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: No denim, collared shirt and bermuda shorts required
Season: Open year round
USGA RULES GOVERN ALL PLAY
- Please observe 90° rule year round, no exceptions.
- OUT OF BOUNDS: Road on holes #7 and #9 are out of bounds, on or across. Fence on outside perimeter of course. Roads on 4,5,6,7 and 9. 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.