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Adam Long watches his tee shot on the 16th hole during the final round of the Desert Classic in La Quinta, Calif., last year on the way to his first PGA Tour victory.

LONG TIME COMING Francis Howell grad having good year before stoppage BY WARREN MAYES

Special to the Post-Dispatch

dam Long and his fellow PGA Tour players are dealing with the coronavirus pandemic shutdown but the St. Charles County native has something to keep him busy while waiting to get back on the golf course. “We’re having a baby in April,” Long recently said about him and his wife, Emily, who is a nurse anesthetist. “It’s a boy. No name yet. We’re working on that. We can’t wait.” The PGA Tour is on hold because of the rapidly spreading COVID-19 that is plaguing the entire world. Long originally planned to take a three-week hiatus to be off when the newborn arrives and to help out. The couple lives in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. The stoppage in play halted a good start to the 2020 campaign for Long, who graduated from Francis Howell High before starring at Duke in college. In 15 tournaments this season, Long recorded two top-10 finishes and seven in the top 25. Long made the cut in 11 tournaments. He has won $1,288,958 and is 32nd in the FedEx Cup rankings. He came in second at the Mayakoba Golf Classic at Playa del Carmen, Mexico, winning $544,800. Long placed eighth in the Waste Management Phoenix Open in Scottsdale, Ariz.


Adam Long celebrates on the 18th hole after winning the Desert Classic on Jan. 20, 2019, in La Quinta, Calif.

Norwood is ideal

“This game keeps you humble,” said the 32-year-old Long. “I’m just happy to be here playing on the Tour. It’s hard to believe really. I think I’d be called a journeyman. I believe I’m in that category. It took me a while to get here. I was hoping to get here faster. “I got a little better each year. I finally got on the PGA Tour. I’ve been pretty consistent. I’ve not had too many highs and lows. Each year I keep getting a little better.”

LEARNING THE GAME Brian Fogt, the director of instruction at Bellerive Country Club, began working with Long when he was a youngster. Fogt then was teaching at Missouri Bluffs Golf Club. “We met, yikes, when Adam was 9, so about 23 years ago. His dad (Gordon) was a pilot for TWA and now American,” Fogt said. “He’s an avid golfer. Gordon was out there frequently practicing. We met and he saw I was working with young players that were older than Adam. We struck up a friendship. I started working with Adam. “That persisted for a long time, all the way through college and as he was making his way professionally. We’ve been through a lot together.” “Brian Fogt has been a father figure to me at times,” Long said. Long quickly showed promise

Champions’ Ascension Classic picked the Ferguson area


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The world’s best golfers have been coming to Norwood Hills Country Club, the venerable north St. Louis track that opened in 1922, since 1948, when the PGA had its championship there. Some of golf’s most famous names – Ben Hogan, Gene Littler, Kathy Whitworth, Lee Trevino – have won events there. When professional golf returns to St. Louis this year for the Ascension Charity Classic on the PGA Tour Champions (once upon a time the Seniors Tour) on Oct. 2-4, it’s coming to Norwood Hills for a different reason besides the quality of the course: To make a statement. The tournament’s organizers chose the course, which sits in Jennings, because it is about as close as you can get to being in Ferguson. If city maps are accurate, the fourth green on Norwood Hill’s West Course actually is over the city line and into Ferguson, a largely unknown St. Louis community until the rioting and protests following the 2014 shooting of Michael Brown. “We felt very strongly,” said Nick Ragone, executive vice pres-

under Fogt’s tutelage. He earned all-state status all four years in high school despite playing for three coaches. He ranked eighth in the Golfweek Junior Golf Rankings. With Duke recruiting him, Long chose to become a Blue Devil. “When he was a sophomore in high school, he was playing some good golf in the junior golf world. He wasn’t very big,” Fogt said. “The coach (Rod Myers) at Duke, who I knew, called and asked my opinion. He was smaller for his age and didn’t hit the ball as far as some other guys. I said when he gets stronger, his swing was so good, I knew that would help his development and scoring.” Long did grow and get stronger. His senior year proved that he could play. He ranked sixth nationally and 22nd among all U.S. Amateurs in the Golfweek Amateur Rankings. “He had a very good career at Duke. If you play golf or basketball at Duke, you’re pretty good at those two sports,” Fogt said. “He had enough success as a college golfer that if his heart was in it, he would give it a try and play after college.” Ironically, Long also had three coaches at Duke. His final coach, Jamie Green, believed Long could succeed in the world of professional golf. Please see LONG, Page G4

NEW LEASE NEEDED Normandie owner UMSL looks for firm to run famed course BY WARREN MAYES

Special to the Post-Dispatch

vision was to have it there and the Tour, after visiting the property, saw that vision as well and said, ‘This will work out.’ “We can shine a light on North County. We’re near Ferguson

Area golfers may yet have the chance to tee it up and play at the historic Normandie Golf Course. The University of Missouri– St. Louis (UMSL) is working through the “Request for Proposal” process with a goal of Normandie Golf Course reopening this spring, said Bob Samples, the university’s Interim Chief of Staff. UMSL owns the 119-yearold club. Normandie is the oldest public course west of the Mississippi River. Normandie 1901 LLC notified the University of Missouri–St. Louis that it is ex-

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The clubhouse at Norwood Hills Country Club in Jennings last month. ident and chief marketing officer for Ascension, “the tournament had to be hosted in North County. We’re a Catholic institution, serving underserved communities, and we wanted to do something special in North County, in the Ferguson area, to help revital-

ize the area and stimulate the ongoing revitalization. Then, as we began discussing that, the only course that could do it would be Norwood. It’s a classic course with a great pedigree going back to the 1948 PGA Championship. It’s a big piece of property and our



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STILL A GEM Nicklaus-designed Porto Cima is 20 years old this year BY TODD HEJNA

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The success of the Jack Nicklaus name continues to shine 20 years later in the hills of Missouri golf. The Club at Porto Cima at the Lake of the Ozarks opened in July 2000 and was ranked as the fourthbest new private course in the United States by Golf Digest. In the 2020 rankings of private courses in Missouri, Porto Cima is ranked at No. 5. The top four in order are Bellerive Country Club, St. Louis Country Club, Boone Valley Golf Club and Dalhousie Golf Club. “It’s a terrific golf course, we attract boaters, recreational golfers and the family oriented social player,” said Josh Inman, director of golf at Porto Cima. Inman replaced Jon Crane, who was the original pro, seven years ago. Although private, non-

members do have the opportunity to play at Porto Cima by staying overnight at The Lodge of the Four Seasons. “Guests of The Lodge can play the course,” Inman said. “Their golf is based on availability.” Porto Cima currently has around 900 members. Inman said the course offers five different memberships. Social, sport level, corporate, full golf and generational. Porto Cima has zoysia fairways with five different sets of tee boxes and seven lake-side holes. The four finishing holes are a thing of beauty and touted as four of the best in the Midwest. The 15th hole is the signature hole and the most recognizable on the golf course. It is a par 5 that plays downhill and is well guarded by plenty of sand traps just off the fairway and around the green. “It’s

definitely a demanding approach shot to the green,” Inman added. The 16th hole is a 181yard par 3 that demands a precise tee shot into one of the smallest greens on the course. Water runs the entire left side of the hole and sand traps surround the green. The 17th hole plays 393 yards from the back tees that demands accuracy. Finding the fairway off the tee is a must with water running the entire left side of the hole. Tee shots to the right almost ensure a tough side-hill lie out of the rough for the approach shot. “No. 17 plays tough because you have to carry a cove on the drive and carry another cove with your shot into the green,” Inman said. The 18th hole is a long 461-yard par 4 that is the most challenging on the course. It plays uphill with trouble lurking on both


The green on No. 15 that starts the special four-hole finish at Porto Cima. in Missouri for 2019 in its annual Golfer’s Choice: Best of Missouri story. The article ranks all public courses in Missouri based upon ratings and reviews submitted by golfers In total, there were 127 courses. Of Missouri’s top 20, nine of the Lake of GOLF ADVISOR the Ozark’s Golf Trail’s 13 courses made the cut. They RATINGS include Bear Creek Valley, Golf Advisor recently The Cove at the Lodge of announced its rankings of the Four Seasons,The Golf the 20 best public courses Club at Deer Chase, Eldon

sides, a small creek runs along the right side up to a two-tiered green. For more information on Porto Cima’s memberships, packages, tee times and availability call 1-800-850-5253 or visit www.portocoma,com.

Golf Club, The Oaks at Margaritaville, Osage National, Old Kinderhook, Redfield Golf Course and Rolling Hills Country Club. Anyone interested in the article should visit www. golfadvisor.com/best-of/ golfers-choice-2019-missouri. To book a tee time at any of the Lake of the Ozarks Golf Trail’s courses, visit www.GolfingM issouri. com/book-tee-time/.

