Bent Tree GC

 The Way Nature Intended. A Truly Authentic Golfing Experience.

Bent Tree Golf Club

Bent Tree Golf Club is a city-owned seasonal (March – November) public course managed by Jackson Golf Management Inc. It is a cherished gem for golf enthusiasts, welcoming players from March through November each year. Situated just 7.5 miles off the bustling I-40 highway, this public course offers an inviting escape into the world of golf.

The course’s par 72 layout stretches over 6,658 yards from the challenging black tees, making it suitable for golfers of all skill levels. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a novice, Bent Tree promises an engaging and rewarding golfing experience.

One of the defining features of Bent Tree Golf Course is its captivating topography. The layout is punctuated by rolling hills, lending an undulating and picturesque quality to the course. These hills provide not only scenic beauty but also strategic challenges that keep players on their toes.

A standout feature of Bent Tree is its meticulously maintained Mini-verde greens. These high-quality putting surfaces provide consistent roll and playability, ensuring that your short game skills are thoroughly tested and refined during your round.

What truly sets Bent Tree apart is the integration of natural wetlands into the course design. On a remarkable 13 out of the 18 holes, golfers will find themselves navigating around or across these pristine wetland areas. These wetlands not only contribute to the course’s aesthetic appeal but also pose a unique challenge, demanding strategic club selection and precise shot placement.

Among the standout holes at Bent Tree is the signature 14th hole, which has become a celebrated feature of the course. With its distinctive layout and intriguing challenges, it stands as a testament to the course’s commitment to providing memorable golfing experiences.

Clubhouse Hours

 (March – November)

Monday – Sunday  8:00am – 4:00pm

The clubhouse and course will be closed when the daily highs drop below 40* according to the Weather Channel