Club Wyndham Resort at Fairfield Bay
About Club Wyndham Resort at Fairfield BayClub Wyndham Resort at Fairfield Bay features one- and two-bedroom timeshare condominium units and vacation rentals near the Indian Hills Golf Resort on the northern side of Greers Ferry Lake. Units range in size from 591 square feet to 1,525 square feet. Some feature whirfpool tubs and private balconies. The resort is not on the lake but is a short drive away where there is a beach and marina available for use. Additional activities here include mini golf, outdoor pool, shuffleboard, horseshoes and more. Club Wyndham is located two hours from Little Rock and minutes from the Ozark National Forests and Blanchard Springs Caverns.
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Nature is all around
A big chip over a natural ravine for a par-3 at 17 which is great at sundown around 4:30 in November. There was water to hit over on a few holes. Enough sand traps to require strategy. A large cave accessible by golf cart. Newly implemented driving range. Course condition was extremely fair. The greens calling for attention were getting the necessary maintenance soon. Perfect for all skill levels.
Nice Dy Bad Conditions
Course conditions have deteriorated at Indian Hills - not sure why. In the past, it has been great. Go play Mountain Ranch!
All great except conditions - get what you pay for
Staff was great. Price was great. Only saw a couple other groups. Course just wasn't maintained all that well. Several tee boxes had just been re-sodded and were very wet and uneven. Greens were about as slow as I've ever played on. Fairways and rough were decent. But what can you expect when you're paying $55 for two players to ride 18 holes. In that regard, it was good value. There were a few memorable, scenic holes.
This is a great course for the average player. Pretty straight forward, great greens, some ground under repair in a couple of fairways, but overall a great course. The staff at the Pro Shop was extremely nice and helpful. Told us about everything going on with the course, and that part of the construction taking place was to build a driving range. And even told us about the Indian cave on hole 9, which was very interesting to see. Will definitely play this course again when I'm in Fairfield Bay, AR!
Good golf course for the money
Some of the greens have bad sections on them. Course is still fun to play for the cost. Very friendly staff. Always enjoy my play there.
Course was wide open, played as a single. Waited briefly on a foursome in front of me, they allowed me to play through, and it was clear sailing from there on. The course is challenging from the blue and white tees, you have to think your way around. Greens were in good condition, no pitch marks, unlike northern courses. They're in the process of making some improvements to the course to make a bit more player friendly, a driving range is in the works as is an indoor simulator in the future. Staff and members are pleasant and friendly, you can grab a bite and drinks at the Little Red Restaurant next to the clubhouse. I vacation here often and play the course 6-12 rounds a year.
The course was in good shape considering the recent rain. The greens were pretty difficult as none of them were flat although they were pretty large. The gold carts were new and very nice. The Indian caves on hole 9 were a must see.
Rory and staff are great. No problems. More than accommodating us. Can’t wait to play there again.
Good course. Challenging and tight is some spots. Lost a few balls but will come back
Tight course, but always fun
Rory is a great addition to this course. The course, for late winter, is in really good shape. There is a couple tee boxes that could be addressed, but over all the course is in great shape. Pace of play is always steady. Our group plays here 2-3 times a month year around and it’s roughly a 40-45 minute drive. Well worth the drive.
fun course, good layout. It was not nearly as tight as the reviews that I had read and people had told me that it was going to be. you do have to keep your ball in the Fairway or carry lots of balls but it is a fairly short track so it's no big deal. Just leave your driver put up and play a 3-wood or two hybrid. the conditions were good for winter golf considering it was January oh, the greens were a little hard to get along with, very long and Shaggy, like putting through a shag carpet but otherwise it was great. Will definitely go back and play during the golf season when all the grasses come back to life
Not too bad overall... corse was not particularly busy..it took a half hour to get a cart, other than a few greens in poor condition and a group of 8 on one hole when we came thru on #12
It was pretty noce
Beautiful Golf Course but poor shape
This golf course in the past has been awesome but this time (August 2020) the conditions are poor - greens were mostly in very bad condition, fairways had lots of weeds and bare spots and the rough had lots of weeds. However, the course layout is spectacular!
Great golf course
Me and my husband love this course and the people that run it are always very friendly!