Normandie From G1


The parking lot and clubhouse sit empty at the closed Normandie Golf Club last month. section of Natural Bridge Road in an effort to create a walkable environment conducive to private investments, Sobolik said. Last October, UMSL announced that Indianapolis-based Pearl Companies would be developing a $60 million housing/retail complex along Natural Bridge — next to the UMSL South Metro station. Despite its name, the course is actually located next to the city of Normandy, in the tiny municipality of Bel-Nor. It began as a private club for well-to-do St. Louisans who wanted to play golf in the countryside. After Normandie converted to a public course in 1984, it struggled financially. There’s no imposing clubhouse here anymore — that structure was demolished in the 1980s. Descendants of Charles


The fairway of the No. 1 hole (center) sits between No. 18 (right) and No. 9 at Normandie last month. Lucas — who created what is now known generally as the Greater Normandy area — established the Normandie Country Club and Golf Course in 1901. It was designed in St. Louis by

Robert Foulis, a disciple of Old Tom Morris of St. Andrews, Scotland fame. The course featured unique routing and a throwback style to make it a true golfing gem for players.

The 18-hole course became public in 1985. The par-71 course with Bermuda fairways covers 6,534 yards. Normandie is known for a tight and quirky lay-

out, blind shots and rough patches. The final three holes offer one of the area’s toughest tests. No. 16 is a par-3, 160-yard hole followed by a 573-yard par-5 test. Standing on the No. 18 tee, a golfer faces a 250-yard par 3 to close out a round. The university purchased the 117-acre course for $1.4 million in 2015. “Let me stress that UMSL is committed to considering various options to achieve its goal of keeping Normandie an operating, public golf course,” Sobolik said in a news release. “I also want to commend the current operator — Normandie 1901 LLC — for its assistance throughout the assessment process. They have provided us with invaluable suggestions for maintaining and enhancing the course.”

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ercising an option to opt out of its lease of the Normandie Golf Course. The move was effective in late March. Normandie 1901 is a subsidiary of Claytonbased Walters Golf Management. UMSL bought the historic course, located on St. Charles Rock Road in north St. Louis County, and agreed to a $1-peryear lease with Normandie 1901 LLC. That was done to help ensure Normandie was maintained and operated in a way to benefit students and the surrounding communities. “That remains our top priority. I have requested that the University of Missouri System Real Estate Management Office create and distribute a request for proposal as quickly as possible — with a goal of leasing the course to another management firm this spring,” Interim Chancellor and Provost Kristin Sobolik said in a statement released by the university. “I also am continuing — accelerating really — conversations with other potential public and private partners about a multifaceted proposal that would ensure the long-term viability and improvement of Normandie as well as the enhancement of other nearby sites.” The proposal is part of a larger effort by UMSL and other public entities to enhance the economic and living conditions in University Square — a community development organization that is headquartered at UMSL and receives financial support from St. Louis County. University Square partners were able to secure funding for a Great Streets project to renovate a major


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Long From G1

“Adam was always focused on academics and golf. Sure, he’d go to basketball games, but he was exceptional at time management,” Green said. “He kept the goal in front of him. He could juggle a lot. That’s his best trait. He was a junior when I got there and the best player on the team. He was a really good leader to our younger guys. “I wanted to make sure he knew others believed in him. What I recall in watching him play was he had the go-low ability. He was a good ball striking guy. A bad day for another guy might be in the mid 70s but Adam could always keep it around par.”

CHALLENGE GOING PRO Long turned pro after graduating from Duke in 2010 with his bachelor’s degree in sociology. He played his first pro event in 2011 in the U.S. Open. What he saw in the event has stayed with him to this day. “Mostly it taught me the best in the world aren’t perfect,” Long said. “You have this image these guys are perfect or something because you see all these great shots on TV and that they hardly miss shots ever. Well, guys in the middle of the pack hit some terrible shots every single day. I realized the guys are obviously very, very good but that I could see myself competing with them.” Long was no overnight sensation. Indeed, it was a long journey to get to the PGA Tour. He bounced around golf’s backwoods for some time. His only win before reaching the Tour was a lone Hooters Tour event in 2011 at Columbia, South Carolina. “It was a pretty solid field,” Long said. “I won $28,000. That was great. It was a huge check for sure.” In 2012, Long joined the Web. com Tour. In 17 events, Long landed in the top 10 once and in the top 25 twice. In 2014, Long played on both the Lationoamérica and Mackenzie tours. He played 23 events. In 2015, Long rejoined the Web. com Tour where he played 21 tournaments. He recorded two top-10 finishes and reached the top 25 in five events. In 2016 he played 24 events on the Web.com Tour, made 12 cuts, and posted two top 10s. In 2017 he finished at No. 44 on the regular season money list, and carded three top-10 finishes in 24 events. Long finished the 2018 Web.com Tour season with 17 made cuts, one runner-up, and four top 10s in 27 starts. He finished at No.


Adam Long hits a shot during the Tournament of Champions in Kapalua, Hawaii, in January this year. 13 on the regular season money list, securing his PGA Tour card for the 2018-2019 season. He was 37th in final priority-ranking order. “Everyone has their own process and journey. I think I’m fortunate that I stuck it out,” Long said. “I’m where I want to be. It definitely makes me appreciate it more than some of the younger guys who burst in and win on the Tour. I probably appreciate how hard it is to get here. “I wouldn’t change a thing. I’ve enjoyed the journey, the process. I had realistic expectations when I began as a pro. I wasn’t a superstar in junior golf or amateur golf. I was not a superstar in college. I was a good player at each level but not a dominant player at the amateur level. I wasn’t a can’t-miss kid by any means.” Long thought it might take him two or three or 10 years to reach the PGA. He also said he knew he might never get there. “All those tours are fantastic,” Long said. “I did my time. I played each week and kept going. I figured out a way to compete. You learn about traveling and managing your time. They were all great steppingstones.”

WINNING AS A ROOKIE Finally getting his PGA Tour card was a major moment. Long called it “a dream come true” after all the ups and downs trying to get to the promised land. “It wasn’t handed to me,” Long said.

He showed he belonged, too. In his rookie season, Long won the Desert Classic at PGA West in January of 2019. He outdueled Hall of Famer Phil Mickelson and Adam Hadwin by a stroke. He drained a memorable 15-foot birdie putt on the final hole. The birdie opportunity came after a 6-iron approach from 175 yards with the ball below his feet in dormant grass on a mound to the right of the fairway. Long almost had to pinch himself. He was playing in the last group on a Sunday with a chance to win the tournament. He had made only one cut — a tie for 63rd in the Safeway Open — before the Desert Classic. “Phil’s a Hall of Fame golfer, a legend. He was one of my idols growing up. He’s someone I look up to and admire. It was pretty cool to play with him. I didn’t think about winning until the very last putt honestly. I made sure I had a good time and enjoyed the moment and have fun with it. I didn’t get too caught up in my result. “I smiled and enjoyed the time. You never know if you’ll get that opportunity again in my shoes.” Long arrived at the final hole tied with Hadwin and Mickelson. Hadwin’s bunker shot stopped inches from the hole. Mickelson barely missed a long birdie try. That miss helped Long see the line for his career-changing putt. His 65th stroke of the day found the bottom of the hole. Long finished

at 26-under 262. “Phil almost made his putt. The stage was set. It was my tournament to win,” Long said. “I’d made a ton of birdies and a ton of putts in the tournament. I went through my routine. It was a perfect putt. Right in the hole. Madness ensued. “I never dreamed of winning on the PGA Tour as a kid. I had a great time with it. My wife was there. My dad was there, too. It was a surreal moment.” Green was happy for Long. “I don’t watch a ton of tour golf on TV but I turned it on and I was on the edge of my seat,” Green said. “I stood up and raised my arms and yelled. It was an exuberant moment to see him win. I told my youngsters, I know that guy. “He’s one of those guys you want to root for. I think Adam will be a mainstay on the Tour. I can see him sticking around for a long time. He has a lot of belief in himself. He’s somebody people enjoy rooting for.” Fogt wished he could have been there. He was not stunned to see Long on a big stage. “I always tell my golfers to get into position with nine holes to go and if you have a great nine maybe you’ll win. I wasn’t that surprised that Adam performed well under that pressure,” Fogt said. “To play with Phil Mickelson and pull that off on a Sunday was super cool. It wasn’t shocking to me. He’d exhibited for three or four years he had the skill set to win on the Tour.

