Desert Peaks Golf Club
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The Desert Peaks Golf Club is a 9-hole golf course owned by The City of Madras and is open to the public year around, weather permitting. Desert Peaks Golf Club is located near the airport and the Industrial area of Madras. It features wide open spaces with beautiful visions of all the mountains. A family oriented course, it offers many challenges to all golfers. The 6312 yard course was rated in its first year of operation and plays to a 67.2/110 slope for men and 69.2/112 slope for women. Desert Peaks Golf Club is a member of the Oregon Golf Association and offers a handicap program and posting facilities at the pro shop. A Madras Men’s Golf Association has been formed and has regular meets during the week and on Sunday. The Madras Ladies Group meets weekly on Wednesday, beginning in April. Membership in each of these groups is available and welcome. Membership plans are available for local players, as well as reasonable green fees rates. Power carts are available, plus rental clubs and pull carts. The course added a new pro shop and club house in the fall of 2003. Later the putting green was added. Plans are underway to construct a driving range on the premises.
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