your head in the game, but it's a parkland course all the way. Conditions are very good this year due to a new greens keeper at the City, so fun to play. Lots of big trees to get in the way of your shot, so good driving is key!

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