If you're looking for high-quality golf that won't take all day, Peoria Pines is the answer. This 18-hole golf course is a par 63 that plays 4,412 yards. It has a couple of legitimate par 5s that are over 500 yards, five challenging par-4 holes, and eleven interesting par-3 holes. This unique combination, which was designed by Greg Nash and opened for play in 1978, boasts excellent playing conditions and service. Water comes into play on seven holes, and there are several bunkers that also come into play, both in the fairways and around the greens. The par-5 holes come at the ends of both nines. The par-3 holes range from the 115-yard sixth to the 225-yard 13th. The 200-yard, par-3 fourth is the course's no. 1 handicap hole. And the par-4 holes range from around 280 yards to 350 yards, so they are generally good birdie opportunities. The par-4 16th, however, isn't one of them. Though it's just 350 yards, trees on the right can be problematic on what is the no. 6 handicap hole. In addition to the golf course, Peoria Pines offers a driving range and practice putting green. Golf lessons are available from the professional staff. And inside the clubhouse is a well-stocked golf shop with apparel, accessories, and equipment. The clubhouse restaurant, open every day, offers a variety of comfort foods and beverages. There are also multiple big-screen TVs as well as another nine monitors for off-track betting.