Greystone Country Club is preparing for brand new inventory, so you know what that means…


Starting Saturday at the Greystone Pro Shop, up to 60% off of clothing and accessories.  Hurry in while inventory lasts!

Attention Members!

Friday Night Catfish Buffet!

Begins at 6pm

Catfish, Hush Puppies, Coleslaw, Fries, and Condiments

$18.00 for Adults,  $12.00 for Kids 12 and Under

Tea and Water Included in Pricing

This Saturday we will have our annual Snowman Open.  Entry for this event is $120 per 4 person team and tee time is 12:00. Call the Pro Shop to sign up your team and make sure to let us know what you would like to have to “stay warm” on the course.

Happy New Year from us to YOU! We wish you and yours the best year yet.

We have so much in store for our members and friends in 2019, and we can’t wait to see all of you in the new year!

Greystone wishes you and your loved ones

a very Merry Christmas!

Gift Card Discounts

Membership Deals

Lesson Package Discounts

Rounds Passes

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Exciting things are happening at Greystone this Holiday Season!


Need last minute gifts? Shop our online store with gift selections that are perfect for your favorite golfer.


Don’t forget about this year’s member’s New Year’s Party!

Join us New Years Eve for our Member’s Holiday party.  Party will begin at 8pm.  DJ, prizes, and games all night long.  The kitchen will be closed.   We hope to see you there!

We would like to thank our customers for voting Greystone Best of the Best in Arkansas.


Come golf with us today to find out why our customers love us so much!


Tour Tip Thursday


If you watch the pros closely, you’ll rarely see them make a full, all-out swing with their wedges or short irons. They usually dial it down to 75 or 80 percent of their full tempo. Why? Because when they’re within striking distance of the pin, distance control is all that matters. And the best way to control your distance is to swing within yourself.

One way to do this is by choking down on the club, gripping halfway down the handle to subtract 5 yards from your approach, or all the way down to the steel to remove 10 yards. This will allow you take the longer club and swing more smoothly and in control, rather than having to go all-out with a shorter club. So if your normal 8-iron carries 150 yards and you need the ball to travel 145 yards, grip halfway down the handle; if you need it to go 140 yards, move your hands to the bottom of the grip. Try this grip switch with all of your scoring clubs and you should start to see a lot more birdie opportunities.




Come and join us at the clubhouse this Friday to kick back and watch Tiger vs. Phil!
We hope to see you there.
Call the clubhouse for details at 501-941-4444