Rebsamen Championship Golf Course, not your average public golf course, can play up to 7033 yards. It has bunkers, mounding, and multi-level greens that can challenge the best players when set up for tournament play. A beautiful layout along the Arkansas River with many trees, foliage, abundant wildlife including; eagles, deer, foxes, waterfowl, and birds of all kind. A real treat!
The course starts easily with this shorter hole going back towards the river. The fairway moves slightly left to right to a two-level, well-bunkered green.
A snakey par five that curves left to right. This hole ends in a two-level green guarded by large bunkers.
It’s a wake-up call on par three; a great hole from any tee. With a lake on the right side, plus bunkers and several mounds. This hole is made for an accurate tee shot. The sloped green is very deceptive on all putts.
The longest par four on the course, it often plays into the wind. A large green with a lake on the left and soft slope in front means you must carry the putting surface.
A hard hole to get a line on for the shot. It appears to be an easy hole; but well-placed bunkers, mounds, and dips around the green make it all a challenge.
This short hole heads straight back towards the river. There is a big fairway bunker, a large tree by the green, and green side bunkers. There’s a chance to score par, but a birdie is touchy.
A par three right along the Arkansas River bank, with hidden pot bunker mounds and the river make for a tricky shot.
Running right along the Arkansas River, this par five has mounds on the left, and a big tree on the right framing the tee shot. Trees overhanging the right force a second shot toward fairway bunkers on the left with a slender, well-bunkered green on the third shot.
This hole plays straight back to the clubhouse. The green is guarded on the front two thirds by a lake. The proper club selection is a must to reach the green and stay dry.
The start of the back nine is a great hole with trees down the right that can block the second shot into the well-bunkered, sloping green. Often plays into the wind.
It may play as the longest par four on the course. No bunkers until you get to the green. Mounds and swells around the green and playing against the wind make for difficult pitching.
A par five teeing off over a lake to a fairway that moves to the right. Bunkers on the fairway left make you move right, where the ball can go into the trees. The small green is guarded by a lakefront and left bunkers form close to the green. the Arkansas River catches many shots too long over the green.
A signature hole, plays alongside the Arkansas River toward the downtown Little Rock skyline. Beautiful! A precise tee shot is needed here. The green sits near the Arkansas River bank and is two-tiered, with the downtown Little Rock skyline as a backdrop.
The longest par three, this hole is even with no bunkers plays tough. With a very large green, par is good score.
This long par five can play six hundred yards. A tree on the left and mounds on the right guard the tee shot area. A bunker well short of the green catches a lot of shots. The green has several levels. Get your yardage here!
With plenty of bunker mounds and several slopes, this is a tight tee shot that is beautiful to look at.
A driveable par four with bunkers along fairway left, a lake on the right narrows the landing area. Again, bunkers and multi-level green await the second shot.
A great finishing hole on any gold course! A right to left tee shot is needed for this dog-leg hole. A bunker at dog-leg left and a bunker through the fairway guard the tee shot area. Then, the second shot to a green cuts into the hill with lake guarding the green area that wraps around the lake. Bunker on the right side has you hitting back to the lake.