Dell Urich Course - Randolph Golf Complex - hole 16
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Dell Urich Course - Randolph Golf Complex - hole 16
The Dell Urich Course at the Randolph Golf Complex is one of the best bargains in Tucson. Mike Bailey/GolfAdvisor
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Dell Urich Course - Randolph Golf Complex - hole 1
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Dell Urich Course - Randolph Golf Complex - hole 1
Dell Urich Golf Course eases you into the round with a 373-yard par 4. Mike Bailey/GolfAdvisor
Dell Urich Course - Randolph Golf Complex - hole 5
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Dell Urich Course - Randolph Golf Complex - hole 5
The fifth hole at Dell Urich Golf Course in Tucson is a medium-length par 3. Mike Bailey/GolfAdvisor
Dell Urich Course - Randolph Golf Complex - hole 6
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Dell Urich Course - Randolph Golf Complex - hole 6
The sixth hole, the second par 5 at Dell Urich Golf Course, plays 540 yards from the tips. Mike Bailey/GolfAdvisor
Dell Urich Course - Randolph Golf Complex - hole 7
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Dell Urich Course - Randolph Golf Complex - hole 7
The 445-yard seventh is the first of back-to-back difficult par 4s at Dell Urich Golf Course in Tucson, Arizona. Mike Bailey/GolfAdvisor
Dell Urich Course - Randolph Golf Complex - hole 14
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Dell Urich Course - Randolph Golf Complex - hole 14
Here's a look down the fairway on the 468-yard par-4 14th, the most difficult hole at Dell Urich Golf Course in Tucson, Ariz. Mike Bailey/GolfAdvisor
Dell Urich Course - Randolph Golf Complex - hole 16
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Dell Urich Course - Randolph Golf Complex - hole 16
A troublesome pond lays right of the green of the par-4 16th hole at Dell Urich Golf Course in Tucson. Mike Bailey/GolfAdvisor
Dell Urich Course - Randolph Golf Complex - hole 17
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Dell Urich Course - Randolph Golf Complex - hole 17
The same pond that comes into play on no. 16 also fronts the par-3 17th green at Dell Urich Golf Course in Tucson, Arizona. Mike Bailey/GolfAdvisor
Dell Urich Course - Randolph Golf Complex - hole 18
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Dell Urich Course - Randolph Golf Complex - hole 18
Trees and bunkers add difficulty to the par-4 finishing hole at Dell Urich Golf Course at the Randolph Golf Complex in Tucson. Mike Bailey/GolfAdvisor

Dell Urich: Arguably the better half of Tucson, Arizona's 36-hole Randolph Golf Complex

TUCSON, Ariz. -- Surrounded by mountain backdrops in the middle of Tuscon, the newer half of municipal Randolph Park, Dell Urich Golf Course, is a thoughtful parkland design in the middle of the desert.

Playing just more than 6,900 yards, this Ken Kavanaugh design is a total remake of the original Billy Bell work that first opened in 1961. The golf course, which doubles as a flood plain, has bunkers throughout, gentle doglegs and three sets of tees, making it playable for all levels.

Mike Bailey is a senior staff writer based in Houston. Focusing primarily on golf in the United States, Canada, the Caribbean and Latin America with an occasional trip to Europe and beyond, he contributes course reviews, travel stories and features as well as the occasional equipment review. An award-winning writer and past president of Texas Golf Writers Association, he has more than 25 years in the golf industry. Before accepting his current position in 2008, he was on staff at PGA Magazine, The Golfweek Group and AvidGolfer Magazine. Follow Mike on Twitter at @MikeBaileyGA and Instagram at @MikeStefanBailey.
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