About the Course

Leavenworth Golf Club is a fun and challenging 18-hole track, rich in history and character. Lake Oliver, named after club president J.V. Oliver in 1948, is one of two water hazards on this gently rolling, tree-lined course. Leavenworth Golf Club is also known for its interesting doglegs that challenge your course management and shot-making skills.

The golf course at Leavenworth Golf Club can be played repeatedly without losing interest. The course is playable for the amateur golfer while offering fun and interesting challenges. Key among those challenges is water that comes into play on a number of holes. But, with no long forced carries, the course remains very playable for all skill levels.

Warm up on the putting green before hitting the zoysia grass fairways and fast, true rolling greens. With three tee decks on every hole, the par-70 course ranges in distance from 4,916 to 5,925 yards.

Golf memberships, as well as public tee times, are available.

Course Slope and Rating
Tees Rating Slope Total Yards
Blue 69.5 120 5,925
White 67.9 117 5,580
Red 64.9 110 4,916