Featured Iowa Golf Courses
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The Harvester Tournament Course is a high-end public, daily-fee golf course where golfers are welcomed with quality service and spectacular golf. The layout of the course will challenge the best golfers in the world (7,340 yards from the professional tees), but is playable enough for the average golfer to enjoy.
There was no architect more suited to craft TPC Deere Run's golf course than designer and PGA TOUR player, D.A. Weibring. As an Illinois
native and three-time champion of the Quad Cities Classic, Weibring knew exactly how to bring out the best of the picturesque Mid-Mississippi River Valley landscape while staying true to the TOUR's standards and traditions.
Amana Colonies Golf Club opened for play in 1989, and has been masterfully
designed to preserve the natural features of the land. Our 18-hole championship
golf course winds through 500 acres of stately white oak trees and forests.
The Preserve on Rathbun Lake is part of a nearly 800 acre State Park created
by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources - Honey Creek Resort State
Park. The golf course encompasses approximately 200 acres and rolls through
native prairie and natural terrains indigenous to the southern Iowa landscape.
Briggs Woods provides a challenge for all levels of players. With four tee choices, you can play the course from 4,814 yards all the way to 6,502 yards. The back nine features four holes that can leave you shaking your head. The course has great natural beauty with many trees, elevation changes, and several water hazards.
The Tournament Club of Iowa is a premier public golf course and residential community. Golf is available for daily fee play and open for limited private and corporate golf outings.
The Tournament Club of Iowa is an Arnold Palmer Signature Course. The course is challenging, yet appealing to a wide cross-section of golfers. The course winds through hills, dramatic bluffs and timberland surrounding beautiful Big Creek and two major lakes.
The Falls Grand Falls Casino & Golf Resort was designed by the legendary Rees Jones, a designer of championship golf courses worldwide. Jones adds this breathtaking 18-hole design to his list of more than 100 courses. Jones' courses have hosted 15 major championships, five Ryder Cups, two Walker Cups and one Presidents Cup. Spanning over 7,100 yards, Grand Falls' world-class golf course offers panoramic views of the pastoral countryside and includes a 30-foot waterfall that flows into a 12-acre lake, resulting in a memorable golfing experience for golfers of every ability level. Complementing this awesome golf course is a full-service Golf Shop,culinary delights, luxurious hotel rooms, top-notch live entertainment, a relaxing spa and one-of-a-kind shopping. Simply stated, there is nothing else like it in the tri-state region.
Fox Ridge Golf Club is a premier 18 hole public golf facility located 10 minutes west of Cedar Falls in Dike, IA. The front nine was built in 1998 along with the 11,000 square foot club house and the back nine was opened for play in 2001. Fox Ridge plays over 6800 yards with a 72.6 rating and 124 slope from the longest set of tees. With four sets of tees to choose from, Fox Ridge provides an enjoyable golf experience for all skill levels.
The golf course at Riverside Casino & Golf Resort will make any golfer feel like a champion. After all, it was designed by Rees Jones, a designer of championship golf courses. Jones adds this outstanding 18-hole course to his list of more than 100 courses, including seven U.S. Open venues, five PGA courses and three Ryder Cup sites. Spanning over 7,400 yards, Riverside's world-class golf course offers players breathtaking vistas overlooking two rivers, man-made lakes and diverse terrain. It all adds up to a one-of-a-kind golfing experience for beginners and pros alike. Complementing this awesome golf course is a full-service golf clubhouse, a pro shop, and teaching and practice facilities.
Finkbine Golf Course is the University of Iowa Athletics Department championship golf course and is home to the Men's and Women's Collegiate Teams. Named for W.O. Finkbine, who donated the land to The University of Iowa, this scenic par-72 golf course stretches over 7,200 yards of rolling Iowa terrain. The course has hosted several NCAA events, USGA qualifiers and the Iowa Golf Association's 2013 Match Play, 2014 State Men's Amateur, and 2016 Women's Amateur.
The Falls Grand Falls Casino & Golf Resort was designed by the legendary Rees Jones, a designer of championship golf courses worldwide. Spanning over 7,100 yards, Grand Falls' world-class golf course offers panoramic views of the pastoral countryside and includes a 30-foot waterfall that flows into a 12-acre lake, resulting in a memorable golfing experience for golfers of every ability level.