“It was a matter of doing it. It’s changed the opportunities for him. He’s a solid citizen. He’s got a long career ahead of him.” Certainly, Long is more financially secure. He earned $1,062,000 with the victory. “I didn’t change my life in any way. It definitely changed my career and path for sure,” Long said. “I’m always going to be a PGA Tour winner. It changed my status and it guaranteed me three years. It got me into some of the biggest events like the Masters and PGA Championship.” He gets asked about the putt and the win frequently. Autograph requests are constant now. “I don’t mind it, especially little kids,” Long said about signing his name. “They want to fill up their flag with signatures. That’s pretty fun.” Long said he and his wife get back to the area “a decent amount.” The two went to Francis Howell but didn’t start dating until after college. Emily went to Missouri State. They married in 2018. Now they’re waiting for the baby to arrive. “It’s been a blessing for me to get to know him and his family,” Fogt said. “It’s super hard to get to the top of any sport, golf in particular. I think he and Emily will be great parents.” The baby will grow up knowing his father is a PGA Tour winner. For Long, it all was worth the wait.

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Norwood From G1

and can help change the narrative about Ferguson.” While golf events like the PGA in 2018 or the Senior PGA in 2013, both at Bellerive Country Club, have come through St. Louis, there hasn’t been a tour event here since 2001, which was the final year for both the LPGA event – the Michelob Light Classic in the final years of its eight-year run – at Forest Hills Country Club in Chesterfield and the Senior event at Boone Valley in Augusta. But the clear-cut popularity of the PGA at Bellerive, which saw massive crowds and drew rave reviews, pointed to the potential for a regular tour stop in to St. Louis. “It was a reminder to the PGA Tour they need to be in this market,” Ragone said. “Then doing it in North County, all the stars lined up. It was such a good moment for the St. Louis and the PGA to see how wonderful it was and capitalize on the momentum.” Enter Ascension and Norwood Hills. Ascension, a St. Louisbased health care provider, has connections to several other golf tournaments around the country but wanted to have one in its hometown, where it doesn’t have a presence besides its corporate headquarters. Proceeds from the tournament will go to three charities: Marygrove, a residential community for children and teens; the Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis; and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater St. Louis. As for Norwood Hills, after the PGA in 1948, won by Hogan, it had an LPGA event from 1965 to 1969 that Whitworth won three times, and the Greater St. Louis Golf Classic in 1972 and ’73. Away from the tours, it hosted the 2001 U.S. Senior Amateur and the 2018 U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur. The tournament will use the West course at Norwood Hills. “It’s a tournament ready, championship level course,” said tournament director Barney Hinkle. “The Tour came in prior to the event being announced and had to approve the course and facilities and it came across with flying colors.” Hinkle said Norwood Hills’ greens, one of the club’s signature aspects, will be slowed down for the tournament, going from 13.5 on the Stimpmeter to 11.5. Hinkle said many of the course’s bunkers


A group of golfers tee off on the first hole at Norwood Hills last month. The course was not quite green yet this spring when this photo was taken. were being redone and some trees had to be moved to accommodate the infrastructure of a tour event, but otherwise, not much has been changed. Also, larger fencing has gone in at the driving range to handle some of the longer hitters. “The green grass and the beauty of course, the competitive elements of course,” Hinkle said, “it’s in its natural state.” These are, of course, unusual times for the event. The Champions Tour, like other sports in America, has been on hold since early March. The most recent event was the Hoag Classic in Newport Beach, Calif., which ended on March 8. All but one event between then and the Senior Players Championship, starting July 9, has been canceled or postponed. (A tournament in Madison. Wisc., in early June is still on, as of now.) With the Ascension tournament proper not starting until Oct. 2 (other events will start on Sept. 28), that has given them a longer window for things to change and a greater possibility of the event being held, especially with golf being one of the first sports envisioned being able to restart. Hinkle would normally be

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Missouri courses 1. ABERDEEN Course • 18 holes, par 72, yardage up to 7,100 Green fees • $45 plus tax on weekdays, 18 holes. $58 plus tax on weekends with cart. Discounts • Seniors: $34 Monday-Friday. Twilight discounts after 3 p.m. during the summer. Discounts available for booking online. In-house loyalty card applies to all customers. Directions • I-44 west to Lewis Road, Exit 266, right on Lewis Road for 2½ miles to railroad crossing, left at the tracks on Crescent/Allen Road, 1½ miles on left. Leagues • Men’s leagues vary, women’s leagues on Tuesday. Phone • 636-938-5465

Wednesday mornings; junior league in summer months Tuesday afternoon. Selected Mondays, 9-hole junior scrambles. Phone • 636-227-1750 4. BEAR CREEK

Course • 18 holes, par 72, yardage 7,010. Driving range available. Green fees • $34.99 (6-8 a.m.), $42.99 (8-10:59 a.m.), $39.99 (11 a.m.-2 p.m.) $34.99 (2-5 p.m.), $31.99 (5-8 p.m.) Monday-Friday; Prices include carts. Weekends and holidays, $49.99 (5-7 a.m.), $54.99 (7-10 a.m.), $49.99 (10 a.m.-2 p.m.), $44.99 (2-5 p.m.), $39.99 (5-8 p.m.) Cart • Walking rates available 2. ARNOLD GOLF CLUB after 1 p.m. Discounts • Seniors (60 and Course is closed. over): $29.99 (6-8 a.m.), $34.99 3. BALLWIN (8-11 a.m.), $31.99 (11-2 p.m.), $29.99 (2-5 p.m.), $27.99 Course • 9 holes, par 36, (5-8 p.m.) Monday-Friday. Prices yardage 3,209 Green fees • $17 for 9 holes for include carts. Directions • I-70 to Wentzville, non-residents, $26 for 18. Exit 208, Wentzville Parkway, Cart • $7 for 9 holes, $12 for take first left on Pierce Blvd., 18 holes. Pull carts $2, rental then first right on Bear Creek clubs $5 Drive. Continue into subdivision Discounts • Residents: $14 for with clubhouse on left 9 holes; $20 for 18 holes; nonresident seniors and juniors: $16 Leagues • Course includes men’s, women’s, couples. Senior for 9 holes or $25 for 18 holes, weekday only. Seniors residents: scrambles on Monday and weekday $12 for 9 holes, $18 for Tuesday at 8 a.m. Phone • 636-332-5018 18 holes; weekend: 9 holes $15 for 18 holes $22 for residents, 9 5. BEAR CREEK VALLEY holes $13 and 18 holes $20 for Course • 18 holes, par 72, seniors/juniors. Directions • Highway 40 to 141/ yardage 6,796 Green fees • $55 for 18 holes Woods Mill, south to Clayton Sunday through Thursday; $39 Road and turn south on Baxter for 9 holes Sunday through Road, turn left (south) and go Thursday; $69 for 18 holes, $49 half-mile to South Holloway for 9 on weekends. Road, Baxter will veer left, you Discounts • Check website for stay straight on Holloway specials. Leagues • Men’s club monthly Directions • Traveling from the tournament; women’s leagues Monday, Tuesday and west on Highway 54, turn right

onto Highway 42 and follow it for 2/10 mile. From the east/ north on Highway 54 turn left onto Highway 42 and follow it for 2/10 mile. Leagues • Phone • 573-302-1000 6. BERRY HILL Course • 9 holes, par 36, yardage 3,101 Green fees • Nonresident: $14 weekdays, $15 weekends for 9 holes or $21/$24 for 18 holes; Resident: $11 weekdays, $12 weekends for 9 holes or $20 weekends for 18 holes. Cart • $7 per rider, per nine holes. Discounts • Juniors (17 and under), seniors (60 and over), 7 a.m.-3 p.m. weekdays, $10 for 9 holes or $16 for 18 holes. Directions • Hwy. 70 to Lindbergh Blvd. and turn north, left on Missouri Bottom Road and left on Fee Fee to course. From Illinois — I-270 to Lindbergh south, take right on Missouri Bottom and then left on Fee Fee. Leagues • Men, women and couples. Phone • 314-731-7979 7. BIRCH CREEK Course • 18 holes, par 72, yardage 6,920 Green fees • 18 holes with cart, weekdays $35, seniors $30; weekends (twilight) $35, (midday) $40 (morning) $50. 9 hole rates available. Discounts • Preferred player discounts, member discounts and event discounts. Directions • I-44 to Union, exit 247, west on north outer road for 1.7 miles Leagues • Men (evening) women (evening); two-person scramble, Wednesday morning; two-person shamble Friday



Scramble and League Opportunities Are Available CATEGORY WEEKDAY WEEKEND 18 Holes w/Cart $35.00 $43.00 9 Holes w/Cart $25.00 $26.00 Sr. 18 Holes w/Cart $27.00 $27.00 Sr. 9 Holes w/Cart $20.00 $20.00 18 Holes Walking $20.00 $20.00 9 Holes Walking $17.00 $17.00 9 Holes League $20.00 $20.00 Sr. League 9 Holes $17.00 $17.00 Women League 18 Holes $22.00 $22.00 Skinner League $26.00 $31.00 Group Rate $25.00 $35.00 Twilight Rate (1pm) $25.00 $29.00 Super Twilight (2:30 pm) $22.00 $22.00 Winter Rate 18 Holes $22.00 $27.00 Winter Rate 9 Holes $17.00 $17.00

morning as posted; couples Friday evening 9 holes, as posted; couples 18 holes Sunday afternoon, as posted. Phone • 636-584-7200

on weekends. Directions • I-44 to Lewis Road exit, north to 745 Lewis Road (past Pevely Farms) Phone • 636-938-6200



