Spend some time outside on one of our beautiful golf courses. Clear Lake also has mini golf and disc golf courses.

Oak Hills Golf Course
518 27th Avenue South
(641) 357-2216

Located near Clear Lake State Park Campground entrance, Oak Hills Golf Course is an enjoyable 9 hole par 30 public golf course with gently rolling hills, tree lined fairways, and challenging bent grass greens.  The course has excellent drainage and is playable when other courses are too wet.  Open for daily green fees, a variety of season memberships also available.  Clubhouse & pro shop with concessions, and meals for group or business outings can be provided.  Cart rentals are limited.

Owner Tom Sherman, PGA member since 1991, provides junior lessons Tuesday mornings and all other lessons by appointment.

Veterans Memorial Golf Club
2200 North Shore Drive

Veterans Memorial Golf Club is a 9 hole par 36 course offers an enjoyable round of golf for all players with beautiful views, wide bluegrass fairways, and well kept greens.  Also enjoy the practice range, pro shop, and clubhouse with full bar.

Located along the north shore of Clear Lake, the golf club came into existence in 1922.  It was purchased by the Clear Lake Chamber of Commerce in 1945, and the Chamber dedicated it to Clear Lake’s war veterans and named it All Veterans Golf Club.  Acquired by the City of Clear Lake in the spring of 2011, the course was re-dedicated to war veterans and took on the name of Veterans Memorial Golf Club.


Pla-Mor Miniature Golf
6801 South Shore Drive

This 18 hole miniature golf course is located just west of the Clear Lake State Park beach entrance.

Disc Golf


Disc Golf Course
Opportunity Village Campus
1200 N 9th St W

The Opportunity Village 9-hole disc golf course is open to the public, free of charge.  You’ll need to bring your own discs.  The first hole is located at the west end of the north parking lot.  If anyone has used discs they’d like to donate for Village use, they can be dropped off at the Village reception desk. The course was paid for through a donation in memory of Darrell Hier, an avid Clear Lake golfer.