Mallard Iowa Golf Courses

Spring Hills Country Club

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Spring Hills Country Club -- Nice 9-hole
Review by: HH Nice, clean challenging little course!
From Virginia

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Amana Colonies Golf Course -- Total Golf Experience
Review by: Jason McHenry Simply put, it is resort golf with out the high price tag. The approach to the club house will bring you to a very friendly greeter who will load your clubs on your cart. (Carts are required, but you would be crazy to try and walk this course anyway, very hilly and long distances between tees.)The Clubhouse is well kept, fully stocked, and is beautifully surrounded by breathtaking scenery. Once on the course there are 6 different tee areas on each hole to match your skill level. You will need accuracy as a premium on this course as there are alot of blind landing areas. The first time you play it, expect some rough going. Not a terribly long course, but the black tees will give you all you can handle at 7200+ yards. Use the GPS system on the carts to tell you exactly how far out you are and be ready to take elevation changes into consideration as you make your club selection. Any day spent on this course will be a good one, even if your score does not reflect it. Unless you are among golf's elite, expect this course to add 2-3 strokes on to your average round. I would definatly recommend giving the Amana Colonies GC a try. If you go durring a weekday, there are specials to get you on the course for under 30.00 including a cart, and that my friends is a great deal. Hit'em long & straight : )
From Cedar Rapids, IA