Hot Springs Arkansas Golf Courses

Diamondhead Golf Club
Hot Springs Golf & Country Club - Arlington Course
Hot Springs Golf & Country Club - Majestic Course
Hot Springs Golf & Country Club - Pineview Course


Featured Golf Course Review:
Diamondhead Golf Club -- Great Day at Diamondhead
Review by: Eldon Combs Six of us traveled to Hot Springs for a two-day golf outing. We played 36 holes and Diamondhead and love every one. There are two separate nines here. The front side has drop-offs, tight doglegs with ob's on both sides, long par 5's and a par 4 #8 that's kind of quirkey but is very unique and we thought fun. The back side is much more wide open and frankly much easier than the front side. Except for the 18th which is a great hole for any golfer. It's a Par 5 with a dogleg right followed by a dogleg left and elevated trees on the left side of the fairway that will make even the best of golfers think twice about going directly at this green on their 2nd shoot. How many holes have you ever played that you need to hit a fade on the drive and a draw on your 2nd shot just to set you up for your third shot. We all loved the course and we must have seen 2 dozen deer during our round. They were very tame and seemed to enjoy us as much as we enjoyed them. In short the golf course has a great & innovative design with just a couple of quirky holes. You might want to lose your driver on a few of holes just to hit the fairway. We all commented on just how beautiful the course was and there was only thing we were'nt prepared for Bermuda Greens (much different than our bent grass greens back home) Todd and the rest of the Diamondhead crew made us feel very welcome on a very busy day for them. I think you'll enjoy your day a Diamondhead and for the money it's a real bargain.
From Springfield, MO

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Prairie Creek Country Club -- Course is a tale of two nines
Review by: George I have played this course more than any other in NW Arkansas. It never ceases to be a challenge. The top nine features tight fairways that place a premium on accuracy. If your tee shot wanders off the fairway, you've got trouble. When playing the front nine, think conservative. The greens are medium-sized and are challenging. The bottom or back nine is laid out in a valley and, while they are not wide open by any means, they are a bit more forgiving. There is a creek running down the right side of 9-17, with woods on the left. If you put a ball off the fairway into either the woods or the creek, you might as well get out another ball and take the penalty. The 18th features a blind tee shot to an elevated green. This is a fun and challenging course. Don't plan on walking in the heat of summer. The terrain is too rough. While PCCC is semi-private, the folks who run Prairie Creek are always welcoming to new golfers.
From Rogers, AR




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