|Municipal Golf Course|
In El Dorado, Arkansas, lies Lions Club Municipal Golf Course, a municipal course embodying the parkland style, envisioned by and welcoming golfers since its 1954 inauguration. A meticulously designed course featuring lush greens, strategic hazards, and a serene atmosphere, perfect for a day of golf.
The course plays to a total par of 72 and consists of four Par 3's, 10 Par 4's and four Par 5's over 18 holes with a Course Rating of 70.1 and a Slope of 122. Three choices for men's tees create an engaging golf course that welcomes and challenges players of varying skills.
From 6113 to 6282 yards, the course length adapts to offer a spectrum of challenges and playing experiences for golfers. At a whopping 547 yards, hole #9 takes the title as the longest par 5 on the course, posing a substantial challenge. With a length of only 145 yards, hole #5 earns the distinction as the shortest par 3 on the course. Rated as the most demanding, hole #2, a par 3, poses the greatest challenge on the course. Among all the holes, #11, a par 3, is acclaimed as the most accessible and least challenging on the course.
Discover a range of available rental services, encompassing pull carts and golf clubs. The practice area at the facility includes a seperate putting green. Food and beverage options include an on course snack bar.
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