Centennial Park Golf Course opened for play in 2009. The course was designed by Timothy P. Nugent.
A truly remarkable wasteland reuse project, The Centennial Park Golf Course provides an economical, high quality, family golfing experience, while addressing the need for a alternative to the five-hour golf round.
Centennial Park Golf Course is a links style course which overlooks Lakewood Park. This 9-hole, Par 36, 3,300 regulation golf course and practice facility offers four different sets of tee boxes, (red, white, blue, and black), with yardage ranging from 2,400 to 3,300 yards. The playing surfaces consist of bent grass tees, greens and fairways. The primary rough is blue grass and keeping with the true links style, the secondary rough is tall fescue. While this course is not a long course by today's standards, the Golf Course will definitely challenge all levels of players.
The Centennial Park Practice Facility boasts a huge 300-plus yard, double ended range. We have available 35 grass tees, and 15 all weather tees for inclument weather. This range has five bent grass target greens with simulated bunkers. The south end is an all grass group with private lesson tees for those in need of instructional assistance. Adjacent to the first tee, is a huge 15,000 foot practice putting green.
Centennial Park Golf Course plays to a maximum 9-hole distance of 3,300 yards and plays to a 9-hole a par of 37.
(cart included), played on Friday, January 2014 at 6am
You will find out how your game really is , this course will not let you get away with garbage shots , you better bring your "A" game or a lot of balls, great bang for the buck
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