Diamondhead Golf & Country Club, located in a gated community outside of the historic resort city of Hot Springs, Arkansas, touts itself as a golf course built for golf fun. Designer Norman Henderson laid out the golf grounds in 1972 in a beautiful parkland setting about 13 miles southeast of Hot Springs and 30 miles from golf-rich Hot Springs Village. Diamondhead Golf & Country Club has stood the test of time and remains a delight to those who play it. In 2021 Diamondhead made its first appearance on Golf Advisor s list of the Top Courses in Arkansas. Carved through hilly woodlands, the layout challenges players of all skill levels with its elevation changes, narrow fairways, rough and falloffs beyond the groomed turf, and dogleg holes that bend at severe angles. Diamondhead Golf & Country Club demands wise course management and playing for positioning off the tee. A number of holes proceed uphill. Water enters the fray on a handful of tests with forced carries over ponds. The greens tilt from back to front but generally are very receptive and roll on the slow side. With its five sets of tee markers, the par-72 Diamondhead Golf & Country Club enables players to find a distance they can manage. You can take on the course from as short as 3,975 yards and as long as 6,621 yards. Chances are deer and other wildlife will frequent the golf grounds during your round. Practice facilities at Diamondhead Golf & Country Club include a driving range and chipping and putting areas. The clubhouse features a well-stocked golf shop and a bar & grill. You can toast your round and relax in fresh air as you bask in the tranquil setting. If you are in the vicinity of Hot Springs, make a tee time to play a welcoming round in beautiful surroundings at Diamondhead Golf & Country Club.