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Arkansas Golf Courses and the Natural State Golf Trail
Tee off at championship courses surrounded by blissful natural beauty. Arkansas’ diverse landscapes provide myriad settings for golfers to enjoy: towering pine tree forests, clear mountain lakes, gurgling rivers, and rolling farmland. From challenging courses for elite athletes to easy fairways with panoramic views, players of all skill levels will find entertaining golf experiences.
Start with The Natural State Golf Trail, which includes 12 lovely golf courses in 11 scenic locations throughout the state. Many are designed by famous architects, and most are open all year thanks to Arkansas’ temperate climate. The collection includes public and private courses, including award-winning greens at Heber Springs, Pine Bluff, and Drasco. Practice your swing on courses with classic design, or take a tee shot over a double waterfall.
Fayetteville, Jonesboro, and Little Rock also offer premium golf courses with generous facilities. Whether you play at a few choice courses or plan an epic golfing vacation, you’ll encounter relaxing scenery at high-quality golf courses in every region of the state.
Cedars Country Club
Just of the many fun aspects of Van Buren Municipal Park, the Cedars Country Club is a premier golf destination in northern Arkansas. Visit the city of Van Buren and play 18 holes on this executive course – you can also play the nine just once for a quick, pre-lunch experience.
Another of the extensive executive courses throughout Arkansas, Cedars Country Club features a par 36 – double up the nine holes to 18 and enjoy a full day of golf. The Cedars Country Club golf course features a slope rating of 67, and a course rating of 68.4.
Harbor Oaks Golf Club
Golfers of all skill sets enjoy the wealth of courses found in Arkansas. The Harbor Oaks Golf Club is a premier destination for anyone visiting central Arkansas. Whether you're a scratch golfer or a true novice, you'll find a wealth of fun and a fair amount of challenge at Harbor Oaks Golf Club.
The city of Pine Bluff features a wealth of charm – and the golf isn't too bad, either. Make your way to the Harbor Oaks Golf Club at nearly any time of the year, weather permitting, of course. Book a tee time and enjoy this par 72, 18-hole golf course; it's all happening at Harbor Oaks Golf Club.
Hindman Golf Course
On your next visit to Arkansas, visit the Little Rock area and play 18 holes at the Hindman Golf Course. You'll find Hindman Golf Course just southwest of downtown Little Rock. Whether you are an avid, scratch golfer with dreams of the PGA Tour, or if you're a weekend warrior, you'll no doubt enjoy the challenge of Hindman Golf Course.
You can drive in from North Little Rock and play 18 holes at Hindman Golf Course – it's located just north of I-30, between University Avenue and Stagecoach Road. Certified as an "Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary," Hindman Golf Course features 103 acres and tree-lined fairways.
Mountain Ranch Golf Club
Check out 18 of the must lush and challenging holes in northern Arkansas at the Mountain Ranch Golf Club in Fairfield Bay. Make the drive in from nearby Mountain View or Clinton and shoot for par. Mountain Ranch Golf Club is most easily accessed via State Route 16 in AR.
Once rated as the "No. 2 Best Public Golf Course in Arkansas" by Golf Digest, and as GolfLink's "No. 4 Best-Valued Course in the America," Mountain Ranch Golf Club is a sterling example of golf in Arkansas. Tee off from the championships tees and play the course to a total of 6,780 yards.
Razorback Park Golf Course
Book a tee time now and play 18 holes at the Razorback Park Golf Course in Fayetteville. Your trip to northern Arkansas will be met with a sterling golf experience, stunning views of the Ozarks, and nearly ideal weather at any time of year.
Open to the public, Razorback Park Golf Course features 18 exemplary holes playing to a total of 6,346 yards form the longest tee box – 5,163 from the shortest tee box. Razorback Park Golf Course is Fayetteville's oldest public golf course.
Turtle Pointe Golf Club
The Turtle Pointe Golf Club is a top area destination for golfers. Travel into the southern Arkansas and visit the city of Arkadelphia – you'll want to book a tee time at Turtle Pointe, where the the golf is good nearly all year round.
Enjoy the challenge of playing Turtle Pointe Golf Club – the greens are meticulously cared for, making them nearly glass-like, the fairways are narrow in most areas, and the trees are plentiful. Whether you're a step away from joining the PGA Tour, or if you just like to get out on the weekends for a round of 18, Turtle Pointe Golf Course with entertain and challenge.
War Memorial Golf Course
The War Memorial Golf Course in Little Rock is an ideal destination for any golfer visiting the area. Just west of War Memorial Stadium, home of the Arkansas Razorbacks football team, War Memorial Golf Course is 90 acres and 18 lush, challenging holes.
Technically an urban executive course, War Memorial Golf Course has nine holes – you have the option of playing through once for a quick round, or doubling up on the holes for a full 18. It's one of many excellent Arkansas golf courses. Enjoy your next Little Rock, AR golf experience.
West Helena Municipal Golf Course
As you travel into the city of Lexa, be sure to book a tee time for the West Helena Municipal Golf Course. One of the top golf courses along the Arkansas Delta region of Arkansas, West Helena Golf Course is a nine-hole, executive style course.
When you make your plans for a West Helena visit, don't leave off an afternoon of golf from the daily agenda. West Helena Municipal Golf Course is open to the public, is a nine-hole executive course, and features 15 tee boxes at the driving range.