Since 1995, The Lakes of Taylor Golf Club has given the Taylor golf community the perfect place to satisfy all its needs. The Lakes of Taylor golf course, designed by renowned Arthur Hills, provides a great place to challenge yourself or learn the game, to spend a wonderful time outdoors with your family, or to have a unique dining out experience or banquet venue.
The Lakes of Taylor Golf Club is a par 72 championship course, and it spans a total of 7,028 yards from its longest tees. The course begins with the picturesque stadium hole, where golfers kick off from an elevated tee that plays between 435 and 332 total yards. What follows is a course that is both thought provoking and relaxing, perfect for challenging more experienced players along with helping rookies relax as they learn and
absorb this classic game of golf.
The Lakes of Taylor Golf Club has more to offer than a fantastic on-course experience. Our course also features all the top-tier amenities that have come to be expected at courses of this caliber. After your round, make sure to stop by The Lake House Grille, where you can unwind with a fantastic meal or drink of your choice. The Lake House Grille features a fantastic view, great food, and a country club atmosphere at a price you can afford.
We can’t wait to welcome you for a round at the Lakes of Taylor Golf Club!
The Lakes of Taylor invites you to take advantage of one of the best golf practice facilities by purchasing a 2019 Taylor Golf Range Membership! Also, check out our new Unlimited Twilight Golf Pass (*limited number available*). Read on...
Looking for a midday adventure on Sunday? The Lake House Grille at the Lakes of Taylor Golf Course will be open for Sunday brunch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. beginning on Sunday, November 4. It will offer a special menu to fit a wide range of tastes. Read on...
"When we design a course, we pay a lot of attention to who's going to play the course and how they're going to play it. While we like to make it challenging for the championship golfer, we recognize that most golf courses are not planning to have a National Championship on them. If a National Championship is the goal, this is how we'd start it..."