Longview Golf Courses

Cherokee County Golf Association

3.5 stars out of 5 (based on 2 reviews)
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Lake Cherokee, about 20 miles outside of Longview, is a 12-mile-long private lake with over 100 miles of shoreline. Residents and stockholders have the lake’s recreational opportunities at their disposal, as well as the unique little 9-hole golf course designed in 1985 by Ed Stites.

NI33 Lake Cherokee
Longview, Texas 75603
Gregg County
9 Holes | Private golf course | Par: 35 | 2168 yards | ... details »

Longview Country Club

1 stars out of 5 (based on 1 reviews)
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The LCC has been criticized over the years for its frequent flooding and poor condition; however, the club is back on track due to a slow process of improvement that is making this flat, wide-open course more enjoyable to play.

3275 State Highway 42
Longview, Texas 75604
Gregg County
18 Holes | Public golf course | Par: 70 | 5840 yards | ... details »

Oak Forest Country Club

1 stars out of 5 (based on 1 reviews)
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Oak Forest is the perfect combination of traditional and links-style designs. Set in a valley with mostly flat terrain, the front nine features water on every hole, subtle mounding, narrow fairways, and a welcome lack of trees.

601 Tomlinson Pkwy
Longview, Texas 75605
Gregg County
18 Holes | Private golf course | Par: 72 | 6671 yards | ... details »

Pinecrest Country Club

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Pinecrest opened in 1921 as a 9-hole track with sand greens. One of the oldest courses in the state, it was updated in 1959 by Press Maxwell, making it a 6,400-yard par 70 layout. The design incorporates water five or six water hazards and mounding around the greens.

1 Club Dr
Longview, Texas 75602
Gregg County
18 Holes | Private golf course | Par: 70 | 6503 yards | ... details »

Wood Hollow Golf Club

4 stars out of 5 (based on 4 reviews)
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Some of the most memorable golf experiences don’t necessarily come from the ultra-expensive resort courses with perfect, pristine conditions and astronomical slope ratings. Often it’s the places like Wood Hollow, where the conditions are merely adequate but the wide-open fairways, large greens, and basic layout create the opportunities for career-low rounds.

5121 N McCann Rd
Longview, Texas 75605
Gregg County
18 Holes | Public golf course | Par: 70 | 6137 yards | ... details »