Golf, naturally speaking in Arkansas
Arkansas is an unsung state in the golf-rich southeast U.S. but has rich history in the sport and is abundant in natural splendor. Here you can play golf in pine forests and throughout scenic Ozark mountains with peaceful lakes. The capital city Little Rock, located on the Arkansas River, features a mix of notable public courses and stellar private clubs, led by the historic Country Club of Little Rock, while The Aloatin Club, west of the city, is regarded as the state’s most famous course. In Fayetteville, home of the University of Arkansas, Blessings Golf Club is a private club that hosts a prestigious NCAA tournament. While in Central Arkansas, Hot Springs is a notable golf capital with 171 golf holes scattered amongst nine facilities. The Natural State has great golf and scenic drives around every corner, and that goes for public golf, thanks to the Natural State Golf Trail and other key golf resorts and semi-private clubs. Golfers in the know, know Arkansas is a sleeper pick for a great golf getaway.
Mystic Creek Experience Stay & Play Package
EL DORADO, AR | Enjoy 2 nights' accommodations at The Haywood El Dorado, Tapestry Collection by Hilton and 2 rounds of golf at Mystic Creek Golf Club.