Ft. Buhlow DGC Flooding page.
the Red River gauge at Alexandria, the pertinent height for flooding at
Buhlow is 23' with the following tentative reference numbers:
23' Water starts to come out of the ditch in front of the P16 tee box.
P16 is mostly unplayable and water is moving out into the P17 fairway,
behind the P12 basket, around the G15 Basket and G16 tee box.
25' P9, P15, P16, P17, P18, G3, G13, G15 and G16 are unplayable.
Top of the road at its low point between P16 basket and G16 tee. P7,
G9, G10, G11 and G12 become unplayable.
P1-6 and most of Gold now unplayable and access to Disc Golf
Parking lot likely shut down. Few holes accessible.
RED RIVER LEVELS & FORECASTS
Red River at
Red River at Grand Ecore
(Natchitoches) (~1 day)
River at Coushatta (~2 days)
Red River at
Shreveport (3 days)
CONDITION OF PERTINENT LAKES
are five main lakes that contribute to the Red River's flow. The most
important is Lake Texoma which is a reservoir of the Red River,
followed by Millwood, Hugo, Wright Patman and Caddo. The amount of
water released from those lakes accounts for about 3/4 of the Red River
Flow at Alexandria during most flooding events. The following is the
release information from those lakes.
Other, less important lakes and tributaries are Bistineau, Pat Mayse, Bayou Pierre and Black Bayou Lake.
To check condition further upstream of the five primary lakes, check the reservoirs and rivers upstream from them.
Texoma collects runoff from Northeast New Mexico, South Central Oklahoma and a wide swath of Northwest Texas and the Texas panhandle.
Hugo collects runoff from South Central Oklahoma, before emptying into the Red River east of Texoma.
is a reservoir of the Little River in Southwest Arkansas and collects
runoff from Southeast Oklahoma and the Oklahoma/Arkansas border area
including Broken Bow and Pine Creek lakes.
is the water supply for Texarkana and drains the extreme northest
corner of Texas. It's conttribution to the Red River dring flooding
remains constant at about 10,000 Kcfs.
is an impoundment of Cypress Bayou which collect runoff from
Lakes Cypress Springs, Monticello, Bob Sandlin, Lake O' The Pines and
Ellision Creek Reservoir and then empties into the Red River just north