Cedar Hills Golf Course
Cedar Hills Golf Course, located at 1344 Quivira Road, just 3 1/2 miles south of Washington on K-15, offers a nine-hole golf course with a total of 3,200 yards from the back tees. The front tees for the men are 2,736 yards and 2,413 yards for the women. There are two par five holes, four par four holes and three par three holes. Hole number seven is a par three crossing a pond.
The greens were converted to bent grass in 1978. The fairways and tee boxes are blue grass. In the winter of 1998, a new irrigation system was installed which provided an automatic watering system for the tee boxes, fairways and greens.
2015 Board Members
Dave Savage, President; Russ Slater, Vice-President; Mark Chapin, Secretary; Scott Sawin, Treasurer; Paul Monty, Andy Goeckel, Nick Rohr, Kevin Beikmann, Lonnie Hattesohl.
Memberships, green fees and cart-shed rentals are as follows:
Memberships can be divided into two equal payments, payable April 1st and August 1st)
Memberships -- $460 (Sales Tax Included)
1st Time Member - $230
Student Memberships -- $210 (Sales Tax Included)
Shed Rent (Electric) -- $180
Shed Rent (Gas) -- $130
Trail Fee -- $10
Driving Range -- $60 (Members Only)
Green Fees (Weekdays) -- $15
Green Fees (Weekends & Holidays) -- $20
Green Fees (Overnight Guest of Member) -- $14
Cart Rental - 9 holes - $10
Cart Rental - 18 holes - $20
The board will continue the two membership programs for new members and new golfers for the 2015 season.
The first, a non-golfer membership, is designed to get a person or family to try the game of golf for one year. The program works on a buddy system. The member may invite a non-golfer to become a member of Cedar Hills Golf Course for one year with no membership fee. The only requirement is that the person accepting the membership must play a minimum of 10 times during the golf season, and five of those times must be played with the host member. It is the member’s obligation to show the non-golfer the course, rules of the game, etiquette on the course, the basic golf swing and introduce them to other members of the club.
The second program will be directed to the non-member golfer. Cedar Hills will offer a half price membership, $230.00, for the first year only, to people who have never been a member of Cedar Hills Golf Course.
Ryan Huckett is manager of the clubhouse. Hours of operation beginning March 30th are Monday-Sunday 8am-8pm. Hours will be posted at the clubhouse for other months.
Food and beverages are available at the clubhouse. The law does not permit alcoholic beverages to be carried on the course; they must be purchased at the clubhouse!
The clubhouse is available for other functions. To schedule an event phone 785/325-2424.
Cart rental is available at the clubhouse. Cost is $10 per nine holes or $20 per 18 holes.
Driving Range and Practice Green
Range balls are available at the clubhouse for the driving range. Memberships to the driving range are $60, or bags of 25 balls are $2.50.
GHIN handicaps are available to members. Women wanting a GHIN handicap should contact Rigs Brabec at 785/325-2415, cost is $12. Men wanting a GHIN handicap should contact Don Imhoff, cost is $20.
It has moved back to FRIDAY nights, starting at 5:45 pm. First night is May 10th.
Men's League is held on Wednesday nights. League play starts at 5:30 p.m. League play on Wednesday nights is limited to the first 24 teams that sign up. All the rest must play earlier in the day, so sign up early!
Ladies' league is held on Thursday nights. Cost for League night is $40.00. If weather prevents golf, there will still be a meeting and a meal at 6pm. Ladies' officers include Tina Savage, President; Amy Hoover, Vice President; Deby Savage, Secretary; Jennifer Dague, Treasurer.
More information on Ladies League and ladies' leage schedules can be found here.
The ladies' golf newsletter can be found HERE.