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34 Cypress Creek Dr
Cabot, AR  72023-8196
United States
P: (501) 605-8000
Mountain Springs Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 7,051 yards | 130 slope

73.8 rating | Zoysia grass

Recommend this course: +0 -0

Mountain Springs Golf Course Description

The 18-hole "Mountain Springs" course at the Cypress Creek At Greystone facility in Cabot, Arkansas features 7,051 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 73.8 and it has a slope rating of 130 on Zoysia grass. Designed by Kevin Tucker, the Mountain Springs golf course opened in 1995. Ricky Self manages the course as the General Manager.

Course Reviews

This course is great. I'm a member at a pretty quality course so I was not expecting this to compare. It did. It was fun, very challenging, but not overwhelming. fairways were in great shape and spongy. so the ball played very easily off of it. Beyond beautiful course. great look and feel, and then nature's beauty was captured. not to tight, but not wide open either. the only knock on the course for me was the greens and the rough. the greens were in incredible shape, however were very very fast. This isn't normally a problem, but the hilly and mountainous terrain greatly influenced the break of the greens to the point that the combination of the speed and the enormous and undetectable breaks were too difficult to enjoy. I think if you play it enough wont actually be an issue and you will be able to enjoy the greens. The rough however was too long. Ball would literally disappear if you were off the fairway by less than a foot. for the average golfer and hacker it was not friendly. Finding a ball came out of pure luck. Course is beautiful and fun and great quality golf. However you can't handle the increased difficulty in putting with the speed and difficult breaks and can't find the fairway, maybe only play her occasionally, because it will be an uphill battle; literally and figuratively. the course is hilly.

I live out of town & last played here 07/07/11. I have played the course several times in years past when it was public. For now, the course is member only. I hear the course is up for auction in August 2011, so who knows what will happen after that. The only reason I got to play here this date was my wife had bought me a Christmas gift certificate that I hadn't used yet & they honored it. The course was in great shape. It will be a terrible injustice if this course closes for some reason. The bent grass greens died a few years back & were replaced with hybrid bermudas that were fantastic. I love the course layout. As with any course there are harder & easier holes. Make your score on the easier holes & survive the harder ones. The staff in the pro shop & snack area were very nice. Bottom line, yes I would come back to play here.

Course was in very good condition even considering the time of year and the amount of rain they've had over the past 2 weeks. The fairways were almost flawless and the greens were in early summer form. I was actually pleasantly suprised. Worth $40, but they can get a little price during summer weekend times. For now, it plays well, so we'll see what summer brings. Cypress Creek, the sister course, is still a dump from what I was told by someone who played a few weeks earlier, so beware!!!!

I played here this weekend on a saturday morning and to my suprise there were only about 10 cars in the parking lot total . After teeing off and getting to the green on the first hole i seen why . The greens were in terrible shape . I still can't beleive they never told us how bad of shape the greens were in before we paid 50 bucks to play this course . The rough had not been mowed in a while and there were so many rocks around the cart paths . The fairways were very nice . The rought again was terrible . Even around the greens you couldn't find your ball until you stepped on it accidently. Staff was freindly but should have told us about the conditions before we paid and played . I will not be back to this course . I can go just about anywhere and spend 50 dollars and have a lot better time.

This is a beautiful course, as far as the scenery and layout goes. The greens could use a major overhaul, but overall the course was very nice.

The course is hilly and in good condition. It is very much a placement course and it has a lot of water. The 18th hole has a water fall while the 16th has an island green.

Course maintance was a disgrace. It appears the only maintance is basic mowing. Many of the sand traps were unplayable as they not only had not been raked in a long time, some even had "crud" growing in them. Tee boxes appeared to have not been watered. It was an effort just to get tees in ground. was highly disappointed in course. I WON'T BE BACK !!!


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  • Overall
  • Latest Scores
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Tim F. 9 80 71 06/15/07
2 scott G. 1 74 73 07/10/10
3 Conley H. 4 79 75 06/16/07
4 Todd J. 24 100 76 07/23/08
5 Tim F. 9 87 78 06/14/07
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
8 F R. N/A 89 89 08/28/10
2 scott G. 1 74 73 07/10/10
9 wesley H. N/A 101 101 07/02/10
7 James N. 9 97 88 09/07/08
4 Todd J. 24 100 76 07/23/08

Golf Course Information

About Cypress Creek At Greystone, Mountain Springs

Cypress Creek At Greystone

Community facility

35 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

Awards at Cypress Creek At Greystone, Mountain Springs

No recent major awards have been noted.

Tournaments of Cypress Creek At Greystone, Mountain Springs

No local tournaments listed for this course.

Course Staff

Ricky Self, General Manager
Tommy Rutherford, Golf Professional

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