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Randolph Golf Course lives up to the moniker 'championship golf course' as it currently hosts the PING/Welch's LPGA Championship and was also the site of the P.G.A. Joe Garagiola Tucson Open. The longest golf course in the City of Tucson system, Randolph measures 7,000 yards from the championship tees and 6,500 yards from the regular tees. This scenic course layout offers numerous tall trees, lush fairways, and a beautiful view of the mountains surrounding Tucson. The course features water hazards on five holes and long fairways, and sports three rearranged holes which were reconstructed according to PGA recommendations to enhance the course and make it more challenging for the pros.
At the foothills of the Santa Catalina mountains, the La Paloma Golf Course offers a unique experience. Naturally blessed with enchanting beauty and pristine landscapes that only aid good golfing, this golf course is also specially designed to accommodate seven tee boxes for each hole, white sand bunkers and PGA professionals. Summers bring forth golfing lessons for junior golfers and family golf events.
In the Tucson Mountains, about 15 minutes west of downtown Tucson, sits Starr Pass Golf Resort, which has established itself as one of the top golf courses in the country. Deliberate care has been taken not to disrupt the natural surroundings, allowing golfers to enjoy the beauty of the Sonoran desert as well as a good challenge. Starr Pass hosted the PGA Tour's Tucson Open from 1987 to 1996. This course includes 18 holes and a par 71.
As host course for the PGA Tour's Chrysler Classic of Tucson and the Southern Arizona Open for over 30 years, the Omni Tucson National Catalina is used to taking center stage. Its traditional-style, parkland fairways cap a bluff overlooking the beauty of the Santa Catalina Mountains. The PGA pros rank the 18th hole on Catalina as one of the most challenging finishing holes on the tour. If you are looking for a native challenge in Tucson, try their new desert-style target course, the Sonoran. This Tom Lehman-designed course offers a combination of native desert vegetation with strategic fairway bunkering. Players can approach each hole in a variety of ways, keeping the course challenging and unique with each new round.