Dell Urich (formerly Randolph South) re-opened in the spring of 1996. The new par 70 course measures 5,270 and 6,633 yards from the front and back tees, respectively. Formerly a short, flat, drab, muni known as Randolph Park South, Dell Urich underwent an extreme makeover in 1996 and today, this “heart-of-Tucson” layout is a richly varied, reasonably hilly romp through mature trees
to large, thoughtfully contoured greens that offer a multiplicity of interesting chipping and putting opportunities. Testing from the tips but a joy to tackle from the forward tees, this fun walk in the park played host to the LPGA Tour in 2003 and 2004. Most memorable is the 140-yard, par-3 17th, which demands a precise carry over a lake that is fronted by a handsome rock wall.
Public 600 S. Alvernon Way, Tucson, AZ Phone: 520.791.4161
Mens: Par 70, 6933 Yards Ladies: Par 70, 6123 Yards
Course Designer: Ken Kavanaugh (Opened in 1996)