Course • 18 holes, par 72, yardage 5,323-7,324 Green fees • $79-$130. Check website for details. Directions • US 65 south to Branson Hills Pkwy/Bee Creek Rd, continue on Branson Parkway to right on Pinehust Dr. Phone • 417-337-2963

Course • 9 holes, par 35, yardage 2,977 Green fees • Residents, $12; Seniors and Juniors, $11. Non-resident weekdays, $15; non-resident senior and junior, $14. Weekends, residents, $13; non-resident, $16. Directions • Highway 270 to Olive. Go east one mile and turn right into Creve Coeur Executive Parkway, then turn left at stop sign and go a quarter-mile Leagues • Monday through Thursday, men’s league. Phone • 314-432-1806

9. BUFFALO RIDGE Course • 18 holes, par 71, yardage 7,036 Green fees • $135 with cart for 18 holes, April through October. $115 with cart for 18 holes, November through March. Directions • US 65 S to Branson Creek Blvd., turn east. Golf course is three miles away. Phone • 417-339-5430


Course • 18 holes, par 72, yardage 7,093 Green fees • $40 for 18 holes Monday-Thursday with a $15 10. COUNTRY LAKE replay option; $50 Fridays, Course • 18 holes, par 71, Saturdays, Sundays and yardage 6,100 holidays for 18 holes with a $20 Green fees • Dynamic pricing. replay option. All prices include Check website for up-to-date cart. rates. Discounts • Seniors (60 and Discounts • Seniors (55 over):$35 Monday-Thursday. and over) and juniors: $26 Twilight rate (after 1 p.m.) $35 Monday-Friday for 18 holes Monday through Thursday, with cart; twilight after 1 p.m. (after 4 p.m.) $28, Friday, $24 Monday-Friday for 18 holes Saturdays, Sundays after 1 p.m., with cart, $29 Saturday and $42. After 4 p.m., $32.50 All Sunday. Wacky Wednesday after prices include cart. 12:30 p.m. $20 for 18 holes with Directions • I-55 south to 67 cart. south to Fairgrounds Drive, turn Directions • I-70 to Route 47, south on the East Out Road and Exit 193, go south for 500 yards, make left on Hunt Road turn right at Veterans Memorial Leagues • Seniors (Tuesday Parkway and go 1½ miles and morning) turn left on MM and go under Phone • 1-888-706-4682 railroad overpass and make a 15. CUBA LAKES quick right on Lakeview and another quick right on Country Course • 9 holes, par 34, Lake Drive. yardage 2,725 Leagues • Men (Tuesday Green fees • Tuesday-Thursday and Thursday night), senior $18 before 3 p.m., $10 after scramble (Wednesday morning). 3 p.m.; Friday-Sunday $20. Phone • 636-456-1165 Discounts • Monday free golf, but cart fee is $8; Sunday play 11. COVE AT THE LODGE OF all day for $25; junior rates daily. FOUR SEASONS Directions • West on I-44 to Course • 18 holes, par 71, Cuba, exit 208, go south on yardage 6,553 Highway 19 for two miles and Green fees • $69, Mondayright on Highway O for a quarter Thursday with cart for 18 holes; mile $89, Friday-Sunday with cart for Leagues • Men, women and 18 holes coed Directions • US 54 to Alt Rte US Phone • 573-885-2234 Hwy 54/Bagnell Dam Blvd, right 16. DEER CHASE on Horsehoe Bend Pkwy, left onto Four Seasons Dr. Course • 18 holes, par 71, Phone • 573-365-8600 yardage 6,381 Green fees • $49 Monday12. CRESCENT FARMS Thursday with cart for 18 holes; Course • 27 holes: 18 hole par $65 Friday-Sunday with cart for 72, yardage 7,078; 9 hole par 30 18 holes 1,722 yards. Renovated pro shop Discounts • Seniors: $35 and dining area. on Mondays; Ladies $35 on Green fees • $45 MondayTuesdays Thursday and $50 Friday for Directions • Hwy. 54 to A-road, 18-hole course with cart, $60 3.4 miles turn right onto Lowell Saturdays-Sundays and holidays Williams Road, 1.4 miles turn until noon; after noon $49, left into The Golf Club at Deer after 2 p.m., $40; $22 for 9-hole Chase executive course every day, $20 Leagues • Men (Tuesday after noon. evening) Discounts • Seniors: $38 Phone • 1-866-633-3771 Monday-Thursday for 18 with 17. DON GARDNER cart, $40 on Friday. Juniors: $25 for 18 holes Monday-Friday; $35 Course is closed.

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19. EAGLES BLUFF Course • 18 holes, par 72, yardage 7,000 Green fees • Senior weekday rate is $27 and $33 on weekends. Non-senior rate is $30 and $38. Ladies golf everyday for $15. Discounts • $27 senior weekday rate Directions • Take Hwy. 79 (exit 220 on I-70) 45 miles north. Leagues • Tuesday and Thursday men’s leagues Phone • 573-242-3309 20. ELDON GOLF CLUB Course • 18 holes, par 72, yardage 6,450. Indoor fitting and teaching center available using GC Quad. Green fees • Dynamic pricing. Check website for rates. Discounts • All seniors (50 and over) and Veterans 10 percent discount off rack rate. Directions • US 54 south to West 19th Street. Phone • 573-392-4172 21. EMERALD GREENS Course is closed. 22. FAMILY GOLF Course • 9 holes, par 27, yardage 1,124 Green fees • $11 for 9 holes, $15 for 18 holes weekdays; $12/$16 weekends. Cart • $10 for 9 holes. Discounts • Seniors (60 and over): $10 for 9 holes, $14 for 18 holes Monday-Friday; $11/$15 weekends. Directions • Marshall Road, 2½ miles east of 141 and 1½ miles south of Big Bend Phone • 636-861-2500 23. FLORISSANT GOLF CLUB Course • 18 holes, par 72, yardage 6,509 Green fees • 18 holes w/ cart $36 during week, $39 on weekends. Senior rate is $29 for weekdays and weekends. Discounts • Resident discounts available Directions • Hwy. 270 westbound, go north on Old Halls Ferry and turn left at the Walgreens, course half-mile. Hwy. 270 eastbound, go north on Lindbergh (Hwy. 67) exit for five miles and turn right on Old Halls Ferry for quarter-mile. Leagues • Senior scramble on Thursday Phone • 314-741-7444

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Course • 18 holes, plus 9-hole executive course. Par 72, yardage 6,549. Par 27, 1,300 yards. Practice range available. Foot golf available. Green fees • $27 for 18 holes; Saturday and Sunday $46 for 18 holes; Prices do not include tax. Discounts • Senior discounts available weekdays. Twilight rates available. Lowest rates can be found at eaglesprings.com. Directions • Hwy. 367 north from I-270, turn left at second light on Redman Road, ½ mile on right, 2575 Redman Road Leagues • Men, women, couples and juniors. Phone • 314-355-7277


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Public Rates: $28 Monday-Friday for 18 holes (Includes $22 cart fee and $6 green fee) $20 Monday-Friday for 9 holes (Includes $14 cart fee and $6 green fee) $38 Weekends/Holidays for 18 holes (Includes $25 cart fee and $13 green fee) $22 Weekends/Holidays for 9 holes (Includes $18 cart fee and $4 green fee) Senior / Junior Rates: $25 Monday-Friday for 18 holes (Includes $22 cart fee and $3 green fee) $17 Monday-Friday for 9 holes (Includes $14 cart fee and $3 green fee) $35 Weekends/Holidays for 18 holes (Includes $25 cart fee and $10 green fee) $20 Weekends/Holidays for 9 holes (Includes $18 cart fee and $2 green fee) Honor Rates for all Military, Veterans, & First Responders: Greens fees are waived for all military, veterans and emergency first responders. Cart fees are... $22 Monday-Friday for 18 holes cart fee $14 Monday-Friday for 9 holes cart fee $25 Weekends/Holidays for 18 holes cart fee $18 Weekends/Holidays for 9 holes cart fee

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morning), couples (every other Friday evening) and company league play. Phone • 636-479-4101

