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2800 Lakewood Dr
Phenix City, AL  36867-2000
United States
P: (334) 291-4726
F: (334) 291-4851
Lakewood Course

18 hole regulation length course

Municipal golf course

72 par | 6,476 yards | 124 slope

70.1 rating | Bermuda grass

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Lakewood Golf Course

The 18-hole "Lakewood" course at the Lakewood Golf Course facility in Phenix City, Alabama features 6,476 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 70.1 and it has a slope rating of 124 on Bermuda grass. Designed by John LaFoy, ASGCA, the Lakewood golf course opened in 1962. Mike Barber manages the course as the General Manager.


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Reviewed May 08, 2023

Greens over run with weeds, Thin fairways, Traps are dirt.

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Reviewed January 08, 2011

I played this course on 1/7/11, and it was nothing like what I expected. Based on previous reviews, I expected to find a flat, boring course with several adjacent holes. Quite the contrary. Numerous elevation changes and greens that were lightning fast. A few holes paralleled each other on the back nine, but generally were separated by trees and a creek. I do not know who rated this course, but I felt it was much, MUCH more difficult than the 116 slope from the white tees. I am a 7 handicapper and I hacked out a 95 (my worst score in years). I will play it again when the weather is warmer. I recommend this track for those players who enjoy municipal golf at reasonable prices ($28 for 18 holes and a cart).

Reviewed August 02, 2010

I was disappointed in this course. The holes are so close together we needed to consult the map to confirm which green to shoot to. The fairways are too close together. Never heard "fore" so much. There is a creek winding through the entire course, and too much marshland, making nearly every hole a hazard. The 18th hole is broken up with 2 unplayable hazards right in the fairway, and one right in front of the green. I didn't have fun playing this course. It will be quite a while before I return.

Reviewed May 19, 2010

I played this course on 05/14/2010 while down in Phenix City Alabama for my wife's mother's family reunion and had one day to play golf. I found this course on Golf Link and tried it out. The cost for 18 holes with cart was $28.00, which was a shocker as the course was well maintained and in very good condition when I played. The staff was very friendly and got me going on an early Friday morning with no fuss at all. The course was mostly opened with enough difficulties to make the course a challenge with out making it necessary to be a PGA professional to play the course. I hate course that make the game so difficult for the average player, however this course was opened enough that when you had a bad shot you where only punished some and not just loosing another ball and stroke. I lost 3 balls on bad shots (water hazard and one I have no idea where it went) and I consider it a good game if I loose only 5 or less balls. I shot one of better rounds at 99 and had a great experience and a relaxing morning. Due to the heat that came on during the day I would recommend playing in the morning before the southern heat gets to you as I was finishing up at near mid-day I was glad to get into the AC.


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Chip C. 4 72 68 04/02/08
2 Ronald W. 11 80 69 09/15/07
3 Gerald G. 10 80 70 06/18/10
4 Eris C. 9 80 71 03/18/10
5 Steven M. 18 93 75 09/08/07
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About Lakewood

Lakewood Golf Course

Golf Only facility

30 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

Awards at Lakewood

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Course Staff

Mike Barber, General Manager