Choose Between Two Options
- $25 for 10 bags of range balls (a $50 value)
- $50 for 20 bags of range balls (a $100 value)
Each bag holds approximately 50 range balls, which players can launch from any of the 20 stations at target greens positioned at 100, 150, and 200 yards away.
Marengo Ridge Golf Club
Marengo Ridge Golf Club, which began as a modest nine-hole course, endured a 25-year gap before taking full advantage of the surrounding landscape's diverse terrain and expanding into a sprawling 18-hole course. Course architect William James Spear broke ground on the front nine in 1963, designating a large, renovated cow barn as the first clubhouse and cleaving nine holes through densely wooded hills. This layout proved sufficient until a late ‘80s spike in the local caddy population—and business boom—made the addition of a back nine desirable. Construction began in 1988 and, two years later, a new nine-hole track opened for play, presenting golfers with a profound shift in scenery, as this layout was built on an expanse of open farmland. The old clubhouse lasted for three more years, but the awkward location and argyle-wearing cattle called for the construction of a new clubhouse to match the new 18-hole golf club.
Today, golfers enjoy the diverse layout of the 18-hole course from the first hole, the longest par 4 on the course, to the last, a par 5 severe dogleg right. Water enters play on nine holes, including on the first six, creating the potential for an extending water break for thirsty golf carts.
Course at a Glance:
- 18-hole, par 72 course
- Total length of 6,654 yards from the back tees
- Course rating of 72.5 from the back tees
- Course slope of 129 from the back tees
- Four sets of tees per hole
“great place to play, quiet, no too many people and very clean and well maintain”
“very pleasant, helpful staff who were interested in us having a good outing as we are novices in the golfing field ”
“Greg Baresel is a great teacher of golf -- easy to understand, very open and extremely personable. An easy person to learn from, he doesn't over-complicate things and...”
“Greg Baresel is a great teacher of golf -- easy to understand, very open and extremely personable. An easy person to learn from, he doesn't over-complicate things and gives solid, practical advice and direction in regards to swing analysis and tweaking mechanics.”