The Hogan Park Golf Course is a thirtysix hole public facility operated as an enterprise fund under the Community Services Department. The original eighteen holes, now known as Quail Course, was built in 1959. Then, in 1980, nine more holes were added. In 1999, nine additional holes were built, completing the development of the available land at Hogan Park. These later eighteen holes are now known as the Roadrunner Course and offer the public a links style course much different than the Quail Course.
The Roadrunner Course is a links style layout with bermuda grass, tees, and fairways and bentgrass greens. The Quail Course is more traditional since it was constructed in 1959. It has bermuda grass tees, fairways, and greens. There are four sets of tees on each course: Roadrunner Course/Quail Course, Blue 6925/6595 yds., Red 6424/6310 yds., Gold 5875/5920 yds., White 5470/5770 yds., with slope ratings from 113 to 108.
Admission: Fee Range: $12.50 - $20.25
Hours: Hogan Park Golf Course is open year around.
Address: 3600 N. Fairgrounds Road
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