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6220 Har Ber Ave
Springdale, AR  72762-7837
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Brush Creek Course

9 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

36 par | 2,926 yards | 113 slope

35.5 rating | Bermuda grass

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Brush Creek Golf Course

The 9-hole "Brush Creek" course at the Brush Creek Golf Course facility in Springdale, Arkansas features 2,926 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 36. The course rating is 35.5 and it has a slope rating of 113 on Bermuda grass. Designed by Lonnie Taylor, the Brush Creek golf course opened in 1994. Lonnie Taylor manages the course as the Owner.


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Reviewed September 24, 2022

so today I was in siloam springs trying to play 9 holes and the golf course I had a tee time with was shut down for not paying taxes. so I called Brush creek and spoke with a gentleman who told told me he could get me in. so I drove about a half an hour to get there only to be told they couldn't get me in. the parking lot was totally empty and full of carts. they purposely wasted an hour of my time. I called and asked to speak to a manager and was hung up on. very unprofessional. they don't deserve your business.

Reviewed October 19, 2020

If you’re looking for an affordable golf course, then stop by for a round at Brush Creek. It’s $10 to walk 9 holes or $25 for a round of 18 with a cart.

This course is a bit more challenging than the average Par 3 course. It’s actually a 9-hole regulation course. On most of the holes there are no surprises, but there are a few holes that will challenge your abilities.

There are two Par 5 holes on this course - #2 is 462 yards from the white tee and #7 is 510 yards. Watch out for the blind shot on Hole #7 with a dogleg to the right. You’ll find two tees (a red and a white) to accommodate players of different skill levels.

Here’s a bit about the landscape and setting of the course. It’s situated in a mature residential neighbourhood, but it still feels open. You’ll find sparse trees throughout the course. The fairways are wide open, and it’s mostly flat, except for a few gently rolling hills.

There are a few problems with this course. The layout can be dangerous, because the fairways are not clearly separated. So, it’s possible to get hit with a ball. Also, the fairways could be in better shape. They’re much too long. The staff is unfriendly at times. There is no driving range at the course, and the clubhouse has no food and beverage amenities. So, you’ll want to bring along your own snacks.

Overall, Brush Creek is a slightly below average Par 3 course. It’s cheap and you don’t need a tee time during the week, so it’s a good option for a quick round before or after work. The fairways need improvement and it’s an easy course overall. Good for a quick practice round.

Good For Beginners Great Deal Quick Pace Walkable
Reviewed June 11, 2020

Worst golf course I've ever been to, I wouldn't even recommend my dog to take a dump here. It's cheap for a reason people.. cow pasture lookin fairways, you're constantly hearing "FORE" because there's a high chance you'll get smoked in the head by another persons ball. Sharing a fairway with another tee box at the other end of the course is dangerous, what a joke... and lastly the owner is the biggest cheap skate I've ever met in my life, he'll accuse you of only paying to play 9 when you paid to play 18. Poor communication with the staff on what you did pay for at the beginning.

Reviewed June 11, 2020

Worst golf course in NWA hands down. All the fairways run into each other so you are liable to get hit but also the owner is not so friendly. There is certainly a reason why this is $25 to play 18. Spend your money wisely and just go play somewhere else for $10 more. You will have a much better time and also not have to worry about going to the hospital. Last but certainly not least the players here take forever so be prepared to wait in line at the first tee box for at least an hour.

Reviewed May 25, 2015

This is not a good golf course. However, its not a bad either. there was probably only 2 or three enjoyable holes. The course was not very good looking, and wasn't that long either. However, it was a fun little course. You don't expect much from it, and you don't pay much either, like 20 bucks at the most actually less than that. So if you just want to go out and have a good time with some friends on the golf course this is an ok place to be.

Reviewed September 26, 2014

played my first round of golf ever on this course. I found it to be amazing. I will most definitely be coming back again and again and again. the people I met were very nice. even met a guy on the 8th hole named tony that helped me with my overall game.

Reviewed August 22, 2010


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Jacob Y. N/A 40 40 08/31/10
2 Duane R. N/A 49 49 08/09/13
3 Tony L. N/A 49 49 06/03/08
4 Aaron A. N/A 51 51 04/06/08
5 Dan C. N/A 62 62 08/05/08
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About Brush Creek

Brush Creek Golf Course

Golf Only facility

9 regulation holes

Awards at Brush Creek

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Tournaments of Brush Creek

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Course Staff

Lonnie Taylor, Owner
Justin Pianalto, Superintendent

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