Call 501-350-0227

Ponce De Leon Area

Ponce de Leon Golf Course is known by resident golfers as the “long and hilly.” The par-72 course opened in 1989 and measures back tees at 6,946 yards with the forward tees in at 5,273 yards. Ranked 3rd in the top ten Arkansas courses, it continues to challenge. Many local charity tournaments and golf association events are played here. Enjoy a drink and dining on the veranda of Danny’s at Ponce restaurant and then be sure to make another tee time. All courses provide computers to request specific courses and timeframes.

Ponce de Leon Golf Course

Golf Shop Phone (501) 922-4250  Restaurant Phone: (501) 922-1623
Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Total
Black 452 408 539 149 422 313 213 509 446 348 500 458 168 367 415 223 559 457 6946
Blue 416 366 492 137 403 296 188 491 394 332 480 417 150 348 397 181 525 423 6436
White 370 353 450 119 383 278 170 477 370 319 448 403 132 316 355 143 510 404 6000
Handicap Men 3 7 13 11 1 17 9 15 5 18 16 2 14 12 10 6 8 4
PAR 4 4 5 3 4 4 3 5 4 4 5 4 3 4 4 3 5 4 72
Gold 341 316 417 98 300 246 152 410 330 304 416 357 116 260 316 91 396 347 5213
Handicap Women 9 3 13 17 11 7 5 1 15 18 10 14 12 16 2 4 8 6

Course/Slope Rating

BLACK BLUE WHITE GOLD
Men C.R. 74.5 71.2 70.2 66.9
Men SLOPE 136 132 129 123
Women C.R. 76.6 70.8
Women SLOPE 134 122

Lake Balboa

Completed 1986
Covers approximately 950 acres
Speed limit

35 mph

Boat Ramp

Yes

Located off of Ponce de Leon Drive

Marina

Yes

Located off of Ponce de Leon Drive
Marina offers fishing and pontoon boat rentals, mini and dry storage, boat slip rentals, bait sales, and a gas station. Summer hours of operation are 7:00 am until 8:00 pm. Winter hours are posted at the Marina
(501) 922-3435

Pavilion

Yes

Located off of Ponce de Leon Drive
Pavilion is covered and has picnic tables. Grills and restrooms are also available. Pavilions can be rented from the Coronado Natatorium at (501) 922-1230.

Beach

Yes

Located off of Ponce de Leon Drive
Beach does not have lifeguards.

Lake Balboa offers fishing, swimming, and water skiing.
Types of Fish: black bass, spotted bass, channel catfish, blue cat, black and white crappie, blue gill, green sun fish, and copper nose bream.

Other Amenities

  • Balboa Marina

  • Last Chance Restaurant
    Located at Balboa marina. Features an American flare with a fun atmosphere. Lakeside dining available.

  • Danny’s Restaurant
    Open seven days a week
    7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m.
    Serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Full service bar available. Breakfast features a complete menu to choose from. Specialty is omelets. Lunch and Dinner includes hamburgers, salads, steak, seafood, sandwiches, and daily specials including jambalaya and grilled pork chops. Specialty is Shrimp and Corn Soup which is served daily. Dishes have a definite south Louisiana flare. Patio dining is available.

  • Balboa Walking Trail

  • Balboa Dam

  • Balboa Spillway

  • Ponce De Leon Center

  • Woodland Auditorium
    Built in 1991, this 658-seat auditorium is the cultural center of Hot Springs Village.  With approximately 75 events per year, the Arts Center is one of the busiest places in the village.  The Woodlands Auditorium and Ouachita Activities Building host a variety of offerings for every taste and preference.   Recent productions include the Ronnie Kole Trio, Crystal Chimes Chorus, David Itkin Lectures, Opera Iowa, Hello Dolly, and Mark Twain.  In 1994 the Glen Miller Orchestra visited the Center.  For information about upcoming and past productions, visit www.hsvwoodlands.com.

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