Course Details

Welcome to Elmwood Country Club
The 18-hole "Elmwood" course at the Elmwood Country Club facility in Marshalltown, Iowa features 5,758 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 70 . The course rating is 68.2 and it has a slope rating of 119 on Rye grass.  Elmwood golf course opened in 1921.

Elmwood Country Club is a private golf course and does not offer online tee times to the general public. For information on accompanying a member to this course or applying for membership, please contact Elmwood Country Club directly for details.


 
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The Jay Giannetto Pro Shop at Elmwood Country Club
 

PRO SHOP STAFF

Jay Giannetto, PGA – Head Golf Professional
 

PRO SHOP

The Pro Shop staff places a high importance on providing outstanding service to the membership. This includes providing the members with a fun and enjoyable atmosphere and supplying a variety of quality merchandise at competitive prices. The staff spends many hours analyzing, discussing and selecting the products that we feel that our customers will want. If we do not have a product that you want, it can be special ordered. The Pro Shop uses standard retail pricing but savings can always be found through monthly promotions.

GOLF CLUB FITTING

The Pro Shop will offer a number of quality golf clubs in all price ranges including Titleist, Ping and Taylor Made. All clubs will be custom fit to each individual. The staff will work diligently with you to find the proper equipment to allow you to play your very best.  Call out to the Pro Shop to schedule your club fitting using our ES14 Launch Monitor.  


GOLF SHOP CREDIT

Winnings from club golf events are usually in the form of golf shop credit. This is money that is to be spent in the Golf Shop. The member may use the credit on sale merchandise. Golf Shop credit will be zeroed out after December 23rd.

CLUB STORAGE

Elmwood Country Club offers club storage for their members. This convenient service provides the member with a place to store their clubs. The golf shop will also label the golf bag with a bag tag, put shaft labels on the clubs. The clubs will be pulled and placed according to the walking or riding preference one hour prior to your scheduled tee time. After the round of golf or practice session, the clubs will be cleaned and put away.

DRIVING RANGE

Elmwood Country Club offers driving range privileges for their members. This convenient service provides the golf balls to practice or warm up with. There are areas for full swing and short game work. Contact the Pro Shop if you would like to purchase a driving range pass for the season.  

GOLF CARS

Riding golf cars are available for rent.  Please follow all instructions when using a golf car for the protection of yourself, others and the protection of the golf course. Elmwood Country Club is a beautifully manicured golf course and we must follow the guidance of our professional grounds crew to keep the course in great shape.  Please keep the golf cars at least 30 feet from the greens to avoid damaging the turf. Also, each golf car is equipped with two seed and soil containers. To aid in the healing process of the turf, we ask that all to sprinkle the seed and soil around the outside of the replaced divot.

RECIPROCAL CLUBS

Ames Golf & Country Club
Briarwood Club of Ankeny
Burlington Golf Club
Carroll Country Club
Indianola Country Club
Lake Panorama
Thunder Hills

HANDICAPS

Handicapping is a way of equalizing scores of golfers of different abilities. The handicap computer is located in the golf shop. At the completion of each round, all players MUST enter their score. Ladies and juniors may have a nine or eighteen hole handicap while men must have an eighteen hole handicap. Handicaps are necessary to participate in Elmwood tournaments.

Before you post your score in the computer, make sure that you adjust your score using equitable stroke control. The golf shop staff will assist you with the equitable stroke control and computer if they are new to you. All posting of scores are the responsibility of the individual golfer and is done on the honor system.

Click on the GHIN logo to post scores