Saturday, August 28, 2010

Prairie Creek Country Club - Northwest Arkansas favorite golf course

Long one of northwest Arkansas's favorite layouts, Prairie Creek Country Club offers 18 of the most challenging holes of golf that you can find.  It is located just outside the city limits of Rogers, Arkansas near Beaver Lake and Oak Ridge Estates.


Prairie Creek Country Club was built in 1968. It has matured into a very tight, challenging course with lots of beautiful but challenging trees. Length is important, but accuracy is essential.

The rolling landscape offers hills and valleys that are breathtaking. Deer are a common sight on the fairways.


Prairie Creek Country Club

1585 Rountree Drive
Rogers, Arkansas 72757


There is a modest $250.00 initiation fee.


·         Founded in 1968

·         Open to the Public

·         Par 72

·         Bent grass greens

·         Bermuda fairways

·         90° rule for golf carts

·         Walking allowed

·         Yardage - Slope   - USGA Rating
Blue    6725    135     73.1
White   6574    132     71.7
Yellow  6220    120     68.1
Red     5921    124     72.8

·         A challenging Joe Sanders design cut through the scenic Ozark mountains, Prairie Creek Country Club rewards long, accurate hitters and expert putters. The upper nine runs along the top of a hill, the bottom nine is in a valley where the wind always seems to be in your face. Though not the longest course around, its slope and USGA ratings testify to its inherent toughness.


Prairie Creek Country Club was listed in Golf Digest's America's Best Places You Can Play. It was listed as the 4th best public course in Arkansas.

USA Today asked Golf Digest to recommend its picks for public-access courses that can be played for under $50.00 in each state. Prairie Creek Country Club was the course choice for Arkansas.


·         Golf Digest gave Prairie Creek Country Club a * * * 1/2 star rating.

·         The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reviewed Prairie Creek Country Club and named it the 9th best public course in Arkansas.

Don Rountree, Course Professional

Bobby Rountree, Course Superintendent

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