Featured Missouri Golf Courses
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Hodge Park Golf Course was designed by Kansas City's Park and Recreation employees, Michael Malyn in 1976. The golf course is an 18-hole par 71 layout measuring 6,181 yards in length from the back tees. The course is challenging for all skill levels offering enjoyment and value and is a favorite among walkers.
Situated just 2/10 mile from Highway 54, on Highway 42, you will be delighted with the par 72, championship layout. Mother Nature provided the serene and secluded setting through 250 acres of colorful Ozark forest, meadows, and scenic valleys along "Little Bear Creek".
Johnny Morris, founder of Bass Pro Shops, and golf legends Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson and Arnold Palmer, spent nearly eight years crafting Top of the Rock. The first-ever par-3 course to be included in a PGA TOUR-sanctioned event, Top of the Rock is golf at its finest. Located high above Table Rock Lake with tranquil waterfalls, meandering creeks and ponds teeming with bass, the course is a true celebration of nature. In addition to the Jack Nicklaus Signature Course, golfers will enjoy an Arnold Palmer-designed driving range and Tom Watson's Himalayan inspired putting green. Top of the Rock also offers a host of restaurants and attractions for guests to enjoy.
Nestled among beautiful valleys at the Lake of the Ozarks, lies one of America's most spectacular courses. Golf Digest scores Old Kinderhook a 4 1/2 star rating while Golf Week ranks it one of the top semi-private courses in Missouri. The course is a 6,855-yard par 71 layout featuring zoysia tees and fairways with large bentgrass greens. It will challenge the most serious golfer, but plays on the friendly side. The course is renowned for its unsurpassed drama: valleys, waterfalls, hills, trees and water hazards, plus its beautiful lake setting. The elevation changes and breathtaking views will thrill you at every hole.
Nestled in the Auglaize River Valley is The Golf Club at Deer Chase. Come and enjoy 18 holes on our public course that offers private club amenities including well-maintained greens, a pro shop, and golf lessons. We offer experienced professionals to help improve your game or direct you to the equipment that's right for you. Come by today to take a tour of our beautiful course.
Osage National is Missouri's only Arnold Palmer Signature Course. The original 18 holes, designed in 1992 by Arnold Palmer, feature 7,150 yards of zoysia fairways and bentgrass greens. An additional nine holes (3,559 yards) have been added to create three unique 18 hole combinations. These combinations, "Mountain" nine, "River" nine and "Links" nine allow golfers to assemble an 18 hole combination that fits their game or interest on any particular day. If you're a serious golfer, head for our gold tees and you'll get every bit of 7,200 plus yards. If tipping it out is a bit much for your game, Osage National has five sets of tees-one to fit your game.
Osage National Golf Resort has stay and play options on site-beautiful condos for two, three or four golfers. Please call our pro shop for details. With three unique 18 hole combinations, golfers can create a new golfing experience without leaving the resort. As the course motto suggests, this truly is "Missouri's Must Play Getaway" at the lake.
Osage National is located directly off Hwy. 54 just north of Osage Beach, 1/2 mile past the Bagnell Dam Road exit. Look for the Osage National marquee sign.
The natural beauty of southern Missouri's Ozark region is the setting for Branson's new, premier resort community, located four miles south of Branson on U.S. Highway 65. Branson Creek is a first-rate, multi-use community that will span 7,500 acres of untouched natural surroundings.
Buffalo Ridge is designed to accommodate a variety of upscale establishments, including the 7,100-yard championship-level golf course at Branson Creek Golf Club.
Shoal Creek Golf Course, which opened in the fall of 2001, has become one of the most talked about daily fee golf and banquet facilities in the Kansas City area. This 6,950 yard par 71 golf property was sculpted by golf course architect Steve Wolfard, and offers a truly unique golfing experience for players of varying skill levels.
Tan-Tar-A Resort, located in Osage Beach, Missouri, is a resort removed from the hustle and bustle of the outside world. Quietly nestled on 420 lush acres along the Lake of the Ozarks, our Midwest 3-Diamond resort is a haven for endless excitement or complete relaxation. Come to the Lake of the Ozarks, only three hours from St. Louis and Kansas City, and discover a place unlike any other. Its convenient location and stunning surroundings makes Tan-Tar-A the premier Missouri family vacation resort.
Paradise Pointe Golf Complex is Kansas City's only public golf facility that offers two challenging 18 hole golf courses plus a 4 hole Academy course. The Posse course (our original) features bluegrass fairways, rolling terrain and beautiful lake views. The Outlaw course features zoysia fairways, large greens and more beautiful lake views.
Sited near the confluence of the Mississippi and Missouri rivers, historic St. Louis continues to invite exploration. Find the luxurious Hotel, a haven of tranquility with epic views of the Gateway Arch, in the heart of downtown's entertainment district, just steps away from Lumière Place Casino, the pulse of St. Louis.
A world of award-winning courses connected with the greatest names in golf awaits: Fazio. Nicklaus. Palmer. Even Payne Stewart. You'll find mountain and valley layouts that offer a variety of playing experiences, suited for every level of play. We're home to some of the best golf in the Midwest, and now the Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf at Big Cedar Lodge.
Lake Valley Golf & Country Club is an 18 hole championship golf course located near Camdenton, Missouri and just a short drive from Osage Beach in the beautiful Lake of the Ozarks region. The course welcomes public play with its over forty years of maturity offering something for every skill level of golfer.