There are 5 Tucson Municipal Golf Courses in Tucson Arizona. Fred Enke, Randolph, Silverbell, El Rio and Dell Urich.
They have been built in every area of town so there is usually one fairly close to wherever you live.
If you would like advice of which course to play based on you and your groups playing abilities and preferences,
call me and I’ll make sure you play the best course for your needs.
El Rio: El Rio Golf Course dates back to the 1930s and was the original site for the Tucson Open from 1945 to 1962
Dell Urich: Dell Urich is the shorter of the two Randolph Park golf courses. Dell Urich Has also hosted the LPGA Tour.
| Fred Enke: Golf Course was officially dedicated December 3, 1983. Enke offers golfers a different but interesting and |
challenging approach to golf course design. The major features of the course are its vast teeing areas, large greens,
strategic bunkers and sand traps, and most important of all, its concept as a semi-arid, limited turf course. Grass is used
only on the tees, ball landing area, and greens, with undisturbed native plants comprising the remainder of the landscaping.
Golfers have the option of four teeing areas. Respectively, they measure 6,800, 6,400, 5,800 and 5,000 yards.
Silverbell: The Silverbell renovation project was guided by course architect Ken Kavanaugh, who made his mark locally
when he designed a complete makeover of the Dell Urich Golf Course a decade ago. For that project Kavanaugh turned the course into a more challenging and interesting layout. Built along the west bank of the Santa Cruz River, the course features
nine lakes and offers spacious,grassy fairways and ample size greens. The 18-hole layout plays to 6,300 yards from the championship tees. The course terrain is, for the most part flat.
|Randolph: Randolph is the former home of the PGA and LPGA Tours. Randolph, a par 72, measures 7,000 yards |
from the championship tees and 6,500 yards from the front tees which is longer than it’s sister course, “Dell Urich”.
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