Affordable Championship Golf
This 18-Hole Championship Golf Course has Zoysia fairways, roughs, tees and Bentgrass greens. In the tree areas, many ornamental bushes and shrubs enhance the mulched ground cover and the course’s natural beauty.
A forgiving Par 4, this is a good starting hole that has room for a miss hit and allows for a recovery shot. The green is nestled in the pine trees with a pond on the right side of the hole.
This is a short Par 4 through the pine trees. The undulating and challenging green is guarded by three sand traps in front.
An average length Par 5 with a wide fairway and traps down the left to the green. Surrounded by seven sand traps, this British Open style green has an amphitheater appearance. There are a total of ten sand traps on this hole.
A good par 3 with a two tier green, this hole resembles #16 at Augusta National. It features water and three sand traps surrounding the greens.
The Signature Hole — a Par 4 with an island green, This beautiful hole sits out in a 10-acre lake and is a treat to play on a non-windy day. If the wind is blowing...enough said.
Large pine trees encase this beautiful Par 3. Two sand traps guard the front of the green.
This double dogleg Par 5 travels over a creek with water to the left and right of the second landing area. Interstate 30 is No. 7’s backdrop.
A nice Par 4 with a tee shot over a lake to a wide landing area. The green is backed by a bank of pine trees and protected by two sand traps at the front.
Water travels all along the right side of this straightaway Par 4. Huge oak trees border the landing area. Three large sand traps offer protection between the fairway and the elevated green.
A tough Par 4 with a creek down the left side of the hole and pine trees on the right. This is the narrowest hole at Hurricane.
Hitting out of a group of white oak trees, this tight Par 3 features a very generous green with a creek to the left and a sand trap in front
A risk reward Par 5, this hole has a large landing area, a creek flanking the left side and a lake to the right. To go for it in two, a golfer would have to fly water and sand to the green. The safe shot would be to lay up and play the hole as a three-shot par 5.
There is extreme difficulty surrounding this green. It is a good par 4 that shoots long over a creek to an elevated green.
No. 14 has a slight dogleg to the right and features the largest bunker of any course in Arkansas to the left of the green.
Another dogleg, but to the left, this Par 4 has a grassy hollow down the right side of the fairway. The green is elevated with a sand trap guarding the right side.
Hurricane Creek guards the left side of this long hole and two traps are along the right side. The green is extremely deep and a large sand trap protects the right side. A very nice Par 5.
This Par 3 features a green wrapped by pine trees. Hurricane Creek parallels the left side and several bunkers protect the front.
Touble is everywhere on this Par 4. Hurricane Creek is to the left, a large lake is on the right and the green sits just on the other side of the creek. A great finishing hole!
Tees Total Yardage Course Rating/Slope
Black 6842 73.5/124
Blue 6209 70.3/116
White 5634 67.6/108
Gold 5101 65.1/104
Red 4641 66.4/117