Mulberry Hills Golf Course
|Forward (W)||71||4740 yards||67.2||110|
|Back M: 70.9/121||432||171||588||155||377||315||468||419||457||3382||357||274||218||505||439||502||203||375||380||3253||6635|
|Middle M: 68.4/115||417||147||536||134||355||295||419||355||437||3095||345||237||181||473||418||464||173||361||369||3021||6116|
|Forward W: 67.2/110||371||122||403||101||333||233||341||268||300||2472||297||210||137||349||311||407||124||208||225||2268||4740|
Food & BeverageSnacks, Restaurant, Beverage Carts
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Meeting Facilities, Banquet Facilities, Internet Access
Great course, but building needs a deep cleaning
The course is well designed and cared for, but unfortunately the clubhouse smells of ammonia (cat urine). This makes check in uncomfortable, and you’ll want to avoid entering the building at the turn. Staff is really friendly and the greenskeeper is on top of their game.
I enjoyed the course and had a good time the only problem was there are so many blind spots. With the leaves falling now it was impossible to find my ball even on the fairway at times. I did however find several other balls in plain site through the course. Definitely other golfers were having the same issue. I still will go back because it is a beautiful course.
The course was in great shape. The greens are perfect and probably the most challenging part of the course besides the 4 blind shots on the back. Make sure you get a new cart some of the old ones should be retired or refreshed. Staff was very friendly.
Bring your A game with the putter
Difficult course. It’s tough but fair. What it lacks in sand traps it makes up with the tricky pin placement. If you’re long on the green putting can be a nightmare. Very friendly staff. Well worth the money. We drove an hour to play here and will definitely come back.
I was enjoying to play with my friends at Mulberry, but the green was little bit hard to hole in.
Except the greens, I really liked the golf culb over all.
What a gem
Drove 40 min to get here and it was worth every second. Course was in great condition, the greens had tricky (but fun) slopes, and every employee we ran into was kind and welcoming. I'll be back.
I used to play this course on a regular basis. I would pay 25 bucks and play all day. Dropping three, sometimes four balls and hitting them on the green from the 150 marker. Rarely saw others and never held anyone up.
I never saw anybody else because the course wasn't very well kept. Not anymore. I was happily surprised to see how well the fairways looked. Even more happy I was to see the beautiful greens. Manicured to perfection and rolled to the point to where I don't want them any faster.
The days of playing with no one else on the course are gone. Mulberry Hills has it groove back.
Don’t play here
If you’re going to play golf in Oxford go to Boulder Pointe Golf Club, this place it’s absolutely awful. Every single tee box is uneven so you can’t find a good spot to tee off unless you want to be on uneven ground, if you don’t hit the ball in the middle of every fairway on every hole good luck finding your ball, fairways are super narrow And if you miss you’re going to be in knee deep rough trying to find your ball. Definitely not worth driving here to play
Got mixed up with a junior class but once past them it worked out well. Nice conditions. Worth the money but crowned greens are tough!