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Golf Missouri

Starting at the top of the best 10 in the state is our first saint, the Country Club of St. Albans’ Tavern Creek Golf Course. This 18-hole championship course romps across 6800 yards with a course rating of 73.3 and a slope rating of 144! Designed by Dr. Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry, this challenging course was first played in 1992. It’s actually two courses, 36 holes, sharing common facilities, so you’ve already got your second play set up for you at St. Albans’.

The next Saint we’ll share is the St. Louis Country Club. Appearing halfway up the list of this nation’s top 100 golf courses, (and at #6 within the state) this private non-equity course was designed by Charles B. Mac Donald, and opened in 1914.

Branson has made itself into quite a tourist attraction, and a number of celebrities now make it their home. It’s no surprise, then, that the Branson Creek Golf Club should earn high marks here. The babbling brooks, waterfalls and stone walled countryside have a quintessential Ireland sort of feel about them, even as they’re carved into the woodland plains of Missouri. A 4.5 star Tom Fazio design, the first 18 holes boasts 7,036 yards, a rating of 73 and slope rating of 133 on Zoysia grass. Troon managed, the club is in the design stages with Tom on a second round of 18 holes to compliment it. With five sets of tees, there are plenty of ways to play Branson Creek, and ample charm to keep you coming back again and again.