Oxford Indiana Golf Courses

Oak Grove Country Club

Featured Golf Course Review:
Oak Grove Country Club -- fair, fun and funky
Review by: greg scott born and raised in oxford, I now live in "the golf capital of the world"(palm beach gardens, fl). however, I always enjoy going home to this course where I learned(tho still being educated) the game. the greens are small and with many breaks compared to our typical florida layouts, so your short game is the key. and while not long, local knowledge assists on where to place your drive. many times I have played ping pong on the oak lined par-five 16th hole, ruining a round on cruise control till then. the course record is 64, despite the many excellent local golfers and the sharks who come out from lafayette, too. the atmosphere is friendly and give my best to the pro, john messner, who like me grew up on this course.
From palm beach gardens fl.

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Augusta Hills Golf Course -- Very playable and picturesque
Review by: Jake The front nine has significantly more character than the back, and although a par 35, plays 2-3 strokes more difficult than the back nine (par 36). Don't let the short yardage lull you into a false sense of security about going low at Augusta, the elevation changes and dog legs on the front nine will eat your lunch if you're not careful. The back nine is more open and forgiving, but there are more than a few balls in the water hazard guarding against those who attempt to cut the corner on number 18. This course will challenge the low handicapper, while allowing the high handicapper an opportunity to enjoy a round without getting beat up. Priced very low for the level of upkeep, this course is one of the best values I've found in my 30+ years of golfing. They have snack bar service with hot sandwiches, soft drinks, and beer. Amidst the Northeastern Indiana lake country, don't miss the opportunity to enjoy a day at Augusta Hills.
From IN