Indian Springs Country Club, The River Course opened for play in 1968. The course was designed by George Fazio. Indian Springs Country Club, The Windmill Course opened for play in 1972. The course was designed by Don Sechrest.
Indian Springs Country Club offers a quaint countryside setting located on 450 acres of natural rolling terrain. Their two courses meander along dense forest, traverse up, down and around bluffs carved by the Arkansas River and are generously endowed with numerous creeks, springs and ponds.
Windmill Course at Indian Springs Country Club:_______________
This course is designed to test accuracy, and the skill of your short game. It is a lovely course that menders along side some gorgeous homes and great landscapes for a relaxing day away from it all.
The Windmill Course tests your accuracy and iron play as it weaves through trees and the surrounding neighborhood. It is set up with 5 sets of tees that include 2 sets of tees set up by US Kids Golf standards for junior golf. It has played host to numerous High School and State Junior Tournaments over the years. Despite its benign scorecard appearance it routinely posts scores higher in the club championships than the River Course. From the back tees it plays to 6000 yards and a par 70.
River Course at Indian Springs Country Club:_______________
The river course is the longer, and some say, more challenging course. This course is designed to test every facet of your game, and every club in your golf bag.
The River Course offers 4 sets of tees to challenge golfers of all levels. This championship course gently rolls up and down the hills and through the trees of the valley surrounding the Arkansas River. It is a traditional layout featuring trees, native areas, streams, ponds, and bunkers. From the back tees it can stretch to a robust 6900 yards, and plays to a par 72.
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