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Mountain Ranch Golf Club at Fairfield Bay820 Lost Creek Pkwy
Fairfield Bay, AR 72088
Phone: (501)884-3400Fax: (501)884-6095
This course was a private facility until 1991, but now it is open to the public. The course was carved out of its natural surroundings and features spectacular views of the Ozark Mountains. The front nine is gently sloping, while the back nine demands strategy and precise shotmaking. The signature hole is #14, a 560-yard, par 5, featuring an eighty-foot drop from tee to fairway. Hole #15, an uphill 395-yard, par 4, is considered by many to be the most difficult hole in the state. "Golf Digest" rated this course as the #1 "Best Public Course" in the state from 1996-1998. The other tee shown is a ladies' championship tee. Golfers may walk the course anytime, however the green fees remain the same. The 6280-yard men's tee also has a ladies' course rating of 73.0 and slope of 144; the ladies' tee also has a men's course rating of 66.2 and slope of 126.
|Holes: 18||Greens: Bent Grass||Fairways: Bermuda Grass|
|Dress Code:||No tank tops or cutoffs|
|Season:||Open all year|
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Course reviews for Mountain Ranch Golf Club at Fairfield Bay
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Number of Reviews: 2
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| 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Challenging Course but a must play, Jun 16, 2007
from Little Rock, AR
|This course can be extremely challenging due to the length and make up of most holes. On the first hole you can hit your drive in the fairway only to see it drift left into the ruff, due to the sloping of the fairway. This course is LOADED with bunkers, both fairway and sandtraps. The greens are soft, which is good considering the length of most holes. I personally have played this course many times and will always come back due to the beauty and challenge.|
| 1 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Tough public course with character, May 08, 2004
|reviewer: Kevin Marsh
from Little Rock, AR
|Hilly, flat, open, narrow, it's all there. Hole 2 is a long par 5 with a blind tee shot over a hill to a sloping fairway. Far beyond, protected by a lake is the oblong green. Hole 14 and 15 will either make or break you. 14 is a long, sweeping dogleg par 5 that you can't see the green until you're there. 15 is a brutally long, uphill, narrow par 4 with trouble on both sides.|