Oaks and willows surround 27-hole course with lengthy history that stretches back 50+ years
What You'll Get
- What’s included: cart rental
The Fine Print
About Coachman's Golf Resort
The first nine holes of Coachman's Golf Resort's 27-hole golf course were built in 1968, but the local history stretches back much further. The Johnson family founded a tavern called The Curve in 1936, and began serving meals to weary travelers motoring down US Highway 51. The tavern expanded to an inn in 1962, and the Red Course followed 6 years later.
Today, more than half a century later, players still string their drives down the Red Course fairways first envisioned by architect Homer Fieldhouse, but they also have the option of teeing up on the White and Blue nines as well. The tall oak trees, imposing willows, and abundant sand traps that pepper each nine give the low-handicapper plenty to think about, but won't cause beginners so much frustration that they give up the sport or refuse to ever speak to their putter again.