North at Randolph Golf Course
|White (W)||73||6436 yards||74.5||130|
|Combo (W)||73||6087 yards||73.7||127|
|Red (W)||73||5926 yards||73.1||126|
|Blue M: 72.1/128||365||415||569||429||440||136||356||202||469||3381||423||197||388||480||432||193||574||360||474||3521||6902|
|White M: 70.0/122 W: 74.5/130||354||337||502||411||412||126||342||191||452||3127||411||187||369||471||382||149||560||352||428||3309||6436|
|Combo M: 67.2/118 W: 73.7/127||354||337||474||375||412||126||342||144||452||3016||351||187||369||471||382||149||478||352||332||3071||6087|
|Red M: 67.2/118 W: 73.7/127||341||326||474||375||407||111||320||144||405||2903||351||177||363||467||375||131||478||349||332||3023||5926|
Not worth your time or money
Little to no grass and the greens are hard as a rock. Sand traps lack sand. My recommendation is to look elsewhere.
Although It had frozen the previous night and when we arrived were told of the 1 hour delay for the greens to thaw the starter was able to get us off 2 minutes prior to our original Tee time! The course itself I thought to be in excellent condition,greens were formidable and play was under what they had anticipated for that day!! 4.5 hrs was great considering the backup of Tee times from the frost. 70ish was the temp in early February and no complaints here!!
The fairways are tight so you really have to hit a good drive to start the hole. The greens were in excellent condition.
Just over 3 hours to complete our round. Excellent!!
The course was in great shape
It was very windy and the group in front of us was slow. We still had a good time.
Randolph Golf Course
Played north course. Good layout, wide open yet still need accuracy to score good. Pace was a tad slow, but nothing too crazy.
Great Day even broke 90 what more can a old guy want
Greens Tricked Up
I've been playing Randolph the past year since returning to Tucson. I had been very impressed with the course conditions. Much improved from when I played there in the 1990's. The past few weeks the already fast greens have even gotten faster. Very difficult to stop downhill putts. I can live with that however, worse is the greens are so firm its virtually impossible for the average golfer to stop a full approach shot longer than an 8 iron. We ended up guessing how much short of the green to land to get it roll up close to the proper tier.
A public links course set up for the US Open? Really? We complained about the conditions and were told a college tourney was recently held at Randolph. Ok, I can get that but when asked whether they would now soften the greens the answer was ???, a lot of golfers like it as is. Well, I'm one who doesn't and won't be back until they restore the greens to reasonable play-ability.
I agree with these well stated issues. Kind of in the same handicap range and have seen my score climb steadily as the greens have become rock hard. Played the slightly more forgiving La Canada course at el Conquistador and saw my old low 80's come back. Might just stick with that and walking crooked tree for awhile now.
Course was in okay shape, rough and fairways could have been mowed. Greens were in decent shape for this time year. All around still a good experience...
Super Fun Course!
Although I'm not the best golfer-and in the grand scheme of things, descent at best-this course was a perfect steal! I got it for $10 HOT DEAL and just had to suffer through the heat. WELL WORTH IT! The wildlife was enjoyable and made my bogeys a little more tolerable!
Must play for a good, fun round.
great day at north
it was a great pace for a Saturday afternoon. all looked great and was nice.
We went off very early in the middle of the week to beat the heat. The pace of play was great and the course for the amount we paid was perfect.
The course had a few bare spots on the fairways but overall the were in good shape. Only complaint would be that the greens still aren't in the best shape and are very bumpy.
Good course, no Marshall
I have played Randolph-Dell Urich courses many times and always have the same complaint. Slow play, large gaps between groups, and no Marshall to be found. I believe they have the staff since I had guys there to carry my bag to the cart and clean my clubs after the round. I don't expect that, need that, or want that. This is a city course not a resort. I would much rather put one of those guys to work keeping pace of play going. It was over 100F when we played and sat in heat waiting to hit most shots due to the group in front of us who were out of position most of the day. In the end, they were two holes down. I appreciate that the new management is making great strides in getting and keeping the courses in excellent shape. Now take the next step and give us a Marshall not a bag jockey.
Good Uni Course
For being a city course, this is probably the best in Tucson. I do have a caveat to this, for the price, you can play better courses. Hot deals are not all that great. But, for being a city course, it's pretty good. Really easy to play. Pretty flat greens, not a whole lot to this course, just a good course in the middle of the city. Check it out if you want, but you aren't missing anything if you don't.
Having played this course while it was under the management of the City of Tucson compared to today...it's worlds apart. From course condition to the professionalism of the staff, it made for a wonderful experience...I will surely be back and will not hesitate to recommend.
One big criticism though...horrible bunkers...where's the sand?