Big Creek Golf & Country Club, Mountain Home
Look For An Eagle In The Ozarks
Arkansas's Ozark Mountains set the scene for a great golfing experience. Picture a lie near a world-famous trout river. Add to the experience a bald or golden eagle soaring overhead and you have the perfect round of golf no matter what your score.
Autumn Golf In The Ozarks--Brilliant Idea!
This scenario could unfold at Rivercliff Golf Course at Bull Shoals, a public 18-hole layout with several of its holes situated in the shadow of Bull Shoals Dam and alongside the White River, famed for its world-class trout fishing.
Gorgeous scenery, diversity and unique features are the hallmarks of Ozark golf resorts. From the foothills beginning around Heber Springs to the mountain country extending northeast to Hardy and Cherokee Village, north to Bull Shoals and Diamond City, and northwest to Eureka Springs, Springdale, Fayetteville and Siloam Springs, the Ozarks are loaded with beautiful golf courses.
When you talk Ozark golf, it's difficult to know where to start and when to stop talking. The region is home to many of the state’s best public golf courses and resorts as well as semi-private and private courses.
Certainly, the Mountain Ranch golf course of Fairfield Bay, a signature golf course designed by Edmund B. Ault and scenic Indian Hills Country Club must be mentioned, as well as the Red Apple Inn course on Eden Isle at Heber Springs and the spectacular new Tannenbaum Golf Club of Drasco, carved from the Ozark hills with nine holes open for play and nine more holes on the way. And so must the seven (and counting) beautiful courses at Bella Vista Village near Bentonville, the Pinnacle Country Club and Prairie Creek Country Club at Rogers, the North and South courses at Cherokee Village and Holiday Island Country Club courses near Eureka Springs. Stonebridge Meadows at Fayetteville features gentle rolling terrain for outstanding golf, while new Big Creek Golf Club of Mountain Home offers its rugged Ozark beauty.
Be sure to include fall play when you visit the Ozarks. The changing hardwood colors are a real joy. Try spring, too, when the redbuds and dogwoods are beautifully in bloom. Find course information for Rivercliff, Big Creek, Stonebridge Meadows, Mountain Ranch golf course and the top private and semi-private golf clubs as well as the best public golf courses in the Ozarks below.