A chain of lakes runs through Hidden Lakes Golf Course, intersecting the land from the southwest to the northwest corner. When surveying the plot ahead of the course's 1958 opening, architect Floyd Farley wanted to capitalize on the chain's natural landscape, and wove the 18 holes around and over the waterways to present a sense of challenge and surprise.
The course name arose organically out of the layout, as did a popularity with golfers that continues to this day. Water is in play on ten holes around the 6,773-yard layout, and trees crowd the fairways on a good deal more. For a better shot at conquering the course or at least posting scores closer to the par of 72, players may need to put some time in at the practice center. Here they can hone accuracy with drivers and irons on the driving range, and build an intimidating aura with forward, backward, and between-the-legs putting strokes on the pair of large practice putting greens.
Since its opening in 1973, Suppesville Golf Course's nine-hole spread has enveloped golfers in a pleasant cocoon of low stress through rolling countryside. The design team of Joyce Hamm and Stanley Suppes wove strips of bermuda-grass fairway among its trees and pastures, leaving water in play on seven of the holes.
Course at a Glance:
Nine-hole, par 36 course
Total length of 2,783 yards from the back tees
Course rating of 65.6 from the back tees
Course slope of 102 from the back tees
Three sets of tees per hole
A nine-hole course ideal for a leisurely midday game or early morning jaunt, Tee Time Golf Course unfolds across level terrain unencumbered by an overabundance of sand bunkers and water hazards. Hurtling orbs sail into the sky at an onsite driving range, where players can hone swings in anticipation of holes four, five, and nine, numbers which not only signify Tee Time’s toughest obstacles, but also the toughest questions on the drivers-ed exam for a golf cart.
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A night out here can be a bit pricey, so prepare to shell out a bit more.
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Golf lovers can enjoy quality time together going through the course at Anthony City Police Department in Anthony.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Take advantage of the great golf course at Anthony City Police Department in Anthony and start your golf season off on the right foot.
The executive layout at Sierra Hills Golf Club presents a par 58 course that covers 3,100 yards and features 4 par 4s and 14 par 3s. The terrain careens across gently undulating bluegrass and past six water features, including a crescent-shaped pond that wraps itself nearly all the way around one of the greens, forming a moat to prevent local mini-golf courses from setting up windmill colonies. The 18th hole offers a dramatic end to the round, as golfers must send approach shots soaring over a water hazard stationed directly in front of the green. Sierra Hills Golf Club complements its pared-down layout with a full-length, 35-stall, natural-grass driving range, where guests can drive or bicycle-kick practice balls up to 300 yards into the distance.
Course at a Glance:
18-hole, par 58 course designed by Leo Johnson
Course rating of 70
Slope rating of 113
Three sets of tees