Arkansas Golf Trail
The scenic beauty of Arkansas is a natural complement to the game of golf. From rolling hills to hardwood forests, towering pines to mountain lakes, pristine rivers to fertile farmlands, the state boasts amazing golfing experiences around every turn.
The Arkansas Golf Trail features 14 elite courses in 13 unique locations. Whether you’re looking for tournament play on a world-class course, or you’re simply interested in a relaxing round with friends, these courses provide the perfect path for you to follow your passion for the game.
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The community's oldest golf course can best be described as a "classic" design that gently rolls through the valley along Little Sugar Creek. While long and challenging, this course has very forgiving terrain and bent grass greens.
Big Creek Golf and Country Club is a proud multi-year winner of Golf Digest's Places To Play coveted five-star award. Big Creek, opened in 2000 as the centerpiece of an expansive golf course community, was designed by Thomas Clark with Ault, Clark and Associates, and has been ranked #1 public course in Arkansas multiple years by Golfweek and by readers of the Arkansas Business magazine. The course is renowned for its Zoysia fairways, bent grass greens, and top quality conditioning. Big Creek is Arkansas’ qualifying site for the 2022 USGA US Junior Am and US Junior Girls Am, as well as many other local and state tournaments.
Eagle Crest has established itself as one of the premier golf courses in Arkansas. With perfect zoysia fairways, great greens and one spectacular view after another, Eagle Crest is an elite destination for golfing in The Natural State. Designed by Tournament Players Champion Mark Hayes, Eagle Crest entertains the novice and challenges the professional. In addition to the scenic course with its amazing views, Eagle Crest has an excellent practice range and putting green conveniently located adjacent to the clubhouse.
One of the gems of The Arkansas Golf Trail, offering golfing, lodging and a full-service restaurant. Two lodges, located directly adjacent to the course, include The Fairways lodge with 12 rooms, and new Greens lodge has seven rooms plus one suite. Each lodge has a fully equipped kitchen and living area. Each guestroom has a private bathroom, refrigerator, microwave, coffee pot, and other amenities. The back patio has a grill area and picnic table for barbeques and group get-togethers. Also outside the back of the lodge is a hot tub and an incredible view of the natural beauty of the Ouachita Mountains and Ouachita National Forest.
Hot Springs Country Club features two 18-hole courses: Arlington and Park. The challenging par-72 Arlington course rambles over 6,713 yards of the Ouachitas and features a series of undulating bentgrass greens and steep, narrow Bermuda fairways. The par-72 Park course provides 6,852 yards of lush fairways, watery challenges and breathtaking vistas of surrounding lakes and mountains. Country club amenities include a full-service clubhouse, golf and tennis pro shops, indoor and outdoor tennis courts, swimming pool and playground.
Hot Springs Village offers one of the most dramatic golf course settings in the state of Arkansas with nine golf clubs located within 26,000 acres of The Village. Opened in 2000, Isabella Golf Club was ranked as the number one course in Arkansas by Golf Digest and the Arkansas Business Journal from 2002-2006 and has continued to receive high rankings year after year. Designed by Ault, Clark & Associates, Isabella is a 27-hole complex featuring three unique nine-hole rotations—Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria.
Mountain Ranch is carved out of the most spectacular Ozark Mountain landscape. Renowned architect Edmund Ault's challenging 6,780-yard masterpiece will have you coming back time and time again. The front nine provides a gentle introduction to the course, after which the back nine requires precision and strategy to navigate a splendid yet challenging string of holes.
Mystic Creek is a truly one-of-a-kind course, nestled among the rolling timbers of southern Arkansas. The club's 18-hole Kenneth Dye, Jr.-designed course was immediately recognized as one of the Best New Courses by Golf Digest in 2013. With cathedral pines similar to Augusta, high flashing bunkers styles similar to A.W Tillinghast, and domed greens with runoffs similar to Pinehurst #2, Mystic Creek is an unforgettable experience for golfers of all skill levels.
On a peninsula surrounded by Greers Ferry Lake in the scenic foothills of the Ozark Mountains, this 18-hole championship course has been rated by Golf Digest as one of the 50 most scenic in the country. The resort includes 57 rooms, 25 condominiums with full kitchens, five tennis courts (three are
The Andy Dye-designed course at Village Creek State Park features 27 holes located within the rolling terrain of Crowley’s Ridge. The challenging world-class course is nestled within the dramatic backdrop of this unique landforms mixed hardwood forest.
A Tommy Bolt signature course, Sage Meadows features zoysia grass fairways, lush bentgrass greens, water on nine of the 18 holes and 37 sand bunkers. Sage Meadows is a wonderful combination of strategic golf and power golf to challenge players of all skill levels.
Featuring five sets of tees ranging from 5,215 to 7,150 yards, the energetic layout by architect Randy Heckenkemper delights golfers of all abilities. Bermuda fairways and bentgrass greens are accentuated by a 13-acre practice facility, and the clubhouse offers a great place to relax after a round. Fayetteville is an exciting city nestled in the scenic Ozark Mountains.
Voted by Golf Digest as one of Arkansas' Best Places to Play; located in Ozark Mountains on the shores of Greers Ferry Lake, Tannenbaum is actually a peninsula surrounded by water.