Greenside and fairway bunkers, water hazards, and various other obstacles team up to make rounds at Indian Run Golf Club a challenge for players of all levels.
Course at a Glance
A semiprivate club that opens its doors for a public of players, Lake Doster Golf Club slingshots its ball strikers toward golf greatness with a scenic and challenging course. Tee thwackers may warm up on the range or putting green before grabbing a cart and embarking upon their clubbing adventure. Lake Doster's course is both stern and forgiving, featuring curvaceous fairways, isolated greens, and the signature "Little Monster," known for its sand-trap-surrounded green and luxurious winter pelt. An 18-hole round for four players is included in today's deal, fueling friendly competitions of putting prowess and extreme golf-cart wheelies while creating cherished memories.
Grand Prairie Golf Course stretches across the rolling countryside with a nine-hole, 1,710-yard executive layout that features six par 3s and three short par 4s. The course's longest hole measures 287 yards with many shorter designs that cater to beginners and golfers trying to squeeze in a quick round before sunset, when golf carts turn back into pumpkins.
Golf instructor Ann Marie Roschek draws from 10 years of experience to help golfers lower scores in private lessons and group clinics, and the course pro shop keeps clubbers in the latest golf apparel and equipment from brands including Monterey Club, US Kids Golf, and Adams Golf.
Course at a Glance:
9-hole, par 30 executive course
Course rating of 27.4 from the farthest tees
Slope rating of 80 from the farthest tees
Men's and ladies' tee options