Golf Digest, the bible of golf, rated this course as the top public golf course in the entire state of Missouri. Designed by ... More
Branson Creek Golf Club
Golf Digest, the bible of golf, rated this course as the top public golf course in the entire state of Missouri. Designed by Tom Fazio, it is part of the legendary Troon courses that dot the country. You get the sense that this course is different when you learn that each hole has its own name, names like Sea of Trees, and Gobblers Knob. There are seven water holes and four monstrous par-5s. Practice facilities including chipping greens, are offered. The course is open year round and all fees include a cart.
One of the best public courses you will get to play, especially in the midwest. Some of the nicest greens to putt on. Doesn't have GPS, but with the yardage book and excellent markings, you don't really need it.
If you get a chance, play this course!
Classic Fazio. Scenic views from everywhere on the course,hard to concentrate on your shots.Tee boxes for every level golfer, and the 18th hole is great fun and a great reminder of the 18th at Peeble beach.
Terrific golf course with tees for every level. Enough trouble to challenge, but not so much that average golfers can't score. I'm a 9 handicap, and played with a 15 handicap. We both thought it was great golf.
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