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Course Information

  • This downhill par four is relatively short: however, don't let the length fool you. The fairway slopes severely from left to right and the landing area is guarded by out-of-bounds left and a creek on the right. The kidney shaped green is protected by a green side water hazard and can make for challenging approach shots.

  • Our signature hole is a is one of the toughest tee shots you will face in all of St. Louis. The par four is a perfect example of risk and reward shotmaking. Your tee shot must carry a creek that bisects the fairway or lay up to the creek leaving yourself an uphill 170 yard second shot to a small two-tiered green. If you miss the green, you can find yourself in one of the two large bunkers that protect the greens tricky putting surface. Good Luck!

  • You'll find another birdie chance on this tree lined par four. The mature trees guarding the left side of the fairway and the out-of-bounds on the right will force you to hit an accurate tee shot. Once you have negotiated the tee ball, you should have a birdie putt.

  • This tee shot requires you to hit into a narrow tree-lined landing area: however, hit it too far to the right and your ball will find its way into a deep gully. This shot also requires an accurate approach shot to a kidney-shaped green sloping severely from back to front. The right side of the green is protected by a small bunker and out-of-bounds behind the green.

  • A great uphill par four with a gentle dogleg to the right. Hit a big tee shot and get to the top of the hill and leave a wedge shot to a flat narrow green. Your tee shot must avoid the right side or you will have to pitch the ball out of the gully leaving no chance to go for the green. The second shot can require an extra club if you hit less then your best tee ball. Avoid the greenside bunker on the left and your chance a securing a good score has increased.

  • A great finishing par five that is reachable by the longest hitters. The tee shot is critical for playing the hole successfully. The right side of the fairway is protected by out-of-bounds and the left side is guarded by a small pond. The landing area on the second shot for most players will slope from right to left leaving a hanging lie for the approach shot to the green The green is protected in front by two small bunkers that catch any shot that is running toward the green. The putting surface is sloped from top left to bottom right creating some interesting putting situations.