Big Creek Golf and Country Club is a proud multi-year winner of Golf Digest's Places To Play coveted five-star award. Big Creek, opened in 2000 as the centerpiece of an expansive golf course community, was designed by Thomas Clark with Ault, Clark and Associates, and has been ranked #1 public course in Arkansas multiple years by Golfweek and by readers of the Arkansas Business magazine. The course is renowned for its Zoysia fairways, bent grass greens, and top quality conditioning. Big Creek is Arkansas’s site for the 2022 USGA US Junior Am and US Junior Girls Am, as well as many other local and state tournaments.
Golfweek 2022 - Big Creek was selected #3 by Golfweek magazine in their "Best Golf Course You Can Play in Each State" list.
Golfweek 2021 - Big Creek was selected #3 by Golfweek magazine in their "Best Golf Course You Can Play in Each State" list.
Golfweek 2020 - Big Creek was selected #5 by Golfweek magazine in their "Best Golf Courses You Can Play in Each State" list.
Golfweek 2017 - Big Creek was selected #2 by Golfweek magazine in their "Best Golf Courses You Can Play In Each State" list.
In June 2017 Big Creek was selected by Culture Trip as the best public golf course in Arkansas as part of their story "The Best Golf Course to Play in Every State."
Offering resort and twilight rates, Big Creek is an affordable golfing option for visitors to the Twin Lakes area.
Big Creek is a premier golf course community located in Mountain Home, Arkansas. We are surrounded by nationally-recognized fishing and hunting areas including Lake Norfork, Bull Shoals Lake, and the White and Norfork Rivers. The Buffalo National River (America's First National River) flows nearby and also offers a wealth of boating and hiking options. Many of our new residents choose to retire or relocate here after they have come for a visit, either to friends or relatives, or on their own.
USGA Qualifiers Hosted:
2022 USGA US Junior Amateur Championship2022 USGA US Girls Junior Championship
2018 USGA US Amateur
2016 USGA US Senior Men's Amateur and Senior Women's Amateur
2012 USGA Mid-Amateur
2011 USGA Senior Amateur (Won by Louis Lee of Heber Springs, AR, who went on to win the National Championship that year.)
2011 USGA Senior Women's Amateur
2010 USGA US Amateur
Arkansas State Golf Association (ASGA) Championships Hosted:
2022 ASGA Arkansas Junior Amateur Championship
2011 Governor's Cup (Arkansas vs. Mississippi)
2009 ASGA Men's Match Play
2007 ASGA Men's Senior Stroke Play
2007 ASGA Mid-Amateur / Public Links
2004 ASGA Men's Stroke Play
2004 ASGA Men's Senior Match Play
2002 ASGA Men's Senior 4-Ball
Other / Arkansas State High School Championships
2020 Arkansas State High School Boys and Girls 5A
2015 Arkansas State High School Girls 6A
2013 Arkansas State High School Boys 6A
2011 Arkansas State High School Girls 6A
2010 Arkansas State High School Boys 6A
2006 Arkansas State High School Boys 6A
2006 Ozark Junior Challenge (Ark./Kansas/Mo./Okla.)