Cebrat Cliffs Golf Course
Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course is Kingman’s championship 18-hole golf course. Milton Coggins designed the course in 1973 with fairways of bermuda grass and bent grass on the greenways. The tight fairways are masterfully sculptured to provide golfers a relaxing day of play along the natural rock bluffs any time of year.
Golfers can take a cart to the course, which are available for rent at the pro shop, but they are free to walk their games. Seasoned pros will really enjoy a day at Cerbat Cliffs, but a beginner with high handicaps will still find this a fun course to learn on.
Guy Torrey says it best in his review at GolfArizona. com titled “Get your kicks at Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course in Kingman”: So, "If you ever plan to motor west. . . " -- or from any other point on the compass -- you may want to forget Winona, or Barstow, or San Bernardino; just don't forget to stop in Kingman and play Cerbat Cliffs. It's a timely tip you can count on.
Amenities include the Pro Shop with a full line of golf equipment, shoes and apparel, chipping and putting green, a Driving Range (lessons can be scheduled with PGA staff at the pro shop), and a grill with a sports bar atmosphere serving food and beverages including beer, wine and mixed drinks.
Tee Yardage Rating Slope
Blue 6,502 71.0 129
Gold 6,100 69.3 126
White 5,747 67.3 116
Red 5,030 68.5 124