Tee off during your next Arkansas visit.
Play these Nine Arkansas Golf Courses
Embark on your next trek through Arkansas and be sure to bring your clubs – you won't want to miss out on any of these exemplary golf courses in The Natural State. Find these courses spread across cities like Fayetteville, Little Rock, and Clarksville.
Find your nearest course or favorite course, book your tee time now, and enjoy the stunning views and excellent challenges of Arkansas golf.
1. Razorback Park Golf Course
The Razorback Park Golf Course is a premier destination in northern Arkansas. Open to the public and a fun challenge for a golfer at any level, Razorback Park Golf Course is found in Fayetteville. A par 72 playing at a total distance of 6,346 yards from the longest tees, Razorback Park Golf Course is also easily accessible from nearby cities Bentonville and Eureka Springs.
2. Mountain Ranch Golf CLub
Once rated as the "No.2 Best Public Course in Arkansas" by Golf Magazine, the Mountain Ranch Golf Club at Fairfield Bay is an 18-hole stunner found within the natural Ozark beauty of northern Arkansas. Playing as long as 6,780 yars and as short as 5,325 yards, Mountain Ranch Golf Club is a must-play in AR. Visit from nearby Mountain View or Clinton.
3. Hindman Golf COurse
Continue your Arkansas golf exploration and head for Little Rock. You'll want to book a tee time at the Hindman Golf Course, 18 of the most lush, and challenging, holes you'll find near downtown Little Rock. Open to the public, and designed by Leon Howard, the Hindman Golf Course features water hazards fed by the Fourche River and Fourche Creek. Make the drive in from nearby Lonoke or Conway and try for the course record at Hindman Golf Course.
4. War Memorial Golf Course
A golfer hits from the fairway.
Another top course in Little Rock is the popular War Memorial Golf Course. Just north of I-630 between University Avenue and Markham Street – you can easily drive in from Benton or North Little Rock – War Memorial Golf Course is just one aspect of War Memorial Park. You'll be able to sneak in a round of 18 at War Memorial Golf Course during the college football season, then head to the War Memorial Stadium for an Arkansas Razborbacks football game.
5. Harbor Oaks Golf Club
Explore even more challenging golf fun can be had at the Harbor Oaks Golf Club in southern Arkansas. Travel to Pine Bluff and check out this 18-hole, par 72 public golf course. Drive in from nearby Stuttgart and experience the challenge and excitement of Harbor Oaks. You'll also have the chance to book either the New Orleans Room or the Harbor Oak Conference Room if you're hosting an event or a large group.
6. Lake Village Country Club
As you continue exploring central and southern Arkansas, be sure to play a round at Lake Village Country Club. Drive in from nearby McGehee and check out this excellent nine-hole course. Open to the public and featuring the classic "Executive" style play, you'll have the option of playing the nine holes once, or double them up for a true 18-hole southern Arkansas golf experience.
7. Turtle Pointe Golf Club
Easily accessed from I-30 in southern Arkansas, just outside of Arkadelphia, the Turtle Pointe Golf Club is 18, championship holes sure to yield just the right challenge. Drive in from Hot Springs and enjoy the course designed and built by Joe Finger in 1967. Beware of the 10th hole, the signature hole at Turtle Pointe – it's a par 3, 190-yard shot where you tee off from an elevated box to a green situated on a pond.
8. West Helena Municipal Golf Course
Another premier executive course, West Helena Municipal Golf Course is found in the city of Lexa near the Mississippi Delta. West Helena Municipal Golf Course was designed by Jim Frazier, opened in 1981, and features nine luxurious holes – play them twice and complete your round of 18.
9. Cedars Country Club
You'll find even more nine-hole fun back in the northern region of the state at Cedars Country Club. Drive in from nearby Clarksville and play a quick nine-hole round, or make the turn and go for 18 – it's a 68.4 course rating, with a slope rating of 126. Cedars Country Club is part of the Van Buren Municipal Park, and just north of the Arkansas River – two Van Buren highlights.