Mariah Hills has about everything a golfer needs from a bright and spacious clubhouse to a professionally manicured course. Rolling bluegrass fairways and bent grass greens set against the native beauty of the high plains provide a fun yet challenging experience.
The signature hole is number four, a 465-yard, par 4, requiring golfers to hit two well-struck shots in order to reach the green in regulation. A water hazard (pond) comes into play on several holes.
Larry Flatt redesigned the course in 1990. Green fees are good for an all-day play, but there are discounted twilight rates offered through the pro shop during the late afternoons. A new clubhouse opened in 1997.
18 holes built in 1974
Designed by Frank Hummel Greens
Bent grass fairways
Dress code - Shirt and shoes required
Season – Open all year
Dodge City Country Club
This demanding course is excellent for all skill levels of golfer. The small greens are fast. The course's signature hole is #17, a 148-yard, par 3, requiring a tee shot to a green framed by large trees. Donald Sechrest designed the back nine, which was added in 1982.