38. NORMAN K. PROBSTEIN — 46. PHEASANT RUN FOREST PARK Course • 18 holes, par 71, Course • 18 holes, with lights, yardage 4,972-6,443 Course • Three 9-hole courses, par 57, yardage 3,210. Green fees • $28 Mondaypars are all 35; Hawthorne Green fees • $28 MondayFriday for 18 holes; $19 2,805 yards, Dogwood 2,800, 31. LAKE VALLEY Friday for 18 holes with cart, Monday-Friday for 9 holes; Redbud 2,954 $18 for 9 holes; $34 weekends Course • 18 holes, par 72, $38 Weekends/Holidays for 18 Green fees • Check website and nights for 18 holes, $20 for yardage 6,373 holes; $22 Weekends/Holidays for tee times and up-to-date 9 holes. Green fees • $68 Mondayfor 9 holes rates. Call pro shop for more Discounts • Seniors (55 and Thursday with cart for 18 holes; information. Online booking Discounts • Senior rates: $25 over) and junior (under 16): $22 $79 Friday-Sunday with cart for for tee times also available on Monday-Friday for 18 holes; Monday-Friday, $28 weekends 18 holes website. Tee times can be made and nights for 18 holes with $17 Monday-Friday for 9 holes; Discounts • Twilight rates a week in advance. $35 Weekends/Holidays for 18 cart, $18/$20 walking; $14 available. Discounts • Check website for holes; $20 Weekends/Holidays for 9 holes with cart, $12 Directions • I-44 to exit 135. up-to-date rates. for 9 holes. Greens fees are walking Monday-Friday, $18 for Directions • Northwest corner waived every day for all military, Take Hwy F to Hwy BB and righ weekends for 9 holes, $12/$14 ont MO5 N. Take US 54 exti of Forest Park, go north on veterans and emergency first walking for 9 holes. Skinker and east on Forsyth, responders but cart fees apply. toward Osage Beach. Right on Directions • From I-70: Go Blair Ave. course is on left side, 6141 Directions • 270 to Highway 30 south on Highway K, make a Phone • 573-346-7218 Lagoon west for 13.3 miles, left on MM right on Waterford Crossing, Phone • 314-367-1337 and an immediate right on Dulin 32. LANDINGS AT SPIRIT first left after the school. From Creek Road for two miles 39. NORMANDIE Highway 40: Go north on K, Course • 18 holes, par 72, Phone • 636-671-0447 make left on Waterford Crossing Course is closed. yardage 4,413-6,788 25. FOURCHE VALLEY Leagues • Women (Tuesday Green fees • $42.91, plus tax, 40. OAK VALLEY GOLF night and Wednesday morning), Course • 9 holes, par 36, Monday through Thursday; COURSE AND RESORT men (Wednesday night). yardage 3,375 $47.49, plus tax, Friday; $56.66, Course • 18 holes, par 72, Senior skins game on Thursday Green fees • $20 for 9 holes, plus tax, Saturday, Sunday and yardage 6,560 morning and men’s skins game $30 for 18 holes, weekdays, holidays; prices include cart. Green fees • Visit our website on Thursday evening. $25/$35 weekends, carts Discounts • Seniors (60 and for best possible rates Phone • 636-379-0099 included. over), $34.66, plus tax, includes Discounts • Visit our website Discounts • Seniors (60 cart, Monday-Friday. Junior 47. POINTE ROYAL VILLAGE for best possible rates and over), juniors (under rates Monday through Friday, Directions • I-55 to Exit 180, Course • 18 holes, par 71, 18), veterans with IDs: $16 with twilight and super twilight East on Highway Z, right on yardage 6,067 for 9 holes, $26 for 18 holes, rates. Teamster Lake Camp Rd., left on Green fees • $75.99 for 18 holes, weekday, carts included. Directions • If you’re going Abbey Lane to the course. $65.99 after 11 a.m., $49.99 at Directions • Highway 21 south east on 40, exit at Chesterfield Leagues • Leagues now forming twilight to Potosi, west on Highway 8 for Airport Road, turn left at Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, 10 miles Discounts • Military IDss will Phillips 66 station and follow Thursday afternoon/evening. Leagues • Men, women and receive a $5 discount Old Olive to Eatherton Road, Phone • 636-475-4474 mixed Directions • US 65 to left on turn left at the entrance sign. Phone • 573-438-7888 41. OLD KINDERHOOK MO-76 Main Street exit, left If going west on Hwy. 40, exit on Fall Creek Road, left onto 26. HOLIDAY HILLS Course • 18 holes, par 71, at Long Road, turn right at MO-165 South, left onto Pointe yardage 6,726 Wildhorse Creek Road, then turn Course • 18 holes, par 68, Royale Green fees • $85 Mondayright at Eatherton Road yardage 5,822 Leagues • Men’s (Wednesday) Thursday with cart for 18 holes; Leagues • A variety of leagues Green fees • $55 for 18 holes Phone • 866-334-4477 $105 Friday-Sunday with cart are offered throughout the with cart. After 11 a.m., $45. for 18 holes. July-August is $99 48. QUAIL CREEK Directions • US 65 south to the week. for weekend play. Phone • 636-728-1927 MO-248/Branson Landing exit. Course • 18 holes, par 72, Discounts • Twilight (after Keep left on Branson Landing E 33. LEAD BELT yardage 6,980 p.m.) $59 Monday-Thursday 2 onto Red Route/Veterans Blvd. Green fees • $30 weekdays and $75 Friday-Sunday. Check Course • 9 holes, par 36, to MO-76 East, right onto E. for 18 holes with cart; $48 website for online specials. yardage 3,190 Rockford Dr. weekends; $26 weekdays for 9 Directions • I-44 to exit 135. Green fees • $28 for 18 holes Phone • 417-334-4840 holes, $34 on weekends. Take Hwy F to Hwy BB and righ with cart, $20 to walk 18 holes, 27. INCLINE VILLAGE Discounts • Twilight after ont MO5 N. Take US 54 exit $18 for 9 holes with cart, $12 to 1 p.m., $25 for 9 holes toward Osage Beach. Right on Course • 18 holes, par 71, walk 9 holes. weekdays. Saturdays and Old Fifty Four Rd. yardage 6,008 Directions • I-55 to Festus to Sundays after 1 p.m., $35 and Phone • 573-346-4444 Green fees • $32 weekdays for Hwy. 67 south to the Bonne $28. 18 holes with cart, $22 for 9 Terre exit, left off ramp to Berry 42. OSAGE NATIONAL Directions • South of 270 on holes: $42/$25 weekends. Road right to golf course Course • 27 holes, 3 par-72 Tesson Ferry for 2½ miles, turn Discounts • Seniors (55 and Phone • 573-358-3573 18-hole combinations. Yardage left on Wells Road for threeover): $26 weekdays for 18 7,150. quarter mile holes, $18 for 9 holes with cart. 34. LINKS AT DARDENNE Green fees • Dynamic pricing Leagues • Women’s on Twilight on Monday after 1 p.m., Course • 18 holes, par 72, throughout the season. Thursday. $22 for 18 holes with cart. yardage 4,900-6,500 Directions • I-70 to US 54 west. Phone • 314-487-1988 Directions • 70 west to Green fees • $42 MondayLeft on Osage Hills Rd. Foristell, Exit. 203, turn north Friday before 1 p.m. 18 holes 49. RAINTREE Phone • 573-365-1950 for one mile and turn left on with cart; after 1 p.m. $35 for 18 Course • 18 holes, par 72, 43. PARADISE VALLEY Dietrich Road for three miles holes with cart, $57 Saturdays, yardage 5,903 Leagues • Senior (Monday Course • 18 holes, par 70, Sundays and holidays before Green fees • $35 Monday-Friday morning two-person scramble yardage 6,169 1 p.m. 18 holes with cart, for 18 holes with cart, $38 55 and over); In-house twoGreen fees • $28 weekdays for between 1-3 p.m. $44 for 18 weekends; $24 Monday-Friday person scramble summer series 18 holes with cart, $22 for 9 holes with cart, after 3 p.m. $35 for 9 holes with cart, $26 on last Sunday of every month, holes. Senior rates are $26/$21. for 18 holes with cart. weekends. women (Tuesday morning), men Weekends: $40 for 18. $26 for Discounts • Seniors (55 and (Tuesday evening). Discounts • Seniors: (60 and nine before noon, $24 after. over): $35 Monday-Friday 18 Phone • 636-463-7274 up) and juniors (18 and under): Discounts • Check website or holes with cart, $57 Saturdays, call the clubhouse for specials. $29 with cart for 18 Monday28. INDIAN ROCK Sundays and holidays before Directions • I-44 to 141 and Friday only, $20 for 9 with cart. 1 p.m. After 5 p.m., $25. Course • 18 holes, par 72, turn south to Meramec Station Directions • I-270 South to Hwy. Directions • Take 70 west to yardage 6,380 Road. Turn right and follow 21 south. right onto Mo. Hwy. B, Hwy K south, to south outer Green fees • $44 MondayOuter Road west. Follow signs to right on Plantation Drive. Thursday with cart for 18 holes; road, turn right into subdivision. entrance Leagues • Men (Tuesday and $52 Friday-Sunday with cart for If you take 40 west take Hwy K Leagues • Men, women and Thursday); women (Tuesday and north to Route N. 18 holes. juniors. Wednesday). Phone • 636-978-7173 Discounts • $32 for 18 holes Phone • 636-225-5157 Phone • 636-789-4466 after 2 p.m. 35. MERAMEC LAKES 44. PERRYVILLE 50. RIDGE AT THE LODGE OF Directions • US 54 to MO 242 Course • 18 holes, par 71, FOUR SEASONS Course • 9 holes, par 35, exit, left on MM, left on TT to yardage 6,432 yardage 2,982 HWY F. Right on MO-5 N, right Course • 18 holes, par 72, Green fees • $20 for 18 holes Green fees • Weekdays, 18 on Hwy O to Indian Lake Ave. yardage 6,447 weekdays, $16 for 9 holes holes, $30, 9 holes, $17 (after Leagues • Men (Thursday Green fees • $59 Mondayweekdays, $25 for 18 holes evening, Wednesday morning), 11 a.m., $16.) Weekends, 18 Thursday with cart for 18 holes; weekends and holidays, $20 for women (Tuesday morning) and holes, $40 (after 11, $30), 9 9 holes weekends and holidays. $79 Friday-Sunday with cart for couples (Monday evening). holes $22 (after 11, $20) Cart • $7 per person for 9 holes, 18 holes 9-hole stroke play league on Discounts • Weekdays for Directions • US 54 to Alt Rte US $10 per person for 18 holes. Tuesday. seniors and juniors, 18 holes, Hwy 54/Bagnell Dam Blvd, right Discounts • SEMO seniors cards Phone • 573-372-3023 $30; 9 holes, $16. After 3 p.m., on Horsehoe Bend Pkwy., right Directions • I-55 south to $20 for 18, $12 for 9. 29. INNSBROOK RESORT on Duckhead Rd, right on Willow Highway 51, Exit 129. Head Directions • 20 miles west of Ridge Rd. Course • 18 holes, par 70, east on 51 for quarter-mile, Six Flags on I-44 to exit. 239 and Phone • 573-365-8600 yardage 6,527 turn right at Burger King (Alma then five miles south on Hwy. 30 Green fees • Dynamic pricing: Road), go three-quarter mile Leagues • Women (Tuesday), Check website or app for up-to- two-man senior scramble and turn left on Big Spring Blvd date rates. Leagues • Men (Tuesday, (Tuesday), men (Thursday) Discounts • Check website for Thursday nights) and couples Phone • 636-629-0900 discount rates. (Monday night). Open ages 36. MISSOURI BLUFFS GOLF Directions • Hwy. 64/70 to 55 and older on Wednesday CLUB Wright City, exit 200, go south morning. on Hwy. F for five miles on left Phone • 573-547-8036 Course • 18 holes, par 71, Leagues • Men, women, mixed 45. PEVELY FARMS yardage 7,047 and seniors Green fees • Dynamic pricing. Course • 18 holes, par 72, Phone • 636-928-3366 Check website for more yardage 7,067 30. JOACHIM information. Green fees • Rates vary from Phone • 636-939-6494 $36-$71 for 18 holes; 9 holes Course • 9 holes, par 36, after 2 p.m. Monday through yardage 3,072 37. MOUNTAIN TOP Friday, $30. Check website for Green fees • $19 for 9 holes Course • 13 holes, par 39, rates. with cart weekdays, $29 for 18 yardage 1,912 Discounts • Seniors: $35 holes; $22 for 9 holes with cart Green fees • $60, April through Monday-Wed.; $41 Thursdayweekends, $32 for 18 holes. October; $50, Nov. through Friday. Twilight rates available. Discounts • Senior (60 and Directions • I-44 west of I-270 over): $25 for 18 holes with cart March. Discounts • Local military and to Lewis Road, exit 266, follow every day. Membership rates senior discounts signs to 400 Lewis Road available. Directions • I-44 South to Leagues • Open leagues Directions • I-55 south to Monday for men and women, Herculaneum, Exit 90, turn left US-65 in Springfield. Take Exit 82A from I-44. Follow US-65 to men Thursday evening and to Scenic Drive and turn left women Friday morning. Branson Creek Blvd. Leagues • Men (Thursday Phone • 636-938-7000 evening), women (Tuesday Phone • 417-339-5420

