Group Play 

Bill Jones Group

Point event held every Thursday morning 8:30 a.m. start, ages 18+, $29
Players earn points with every bogey, par, birdie or eagle. Open to all based on handicap.

Osceola Ladies Fun League

The Osceola Ladies Fun League meets every Tuesday at 10:30 a.m., 11 a.m. start, women ages 18+, no experience required. Pricing is based on the current tee time rate.

Osceola Ladies Fun League

Osceola Men's Golf Association (OMGA)

Once a month golf tournament with OMGA held the 2nd Saturday each month, 8:30 a.m. start, ages 18+, (must be an OMGA member); $25 per game.

Osceola Ladies Golf Association (OLGA)

OLGA plays almost every Tuesday, and once or twice a month play other courses in a tournament called Home and Home. Their season is September through May and dues are $40 per year or $20 per half year.

OLGA Dedicates Memorial to Doretha Hunter

The Osceola Ladies Golf Association (OLGA) dedicated a bronze plaque in memory of Doretha Hunter, who passed away on September 14, 2015. A bronze plaque was placed on the #4 tee box by OLGA to remind us all to live our lives like Doretha lived hers.

Doretha was the only member to hit a hole-in-one at Osceola's hole #4, which she did in January 2014. Current and former teammates, as well as Doretha's niece and aunt, have tried to perform the same feat (a 1 in 12,500 occurrence) with no success. Doretha's long-time teammate and friend, Ethel Lee, hit the shot closest to the pin.

Doretha was born in Mississippi but her family relocated to Chicago where she spent most of her life and met her husband, James. Together Doretha and James raised two children. The couple retired in Pensacola.

"We shared sweet memories of Doretha Hunter, who showed us 'how to live life with courage and grace and a smile on our face'," said OLGA President Pammie Soteros. "Doretha loved to play golf, and those of us lucky enough to play with her were shown how to enjoy every minute of life to the fullest."

The ladies would like to thank Golf Pro & General Manager, Adrian Stills and Course Superintendent, Eddie Daigle for placing the plaque and helping host the event.

Doretha Hunter Dedication Group