March Meadows Golf Course
March Meadows Golf Course is a nine-hole layout that is just a scenic 30-minute drive from Duncan. Tree-studded mountains provide a beautiful backdrop throughout the course, offering not only scenic views but also a peaceful, isolated feel. Mature trees line the fairways and there is minimal but strategic bunkering. The golf course has some challenging holes but there are also some great birdie opportunities, like on the par-4 third, which has an inviting green and very little trouble. The signature hole is the par-4 sixth. Keeping it in the fairway is the key but that isn't easy on this dogleg right. Par is considered a good score on this tough hole. The golf course finishes with a scenic par 5 that is backed by mountains. A meandering stream crosses in front of the green.
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Food & BeverageBar, Restaurant
9 hole gem in the middle of no where !
This is a very challenging and unforgiving course. It has a nice little creek that comes into play on a few holes. Although we did not see any wildlife , the signs of them were all over the place. Lol I will definitely go back and play this course again.
Great fun on a scenic course.
I've always found this course to be a great challenge. Length is not the issue but course management is. The greens were in great shape with subtle breaks if a bit on the slow side. The fairways were lush and the rough can be penal in some low lying areas. Pace of play was a leisurely 3-1/2 hours without pushing or being pushed.
Had an early start Friday morning the weather was good could smell smoke from a forest fire a few miles away but it wasn't heavy and seem to disappear but could hear the choppers going to the near by lake getting water for firefighting. On time no waiting and always an easy warm up start on hole 1 par 3. Greens were very good conditions and fairways a little on the dry side giving a good distance roll. high lights include hole 6 a challenging hole Amen corner so called trying to go over the cider for a difficult challenge manage to sneak to past to the right of the cider giving a good second shot to the green for a par
A tough little 9 hole course
This course that is right in nature provides scenic but challenging holes. The wicked dog leg on the second hole to the undulating ground on a few of the other holes makes this course a challenge for even the most experienced golfer.
This course is serene and lovely
Fairways are lined with stately evergreens in a country setting surrounded by mountains. The course does not have designated cart paths except in very limited areas. Therefore you meander through the course with only the location of your ball determining your direction. I am a senior golfer with some mobility issues so I really appreciate being able to take the power cart to my ball even after it has been raining. Many courses are cart path only after a heavy rain. It is a nine hole course. I rated the value @ average but through Golf Now there are some very good deals. Unfortunately they close for the season at the end of Oct.
a gaggle of rookie 5somes ahead of us, and no one ahead of them for miles, no course marshalls and worse than that no drink cart girls on a hot summer day. Mentioned slow play and staff were not to concerned. Restaurant cooler fridge was empty and vending machine did not work without staff key...and did I mention the sodas were past their expiry date. I do like the course and would play again but I would need a large discount to do so
Great 9-hole golf course and good restaurant with friendly staff.
March Meadows is a great 9-hole golf course that can challenge and satisfy the best of golfers. The owner was very friendly and helpful and even called me back to say we could play earlier than booked because it was a slow day.
fun course and good condition. excellent value and good food at the club house