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jwal39232
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Flowood, MS
Member since Dec 2011
794 posts

Hot Springs, AR Golf
Headed up there at the end of July. Anyone have any course recommendations? Looking for something with decent views and elevation changes. Someone recommended Isabella and Grenada. Any thoughts? TIA


ManyTiger
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re: Hot Springs, AR Golf
Played Grenada & Diamante a couple of weeks ago. Both in fantastic condition. Just a note, there is no drinking water or beverage cart at Grenada. Stock up on whatever you need before you start the round. Also no rakes for sand traps. I assume the other public courses in HS Village are the same.

Diamante is private & has water coolers around the course & a rake on your cart.

Also, none of the courses are accepting cash (which is completely illegal, but it’s their sandbox).


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b-rab2
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N. Louisiana
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re: Hot Springs, AR Golf
was up there a few weeks ago. All the courses were in great condition. Magellan was closed for some reason though.


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SamtheSham
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In a greenside bunker
Member since Nov 2018
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re: Hot Springs, AR Golf
Your options in Hot Springs are limited.

1. Hot Springs Country Club. Private , but accepts gf play, probably 90-100. 2 courses - Arlington is an old style classic course with a few major elevation changes ( one of my all-time favorite courses).
Park course is very nice, more rolling terrain. Both are always well- conditioned.

Hot Springs Village - Don't know if you can play without being a property owner or guest of one, but if you can. . .the Village has 7 18, hole courses ( Coronado is an executive course), all of them are very nice courses; Ponce de Leon, Isabella, Granada, and Balboa are of a little more modern design. All of them have a lot of elevation change.
Diamante is a private club within the Village, but a magnificent Fazio course; don't know their guest policy or rates, but if you're not on a tight budget well worth the money if you ca get on.

DeGray state park has a nice course 30 minutes from HS.

Hope this helps.
This post was edited on 6/28 at 7:01 pm


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jwal39232
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Flowood, MS
Member since Dec 2011
794 posts

re: Hot Springs, AR Golf
Thanks for the responses. I’ll look into some of these. Going up the last two weekends in July so going to play 2-3 times. Gonna try Isabella, Diamante (if I can get on) and maybe the country club.


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dLSUm22
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Shreveport
Member since Aug 2012
384 posts

re: Hot Springs, AR Golf
I am playing Hot Springs CC on 7/17. Can report back and let you know how it is.


jwal39232
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Flowood, MS
Member since Dec 2011
794 posts

re: Hot Springs, AR Golf
Thank you sir. Please do


Lou
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out here in the middle
Member since Aug 2005
7327 posts

re: Hot Springs, AR Golf
Not sure if Glenwood CC was mentioned. Havent played it yet but it's on my list. It's on the natural state golf trail so it should be at least above average. It is open for public play.

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