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Spring Creek Golf Course & Estates After several years of planning and fund raising, Seneca, KS now has a new 18-hole golf course around a 55-unit housing subdivision. Construction began July 2004 with the original seeding taken place in the Spring of 2005.

The Course 6,488 yards long, with rolling terrain, a creek running through it, three dams and three ponds. The course was designed by Chuck Ermisch, owner of Chuck Ermisch Golf Design, LLC of Shawnee, Kanasas, featuring 4 holes on the front nine with water hazards and the back nine featuring trees and narrow fairways.

Spring Creek Golf Course allows you to enjoy all the amenities of a professional grade course on our Par 71, public golf course. The course encourages outings and tournaments of all sizes and features 9-hole and 18-hole games, motorized cart rentals, a practice green, driving range, and snack shop. Join a men's or women's league or take advantage of professional lessons to take your game to the next level. Browse the expansive pro shop (men's & women's apparel) and get the equipment (club rental) and accessories you need to enjoy an afternoon game or lifetime of fun. Junior club rentals are available!


Admission: Weekends - $40 per person (includes cart)
Address: 1800 Spring Creek Drive
Phone: 785-336-3568
Our Website:www.springcreek-seneca.com

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