Hindman Golf Course is set to re-open on Thursday, September 12 at 7:00 a.m.,
following improvements to the greens, as well as the clubhouse and grounds.
The course closed in May so that the greens on the course could be converted from
Tif-Dwarf Bermuda to Champion Dwarf Bermuda.
“It has been more than 30 years since the greens at Hindman have been resurfaced,”
explained Truman Tolefree, Director of Little Rock Parks & Recreation. “Golfers will
experience a significant improvement in the putting quality and appearance with the
new Champion Dwarf greens.”
Champion is one of the most popular putting surfaces in the southern United States.
A number of courses in Central Arkansas have converted to Champion Dwarf
Bermuda, including Rebsamen Golf course.
The Hindman clubhouse, clubhouse grounds and parking lot also received a number
of improvements and repairs.
“We believe that these improvements will contribute to the overall enjoyment of our
golf patrons,” Tolefree continued. “We would like to thank the public for their
patience and understanding while these much needed improvements at Hindman
Golf Course were completed.”
For more information about the course, or to make a tee time, please call 565-6450 or