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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Is Diamond Oaks a private golf club?
A. Yes, the club is only available to members and their guests.


Q. Is walking allowed by the members or are carts required?
A. Walking is allowed and many of our members choose to walk as it is an easy course to walk. We also allow members to utilize their own push carts.


Q. Are any reciprocal privileges afforded to the members?
A. No

Q. What is the slope and rating of the course?

Tees

Slope

Rating

Championship (Black)73.8129
Back (Blue)71.7120
Middle (White)69.3118
Green (Green)67.0113
Forward (Red)70.1117

Q. Are members allowed to bring guests?
A. Yes, there is a guest fee policy in place.


Q. Who designed the golf course?
A. Charles Akey designed the golf course in 1961


Q.Does Diamond Oaks have a driving range?
A. Yes, it consists of a driving range with grass hitting area and mat area, target greens, short game area and practice putting green.


Q. Is golf instruction offered?
A. Yes, our club professionals offer both group and private instruction.


Q. What is the average pace of play for an 18 hole round at Diamond Oaks?
A. Our rounds average 3:50.


Q. Do I need a tee time to get on the course?
A. One of the things our members love is that they can almost always show up to the course and get out to play. Tee times are required for weekend mornings and holidays.


Q. Does Diamond Oaks Country Club allow fivesomes?
A. Yes, as long as they keep up the pace.


Q. Do you allow non-members to host banquets such as weddings, parties or social and civic meetings?
A. Yes, non-members do not need to be sponsored to host an event at Diamond Oaks.


Q. Do you allow non-members to host golf outings?
A. Yes, both members and non-members are invited to host golf outings at Diamond Oaks.


Q. What days of the week are available to outside outings?
A. Mondays only.


Q. What kind of grass is used on the greens?
A. Champion Bermuda grass, which provides the most consistent playing surface throughout the year.


Q. How many acres is the golf course built on?
A. 148 acres


Q. Does Diamond Oaks require any minimums or assessments?
A. No, there are no minimums or assessments.