Indian Oaks Golf Club
|Blue (18-holes)||72||6715 yards||71.8||118|
|White/Blue (18-holes)||72||6518 yards||71.0||116|
|White (18-holes)||72||6325 yards||70.1||114|
|Red (W) (18-holes)||72||5020 yards||69.4||115|
|Gold (W) (18-holes)||72||4925 yards||64.2||100|
|Blue M: 72.6/125||500||407||163||405||244||168||557||449||452||3345||6715|
|White/Blue M: 71.7/122||484||393||146||394||238||143||491||431||428||3148||6518|
|White M: 70.7/120||484||393||146||394||238||143||491||431||428||3148||6325|
|Red W: 68.3/113||385||286||135||307||232||88||397||345||319||2494||5020|
|Gold M: 64.1/105||371||276||135||307||226||76||397||345||309||2442||4925|
Food & BeverageBar, Grill
9 hole course, yet worth the play.
For a 9 hole course you won’t find much better. They could put in a few more T boxes to make the second nine more interesting. The course is very well kept - fairways, bunkers and greens.
Slow undereducated golfers who don’t know how to play golf!
Club house was nice. Great price, but golfers are illiterate in golf etiquette. You are not dealing with an intellectual group. It’s not worth the price . Go elsewhere!
Players do not know golf etiquette . Under educated golfers. Not recommended for the educated golfer!
Golfers are slow and know golf educate. They are not golf educated. Golfing with bumpkins. Not worth a look.
Like many this year, I have noticed substantial changes and improvements in the conditions and overall course. The upgrades in landscaping and continued updates to the: tee boxes, greens, and tree removal continue to make this one of the better courses in the rural area.
The management does the best they can to change up the course between the front and back nine with it being a "nine" hole course. Different tee boxes on three holes and changing the opening Par 5 to a Par 4 the second time around provides variety. I have never really seen this on other nine hole courses, makes it seem like a 18 holes course as best they can. The length of this course as well is one of the longer ones in the area, a lot of the 9 holes courses can play really short while this as the length to provide plenty of challenges.
The false fronts and sloping greens on the par threes require accurate tee shots. The drivable par 4 5th is one of the highlights as well. Plenty or risk reward on that hole.
The driving range and short game facility are again some of the nicest in the area. The practice green is really convenient to the clubhouse and first tee as well. This allows for nice after round beverage and putting contest if required. The clubhouse also looks over the putting green and 9th green so be prepare to be watched as you finish up. Overall one of the best options in the area but management does understand this and rates on the weekends are definitely more expensive than surrounding courses.
I have played here for 40 years on and off and have never seen this course in better shape. The greens are country club quality and putting at that speed.
Course is well maintained and is quite challenging. Enjoyed myself a great deal. Will be back again.
Great course to start the year
Large greens, scattered trees, and minimal water make for a relaxing day. Being 9 holes and busy the pace wasn’t the best, but the conditions were very good. The difficulty matched with the conditions make this a great place to go out for a relaxing round.
All good except only 9 holes
I have played this course for years and it is always in great shape and a challenging layout- tough par 4s. The only drawback is I usually like to play 18 and it is tough to do that here because you never know how many are starting after you finish 9 and you can easily get jammed up if you want to play 18. That being said if you are good with 9 it is a great venue.
nice course, good condition and people were very friendly, hope to do it more often. i love to fish so i killed 2 birds with 1 ball. thanks,