Oak Hurst at Peach Tree Golf Club
|Red (W)||72||5086 yards||69.0||118|
|Gold M: 72.3/126||506||340||187||378||205||529||370||381||442||3338||595||407||379||333||161||389||415||200||596||3475||6813|
|Blue M: 70.1/120||497||321||158||357||181||509||333||363||397||3116||555||364||359||325||151||372||397||187||544||3254||6370|
|White M: 67.5/114||450||294||128||331||169||480||293||342||381||2868||538||326||336||302||138||351||340||158||530||3019||5887|
|Red W: 69.0/118||418||263||110||291||135||415||274||296||338||2540||396||279||283||264||114||317||298||134||461||2546||5086|
Good cheap quick round
Peach tree golf club has two 18 hole courses, Oak Hurst and Peach Tree, Oak hurst is the higher maintained and more expensive, Peach Tree is the cheaper and not as well maintained. I play both courses about the same amount because Im a college student with not much money, if you want a challenge I would play peach tree because though its cheaper, its grass isnt as nice which makes it harder to play.
Pretty nice for the price.
Pretty nice course (being that it is public and not very expensive), its the main course I play because Im a college student and low on money and the other courses around Tyler are private and cost more. Peach tree golf club has two 18 hole courses (Peach tree and Oak hurst) and Oak Hurst this is the better/higher maintained (and more expensive) of the two. I practice at the driving range/putting green/chipping green about every other day (a bucket of balls is $5) It has my recomendation.
Good course for beginners
If you have problems keeping your ball in the fairway, this is your course. It's very wide open on many holes, and fairly flat. Overall it's a good course for the money, and the staff is great. If you want a more challenging course, then try Oakhurst.