Pleasanton Country Club is an 18-hole, regulation-length golf course in Pleasanton, Texas. This medium-length layout has three sets of tee boxes for a fun, but challenging golfing experience. Featuring 6,529 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72, Pleasanton Country Club’s rating is 71.5 and it has a slope rating of 120. Designed by Steve Mrak, the golf course opened in 1968. A flat course, Pleasanton Country Club is easy to walk. The greens are large, and the fairways are tree-lined. There are several large oak trees that can affect your shots, and water comes into play on five holes.
Greens: Tiffdwarf/Emerald Bermuda
Fairways: 419 Bermuda
Course Type: Semi-private
Dress Code: Casual Golf Attire (No Cutoff Shirts, No Muscle Shirts, No Boots)
Season: Open all year – 7 days a week
USGA RULES GOVERN ALL PLAY
- Please observe 90° rule year round, no exceptions.
- OUT OF BOUNDS: Fence on outside perimeter of course. Out of bounds on #1 is across the road, beyond white pipes and inside the fence of house. Out of bounds on #10 is across fence, or accross water anywhere in #18 fairway on the right. Out of bounds on #18 are the white stakes with cable and cart path all the way up to putting green.
- WATER HAZARDS: Drop ball behind point of entry – penalty one stroke.
- OBSTRUCTIONS: Sheds, sprinkler heads, hoses, markers, benches, bridges, ball washers, casual water or mud-free drop.
- TELEPHONE WIRES: Ball striking telephone lines must be replayed, no penalty. Ball striking telephone pole, plays like a tree.