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13765 Southern Oaks Dr
Burleson, TX  76028-3269
United States
P: (817) 426-2400
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www.southernoaksgolf.com
Southern Oaks Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

71 par | 7,302 yards | 132 slope

75.0 rating


Southern Oaks Golf Course


The 18-hole "Southern Oaks" course at the Southern Oaks Golf Club facility in Burleson, Texas features 7,302 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71.The course rating is 75.0 and it has a slope rating of 132. Designed by Mark Brooks/Britt Logan, the Southern Oaks golf course opened in 1999. Chip Gist, PGA manages the course as the CEO.

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Reviewed August 18, 2012

Course is challenging but fun. I love the rolling hills. Lots of deep bunkers around greens. I look forward to playing agains soon I ve only been playing fo 2 months. The only problem I had was that the golf carts were not fully charged and I didn't get a chance to finish my round. Cart stopped on me on the 11th hole. I still love the course and will be back soon.

Reviewed September 01, 2011

I loved the layout but the fairways are terrible grass is dead and hard, understandable the heat wave going on but the fairways are going to die if they don't get some water. Greens are ok just hard and it's hard to keep the ball on green very fast.

Reviewed July 28, 2008

(2007) Huge dissappointment this year. I have been twice, once at the beginning of spring and once just after the rains.

At $50 a round this course should be in much better playing conditions, especially the greens. Not sure what is going on here, but the course seems to be struggling financially and the greens and some of the fairways are showing it. They have reduced staff and grounds crews.

For the money, this is not that great a course as the greens are just not up to snuff. Not sure what is giong on with them but they have complete bald spots on the edges and in the middle with no sand under, just mudd. I know the areated this past year because I was there to endure the conditions when they did it.

I have to rate this course at least a star lower and it is not one that I want to go play again, but probably will because it is one of the courses that we like since it is a links style course. I just hope I play it at a much lower fee, because it is not worth playing at the elevated fee it requires now.

Hopefully they will turn it around soon.


(2006 review)One of my Favorites

This course in a great course. Always in good repair, fairways, bunkers, greens, and tee boxes are in excellent shape. I drive easily 30 minutes to play this course, I think it is an excellent value for the level of maintainance they put into it. The greens are always good with hard to read slopes that make putting a challenge. This is also a long course that you can pull your driver out on almost every par 4 and 5. They only ones you might want to hit 3 wood or 4 iron off of are thetighter holes lines with trees. I think I have hit every tree out there at one time or another.

The practive area is nice with a putting green and seperate short game area, but you cannot get much more than a 40 yard shot to the practice green. Still, it does have bunkers and about every short shot you will face on the course right there.

I do not know how much membership is, but if I was closer this could easily become my home course. Recently they have been printing out the score cards, which I find a little frugal. I am not sure why they have decided to do this, I hope it is not a sign they are struggling. One of the things I love about this course besides it shape and layout is the fact that it is not over played. I have only had one slow game at this course as we were behind a tournament. We elected to re-play the front 9 and were able to sail through as the tournament players were all on the back 9.

I have had one bad experience here when they areated the greens. When we made our tee-time, the shop did not disclose to us that the greens were all under repair. This was a frustrating point for me as I would have avoided the course that day, or at least expected a big discount. So, at the normal times a course does this (Oct - Nov and Mar - April) you might want to ask before you book. The greens are all back to normal now.

Reviewed June 14, 2008

Reviewed October 21, 2007

Reviewed June 14, 2007

Needs maintenance

Good challange at the tips (7300+) yards and good forward tee placement for the beginners. Needs maintenance, grass should be grown in after 8 years..many bare areas in rough...many areas of rough were not even cut and 6 inches deep.

Reviewed July 30, 2006

Great Value

Fairways and greens in great shape despite brutal heat wave.

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  • Latest Scores
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Kyle H. 17 84 68 07/31/17
2 John M. 4 72 68 06/22/17
3 Scott M. N/A 68 68 04/06/11
4 michael T. 20 88 68 05/15/10
5 Kyle H. 17 86 69 09/26/17
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
5 Kyle H. 17 86 69 09/26/17
6 Kyle H. 17 86 69 09/12/17
1 Kyle H. 17 84 68 07/31/17
2 John M. 4 72 68 06/22/17
38 Kyle H. 17 92 75 05/22/17

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About Southern Oaks

Southern Oaks Golf Club

Community facility

35 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Chip Gist, PGA, CEO
Eddie Wilbanks, Golf Professional
Jorge Corda, Superintendent
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