51. RIVERSIDE Course • 18 holes and a 9-hole par 3, pars 69/27, yardage 5,505/948 Green fees • $22 for 18 holes with cart weekdays and $28 on weekends; $18 for 18 holes to walk weekdays, $22 weekends. $9 to walk Par 3 course weekdays, $10 to walk Par 3 course on weekends. Discounts • Twilight rates start after 3 p.m.: $20 for 9 holes with cart, $25 for 18 holes. During the week, $15 for 9, $20 for 18. Directions • Yarnell Road between I-44 and Gravois Road on the west side of the Meramec River Leagues • Women (Tuesday and Friday), couples (Monday), Metro Senior (Wednesday) and Thursday, Senior 2-man scramble. Phone • 636-343-6333 52. ROLLING HILLS — MISSOURI Course • 18 holes, par 71, yardage 6,590 Green fees • $45 with cart for 18 holes Discounts • Twilight (after 2 p.m.), $25. Directions • Northeast of Versailles on Highway 5, one mile north of the junction of Highway 5 and Highway 52 Phone • 573-378-5109 53. RUTH PARK Course • 9 holes, par 35, yardage 3,029 Green fees • Non-resident: $13 weekdays, $15 weekends. Resident: $11 weekdays, $12 weekends. Cart • $8 per person. Discounts • $28 for all day play weekdays before 3 p.m. (cart included). Senior rates available. Junior rates $9. Play all day resident weekday before 3 p.m. $28. Directions • East on Olive Street from 170, first stop light is McKnight and turn left to Old Bonhomme, quarter-mile on left Phone • 314-727-4800

Leagues • Men, women and senior. Two-person senior scramble (Thursday mornings). Phone • 636-397-2227 56. STE. GENEVIEVE Course • 18 holes, par 72, yardage 6,053 Green fees • $35 MondayThursday with cart, $39 weekends, $25/$30 for 9 holes with cart. Discounts • Seniors (60 and over): $28 Monday-Thursday, $35 weekends. Twilight rate every day after 2 p.m.: $25 includes cart. Directions • I-55 south to exit 150. West on Highway 32 for 1 ½ miles to Zell Road and make a right, go half-mile Phone • 573-883-2949 57. SUGAR CREEK Course • 18 holes, par 70, yardage 6,403 Green fees • $24 weekdays for 18 holes with cart, $15 for nine holes; $34,$17. Discounts • Seniors: $20 for 18 holes with cart Monday-Friday. Directions • 6½ miles west of 270 on Highway 30 (Gravois). Turn left on Little Brennan Road. Road dead ends, turn right, course ½ mile on left. Leagues • Tuesday, senior scramble. Sunday, couples league. Wednesday and Thursday, men’s league. Phone • 636-677-4070 58. SULLIVAN GOLF COURSE Course • 18 holes, par 71, yardage 6,200 Green fees • $27 for 18 holes Monday through Friday. Senior rate (55 and older) $22. Weekend rates are $37. Directions • I-44 west to first Sullivan exit, 185, go south to East Vine Street and turn right for a quarter-mile. Leagues • Women (Tuesday evening) and men (Wednesday evening). Charity events are available daily. Phone • 573-468-5803 59. SUN VALLEY

Course • 18 holes, par 71, yardage 6,607, includes 720Course • 9 holes, par 34, yard, par 6 hole named The yardage 2,360-2,735 Beast. Green fees • Nonresident: $13 Green fees • $24.99 for 9 holes Monday-Friday, (6-8 a.m.), $29.99 (8-11 a.m.), $14 on weekends. Residents $27.99 (11 a.m.-3 p.m.), $10/$11. $23.99 (3-7 p.m.) MondayCart • $6 per person to ride Friday; $32.99 (6-8 a.m.), cart; pull carts $2. $36.99 (8-11 a.m.), $34.99 Discounts • Seniors $12 for 9 holes weekdays, $13 weekends. (11 a.m.-3 p.m.), $29.99 (3-7 p.m.) weekends and Residents: $10 weekdays for holidays. Prices include cart. 9 holes, $11 weekends. Senior Discounts • Seniors (60 residents: $9 weekdays for 9 and over): $21.99 (6-8 a.m.), holes, $10 weekends. Rental $26.99 (8-11 a.m.), $24.99 clubs $8. (11 a.m.-3 p.m.) $22.99 (3-7 Directions • St. Charles Rock p.m,) Monday-Friday; $32.99 Road 10500 west and north on (6-8 a.m.), $36.99 (8-11 a.m.), Ashby for quarter-mile $34.99 (11 a.m.-3 p.m.), $29.99 Phone • 314-423-6400 (3-7 p.m.) weekends and 55. ST. PETERS holidays; all-day play special $39.99 for weekdays and $49.99 Course • 18 holes, par 70, for weekends. Kids 15 and yardage 6,019 under play free with each paid Green fees • $25 for 18 holes, adult weekdays anytime and $19 for 9 holes weekdays weekends after 11 a.m. Prices walking; $35/$23 weekends. include carts. From 10 a.m.-2 p..m., $34 on Directions • Highway 70 to weekdays, including cart; $42 weekends. Hwy. 79 north for 28 miles to Cart • $13 for 18 holes, $7 for 9 Elsberry, make left at Hwy. B, go holes. five miles to Hwy. W, course is Discounts • Seniors: $17 for 9 or half-mile on left. 18 holes, without cart weekdays, Leagues • Men’s league $21/$27 on weekends. Twilight on Tuesday in the day and rates available after 2 p.m.: Thursday nights. $30 weekdays with cart, $34 Phone • 573-898-2613 weekends with cart, unlimited 60. SUNSET HILLS play, based on availability. Directions • I-70 west to Exit Course is closed. 220 (Hwy. 79), go left across 61. SYCAMORE CREEK overpass through one stoplight, Course is closed. entrance on left 54. ST. ANN

