The Oak Hurst Course at Peach Tree Golf Club

The Oak Hurst Golf Course is located off of  Highway 69 between Tyler, Texas and Jacksonville, Texas. The Peach Tree Golf Club began in 1984, as an executive length, beginner friendly, 9 hole course favored by seniors, juniors, and those that are new to the game of golf.  The Peach Tree course later expanded to 18 holes, and then to 36 holes in 1993 with the opening of the Oak Hurst course.  Peach Tree Golf Club reduced back to 18 holes with the closing of the Peach Tree course in 2018 to concentrate on the better quality, more popular Oak Hurst course.

The Oak Hurst course was designed by famed golf course designer, Carlton Gipson. Gipson has designed many great golf courses throughout the country.  Mr. Gipson has designed the Oak Hurst course to appeal and challenge all levels of golfers.  Oak Hurst has 5 sets of teeing areas so the golfer can pick the length of course that best fits them.  The Oak Hurst course was featured in the Dallas Morning News article "Diamonds in the Rough", which spotlighted great golf courses around the state of Texas that are not in metropolitan areas. Oak Hurst has also been awarded "Best Public Golf Course" by the readers of B-Scene magazine and the voters of Locals Love  Our driving range and practice areas were voted "Best Driving Range" by the readers of The Tyler Morning Telegraph.

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