Southern Hills Golf Course
|White (W)||71||6079 yards||76.0||139|
|Red (W)||71||4970 yards||69.8||126|
|Blue M: 71.1/132||504||194||320||174||369||435||376||206||472||3050||417||163||547||351||407||147||392||355||514||3293||6343|
|White M: 69.4/129 W: 74.8/134||489||180||303||159||361||380||363||169||462||2866||371||155||534||339||383||128||358||347||490||3105||5971|
|Gold M: 65.3/121 W: 69.7/124||427||137||278||140||301||321||316||135||408||2463||346||126||451||263||317||124||290||269||418||2604||5067|
|Red W: 68.8/121||422||132||240||135||296||316||311||130||403||2385||341||121||446||258||312||119||277||264||413||2551||4936|
|Junior W: 67.5/112||320||137||182||140||225||245||186||130||300||1865||212||126||350||205||225||124||220||225||350||2037||3902|
Food & BeverageSnacks
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Lounge, Banquet Facilities
Great Course, Poor Pace of Play
This was my first time on this course, and I got a great deal through GolfNow. Course was in great shape and staff was friendly. Only gripe was the pace of play. I saw a sign about pace on the clubhouse so I assumed everyone would be cognizant of it, but that was not the case.
Nice course but a bit over priced. This should be a 30 dollar green fee. I did enjoy it. Would like to see the fairways and the amenities a little better. The greens need to be a little softer. I do the like speed. Overall this is 3.8 out of five. I will play it again before the end of the season.
Good for the price
Round with cart priced well. Drinks priced well.
Overall think it was good value.
Excellent greens and atmosphere!
This little gem of a course has some of the best greens I've played. Great staff and good people at Southern Hills make it enjoyable. Club house improvements and new chipping green, a plus! Great course!
Great course. Great value.
Great course. Challenging but fun for all skill levels. Definitely will be back.
Great Updates and Overall Course
The renovations in the clubhouse look awesome! They continue to add more beer options and keep the course in great shape. Friendly staff and great value go a long way to make this a regular stop.
We have been long-term members 10+ years. Today again, someone interrupted our play. This has happened every single time we have played this year. Because there is league every night and the course is packed full on weekends there is not many available times slots for play. Nasty players that get in cheap ruin the game, there is absolutely NO benefit to being a member. I have been EXTREMELY disappointed these last couple of years. We continually get apologies from the staff (they are great) but it just can not make up for what we have experienced. We had such a bad experience in June, we did not play for a month and it just continues.
They’ve remodeled the clubhouse and made some great improvements!
Wide Open Spaces, Fast Greens
Southern Hills Golf Course features wide open fairways that challenge you to pull out the driver and let her rip. This is fine if you hit the fairways, which are generally smooth, gently undulating, and fast rolling. Miss a fairway and you run the risk of losing your ball in the rough, which is just high enough to swallow the ball, or in the “natural” grass areas which will make your ball disappear. At least twice when a member of our group hit a ball in the rough we were able to find three or four other balls, but not the right one. The greens are fast (when we played, a course employee told us that they were stimping at about 11½), most of them are slightly elevated above the fairway level, and most of them slope from back to front. The course employee warned us to leave our approach shots below the hole, and he was right. Downhill putts that missed the hole were almost impossible to stop until several feet past the hole. The course was designed by Joel Goldstrand, so there were blind tee shots, blind approach shots, and forced carries on several of the holes. The stage is set by the first hole, a 504 yard (from the back tees) par 5 that requires an approach shot to carry over a creek separating the green from the fairway. Complicating the shot is a bunker guarding the front of the green that must also be carried if the pin is anywhere near the center of the green. The second hole is a par 3, 194 yards from the back tees, that also requires you to carry the same creek you saw on the first hole as it meanders through the course. You'll see the creek for the last time on hole eighteen, a 514 yard par 5 that will require you to carry the creek on the second shot, leaving a mid to short iron to the green. Leave the approach below the hole and you might finish your round with a par. If you like a links-style course with little tree coverage and a wide open feel to it, you will want to give this course a try.