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Missouri courses 62. THE OAKS AT LAKE OF THE OZARKS Course • 18 holes, par 71, 3,481-6,432; 9-hole course also available. Green fees • Check website. Directions • I-70 to US 54 south. Right on KK, left on KK 14/ Pelican Dr. Left on Hawk Island Dr Phone • 573-348-8522 63. TAN-TAR-A OAKS Course is closed. 64. TAPAWINGO Course • 27 holes, three par-36 courses, 3,493-3,631 Green fees • $56 MondayFriday, $66 Saturday-Sunday, includes mandatory cart for 18 holes. Discounts • Seniors (60 and over) and women: $42 Monday-Friday for 18 holes includes cart. Twilight rates: $39 Monday-Friday after 2 p.m., $49 Saturday-Sunday after 2 p.m. Directions • 270 to Highway 30 west for 1 ½ miles and make right on West Watson for one mile. Phone • 636-349-3100

65. TERRE DU LAC Course • 9 hole course is Valley course, par 36, yardage 3,340; 18 hole course is Skyview course, par 72, yardage 6,2926,724. Green fees • $30 for 18 holes Monday — Friday with cart; 9 holes $24 with cart, Saturdays, Sundays, holidays, 18 holes $40 Saturdays, Sundays, holidays. Cart • $14 for 18 holes, $7 for 9 holes. Discounts • Twilight rates after 2 p.m., weekdays $25, weekend $30, Seniors (55 and over): $25 for 18 holes with cart weekdays, $30 weekends. Directions • I-55 south to Hwy. 67, west to Bonne Terre exit and take Hwy. 47 for five miles to flashing yellow light. Turn onto Terr du Lac and follow signs. Phone • 573-562-7091 66. THE FALLS Course • 18 holes, par 71, yardage 6,510 Green fees • $42 weekdays Monday-Thursday; $45 on Friday. Weekends: $56 before 11 a.m., $47 after 11 a.m., $40 after 2 p.m. Discounts • Seniors: $35 Monday-Friday. Directions • O’Fallon; Hwy. 70 west to Bryan Road south, turn

east on Mexico Road and left on Turtle Creek Drive or Hwy. 64 west to WInghaven Blvd. north, Winghaven turns into Bryan Rd. (approx 1.5 miles), turn east on Mexico Rd. and left on Turtle Creek Dr. Phone • 636-240-4653 67. THE HIGHLANDS — FOREST PARK Course • 9 holes, par 34, yardage 2,656. Par 3 course will be available sometimes. Green fees • $25 MondayFriday for 9 holes with cart, $17 walking; $26 weekends for 9 holes with cart, $18 walking. Driving range available. Discounts • Seniors (55 and over) with purchase of $13 card: $18 for 9 holes with cart $13 to walk. Juniors 16 and under are free with full-paying adult. Directions • Southeast corner of Forest Park Phone • 314-531-7773 68. THE QUARRY AT CRYSTAL Springs Course • 18 holes, par 70, yardage 6,590 Green fees • $46 for 18 holes Monday through Thursday, $47 for 18 holes on Fridays; $54 for 18 holes weekends, carts included. $28 for 9 holes, $30 on weekends. Driving range

available. Discounts • For seniors (over 55) and ladies: $40 Monday through Thursday, $40 on Fridays and $49 on weekends. Twilight rates after 1 p.m.: $36 Monday through Thursday, $36 on Fridays and $40 on weekends. Directions • I-70 west onemile past I-270, take Maryland Heights Expy south and left on Marione Ave., left at entrance Phone • 314-514-0154


holes with cart; Twilight (after noon): $28 Monday-Friday for 18 holes with cart, $40 weekends for 18 holes with cart, $35 from 12-2 p.m. and $31 after 2 p.m. Directions • I-255 across Jefferson Barracks Bridge to Columbia exit, left on Palmer Road, left on Old Route 3 and right on AA Road. Leagues • Women (Wednesday morning), senior (50 and over) two-man scramble (Monday morning). Phone • 618-286-4455

Poplar Street Bridge south on Route 3 for three miles to Route 157 and turn left for four miles and then right on 160 for 1½ miles and then left on Eiler Road for .3 mile Phone • 618-538-5826

rates available. Directions • I-70 west to Course is closed. Wentzville Parkway and make 72. WARRENTON a left, make a right on South Course • 18 holes, par 70, Service Road and a left on yardage 5,573-5,854 Hepperman for 1½ miles Green fees • $26 weekday for 18 Leagues • Men (Wednesday holes, $14 for 9 holes; $31/$17 night) and women (Monday weekends. All rates include morning). cart. Walking, 9 holes, $9.50; 18 Two-person scramble Monday holes, $17. Weekend walking, night. Men’s leagues on Tuesday, $12.50 for 9 holes; $22 for 18. Wednesday and Thursday. Discounts • Seniors (60 and Phone • 636-332-0500 over): $22 for 18 holes, $12 for 9, includes cart, weekdays only. 69. THOUSAND HILLS 74. WOLF HOLLOW Weekdays, $7.50 for 9, walking; Course • 18 holes, par 66, $18 walking, $13. Course • 18 holes, par 71, yardage 3,601-5,111 Directions • I-70 to Warrenton yardage 6,763 men, 4,913 Green fees • $69 for 18 holes exit, south on Highway 47 for women before 1 p.m., $59 after 1 p.m. 4½ miles Green fees • $40 MondayDiscounts • $10 discount for Leagues • Men, women, Friday for 18 holes with cart, $19 seniors/military. seniors. Two-person scramble for 9 holes; $50/$26 weekends Directions • US 65 to left on on Thursday mornings. with cart. MO-76 Main Street exit, left Phone • 636-456-8726 Discounts • Seniors (55 and on Fall Creek Road, Right on 73. WENTZVILLE over): $27 Monday-Friday with Wildwood Drive South Phone • 800-864-4145 Course • 18 holes, par 71, cart for 18 holes; $15 for 9 holes yardage 6,344 with cart. Preferred player and 70. TOP OF THE ROCK Green fees • $41 Monday-Friday twilight rates available. Course • 9 holes, par 27, for 18 holes, $24.50 for 9 holes; Directions • I-44 west to Exit yardage 1,420 Weekends: $55 before 11 a.m., 251. Go straight through the Green fees • $135 with cart for 9 51.50 11 a.m.-1 p.m., $37 after stoplight for 4½ miles and look holes; Nov. through March, $115. 1 p.m., $27 after 3 p.m. Rates for signs. Directions • US 65 S to MO-86 include cart. Leagues • Tuesday night men’s W. to Ridgedale Rd to Top of the Discounts • Seniors (55 and league Rock Rd over): $35 with cart MondayPhone • 636-390-8100 Phone • 800-225-6343 Friday for 18 holes. Twilight

