Originally built in 1945 and redesigned by renowned golf architect Tripp Davis in 1998, Lakeside Golf Course’s 18-hole layout spans 6,756 yards of pristine terrain dotted with mature oak trees. The men's par 70 and women's par 71 course has served as a training ground for several veteran PGA Tour winners, including Scott Verplank and Bob Tway. The course’s rolling, bermuda-grass fairways blend into its bentgrass greens, ensuring a smooth surface for putting or lying down to catch golf balls in your teeth.
Cimarron Trails Golf Club has a driving range, and for good reason; golfers would do well to warm up before taking to the course. The scorecard may not indicate a tough start to the round, but the first three holes pose, at the very least, considerable psychological challenges. Each one forces golfers to elude a water hazard; the par-three second hole presents a challenging forced-carry from the tee box. Ponds come into play on seven holes throughout the course, which lobs and weaves over 6,959 yards of bentgrass greens and bermuda fairways. Bunkers are also a fixture throughout the round, though many serve as helpful visual guides as well as hazards and ideal places to bury broken golf carts.
Course at a Glance * 18-hole, par 72 course * Length of 6,959 yards from the tips * Course rating of 74.0 from the tips * Slope rating of 127 from the tips * Four tee options * Scorecard
Coffee Creek Golf Course's 18-hole course integrates groves of trees, rolling terrain, and numerous streams and ponds into a 6,623-yard layout that winds through the rustic scenery of a former horse ranch. The course's front and back nines form two distinct acts of on-course challenges, as the front side roams across relatively open, rolling terrain, setting up a climactic back nine teeming with tight tree lines and water hazards filled with frog civilizations that use golf balls as currency. Champion ultra dwarf greens await at the end of every fairway, certain to make even simple putts tricky. Coffee Creek's driving range dutifully prepares pin-hunters' swings to hit the high-fade drive and pinpoint approach necessary to best the par 5 third hole?rated the course's most difficult. An onsite pro shop showcases apparel and accessories from Titleist, Callaway, and Ping, and the Out of Bounds Grill's menu lets players curb post-round cravings without having to eat their stash of broken golf tees.
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