Illinois courses Leagues • Senior and couples $13 weekends for 9 holes walkscrambles ing, $14 Monday-Friday for 18 Course • 18 holes, par 72, yardPhone • 618-931-5232 holes to walk, $16 weekend for age 6,727 18 holes to walk. Green fees • $32 weekdays, $42 4. BELK PARK Cart • $8 for 9 holes weekends for 18 holes includ- Course • 18 holes, par 72, yardDiscounts • Thursday, $25 with ing cart. age 6,827 cart for 9 holes with two peoDiscounts • Seniors (50 and Green fees • $30 for 18 holes ple; Friday, $50 foursomes for over), $25 weekdays; see web- on weekdays, $40 weekends, 9 holes with cart site for specials. including cart. Directions • I-64 east to NashDirections • Route 3 south to Cart • Carts are mandatory on ville exit and go north for 20 Waterloo, right on 156 for 200 weekends before noon and durmiles. yards and left on Lakeview to ing outings. Leagues • Seniors (Tuesday Warburg, make right on Ahne Discounts • Seniors (55 and mornings) and men (Wednesday Road, 300 yards on right. over) and women $25, Tuesday- afternoon) Leagues • Men’s, senior, couples Friday. $22 on Monday. Twilight Phone • 618-594-2758 Phone • 888-922-2676 rates: weekends $30 at noon, $20 after 3 p.m. weekdays: $25 7. CHESTER 2. ANNBRIAR at noon, $20 after 3 p.m., all you Course • 9 holes, par 36, yardCourse • 18 holes, par 72, yard- can play. age 3,598 age 6,863 Directions • I-255 north to Hwy. Green fees • $30 for 18 holes Green fees • $55 Monday-Fri- 143, make a left and then at the with cart; $25 for 9 holes with day, $70 weekends for 18 holes, third light turn right on Wesly cart. includes cart; $30 Monday-Fri- Blvd., go one block and turn right Discounts • Memberships availday, $40 weekends for 9 holes. on Rock Hill Road for 1½ miles. able. Discounts • Seniors (60 and Leagues • Individual open league Directions • Two miles north of over), $45 Monday-Friday. Twi- on Thursday, men’s laborer’s Chester on Route 3 North. light after 1 p.m., $46 Monday- league and women’s two-person Leagues • Men, women and seFriday, $51 weekends; Twilight on Tuesday, senior scramble (50 nior. after 3:30 p.m.: $30 Monday- and over two-person) Thursday Phone • 618-826-3168 Friday, $33 weekends. Weekday morning. 8. CLINTON HILL ladies and military, $45. Phone • 618-251-3115 Directions • 9½ miles south Course is closed. on Route 3 from Jefferson Bar- 5. BENT OAK racks Bridge, right on HH Road Course • 9 holes, par 36, yard- 9. CLOVERLEAF for two miles and left on Gall age 3,070 Course • 18 holes, par 70, yardRoad Green fees • $20 on Monday, age 4,877-5,721 Leagues • Men (Tuesday eve- $22 Tuesday-Thursday for 9 Green fees • Weekdays $22 for ning), women (Tuesday morn- holes with cart, $24 weekends 18 holes with cart, $28 on weeking, Wednesday evening) and for 9 holes with cart; $29/30 for ends. For 9 holes, $15 for weekcouples (Sunday evening). days, $17 weekends. 18 holes. Phone • 888-939-5191 Cart • Carts are $8 for 9 holes. Discounts • After 1 p.m. weekDiscounts • Seniors (60 and days, $16 for 18 holes, $10 for 9; 3. ARLINGTON over): Monday-Friday $17 for 9 On weekends, before 1 p.m., $28 Course • 18 holes, par 72, yard- holes with cart, $22 for 18 holes for 18 holes, after 1 p.m., $20. age 6,907 with cart on weekends; Monday, Directions • I-255 to Fosterburg Green fees • $35 for 18 holes, play all day $20 with cart. Road, turn left, course half-mile $25 for 9 holes Monday-Friday, Directions • I-64 east to Route Leagues • Tuesday morning includes cart. $43 for 18 holes, 50 east to the Breese exit and women. $26 for 9 holes, weekends, in- watch for signs. Phone • 618-462-3022 cludes cart. Leagues • Men (Tuesday and Discounts • Seniors, 18 holes Thursday nights), seniors 10. COLUMBIA with a cart, $27; 9 holes with (Wednesday morning), women Course • 18 holes, par 71, yardcart, $20. Twilight, weekdays, (Wednesday night). age 5,970 $25; Super-twilight (after 2:30), Phone • 618-526-8181 Green fees • $34 Monday-Friday $22. Twilight, weekends, $29; for 18 holes with cart for non6. CARLYLE LAKE Super-twilight, $22 seniors; $40 weekends for 18 Directions • I-55/70 east, left on Course • 9 holes, par 36, yard- holes with cart; $22/$25 for 9 Hwy. 111 for four miles, right on age 3,309 with driving range and holes with cart. Horseshoe Lake Road and first practice facility Discounts • Seniors (55 and left is Arlington Drive Green fees • $12 Monday-Friday, over): $28 Monday-Friday for 18 1. ACORNS

11. COLUMBIA BRIDGES Course • 18 holes, par 72, yardage 6,676 Green fees • $34 Monday-Friday for 18 holes with cart, nonseniors; $40 weekends for 18 holes with cart; $22/$25 for 9 holes with cart. Discounts • Seniors (55 and over): $28 Monday-Friday for 18 holes with cart; Twilight (after noon): $28 Monday-Friday for 18 holes with cart, $40 weekends for 18 holes with cart, $35 from noon-2 p.m. and $31 after 2 p.m. On Sunday, four can play for $140 from 9 a.m.-noon and for $120 from noon-2 p.m. Directions • I-255 across Jefferson Barracks Bridge to Dupo exit 9, right on Route 3 for quartermile, left on Mule Road, right on Columbia Bridges Drive. Leagues • Women (Wednesday morning); Two-man open scramble starts at 9 a.m. Friday. Phone • 618-281-3900 12. ELMWOOD Course • 9 holes, par 36, yardage 3,030 Green fees • $25 for 18 holes with cart Monday-Friday, $15 for 18 holes walking; $15 for 9 holes Monday-Friday with cart, $10 for 9 walking. Cart • $10 per person for 18 holes; $5 per person for 9 holes. Discounts • Seniors (55 and over): $20 for 18 holes with cart. Directions • Cross Jefferson Barracks Bridge 255 to Exit 13, turn left on 157 for two miles and then right on 160 for 1½ miles and left on Eiler Road for .3 mile. From

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13. FAIRFIELD Course is closed. 14. FAR OAKS Course • 18 holes, par 72, yardage 5,100-6,900 Green fees • Dynamic pricing: Check website for up-to-date rates. Discounts • Check website for all discounts. Sign up for promotions at faroaksgolf.com. Directions • I-64 east to Fairview Heights, Hwy. 159 north, go half-mile to Milburn School Road, right to Old Collinsville Road and left to golf course Phone • 618-628-2900 15. FOX CREEK Course • 18 holes, par 72, yardage 7,027. Course under new management. Green fees • $30 weekdays, $39 weekends with cart for 18; $17/$20 for 9 holes. Discounts • Seniors: $25 Monday-Thursday, $35 Friday-Sunday for 18 with cart. Military: $25 Monday-Thursday for 18 with cart, $35 weekends. Twilight, after 2 p.m.: $20 weekdays for 18 with cart, $25 weekends. Unlimited greens fee membership for weekdays $99. Directions • I-64/70/55 east, go north on I-255 and right on 143 for four miles to 159 and turn left for two miles Leagues • Monday night, junior league; Tuesday night, men’s and women’s; Wednesday, men’s; Thursday, seniors during the day, men’s at night. Friday, couples at night. Phone • 618-692-9400 16. GATEWAY NATIONAL

18. GRAND MARAIS Course is closed. 19. HICKORY RIDGE Course • 18 holes, par 72, yardage 6,863 Green fees • Non-resident: $31 weekdays, $34 weekends for 18 holes; $20/$22 for 9 holes. Price doesn’t include cart. Cart • $16 for 18 holes, $11 for 9 holes Discounts • Seniors (55 and over), Monday-Thursday: $34 for non-residents; $32 for residents. Twilight rates after 4 p.m. Directions • I-64 east, Hwy. 127 south to Nashville, Hwy. 13 east to Airport Road and make right turn to Glenn Road Leagues • Men, women and seniors Phone • 618-529-4386 20. INDIAN MOUNDS Course • 18 holes, par 59, yardage 3,381 Green fees • $17 for 18 holes with cart, $15 for 9 holes with cart, $14 for 18 holes to walk, $12 for 9 holes to walk. Discounts • Seniors (55 and over): $15 for 18 holes with cart, $13 for 9 holes with cart, $11 for 18 holes to walk, $9 for 9 holes to walk. Directions • I-55/70 to Fairmont City exit 6, south on Highway 111, left on Old Collinsville Road, right on Kingshighway (3500). Leagues • Women (Thursday morning), Men (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday). Couples on Friday evenings. Phone • 618-271-4000 21. INDIAN SPRINGS Course • 18 holes, par 71, yardage 6,264 Green fees • Monday, $25, 18 holes and cart. Tuesday, Two can play for $50. WednesdayThursday, $35 and $30 senior, after 11 a.m., $30, $25 for senior. Friday, Four can play for $100. Saturday and Sunday, Holidays, $45, $40 for seniors. After 11, $40 and $35. Twilight, Monday through Friday after 3, $25, weekends $30. Directions • I-70 east to Mulberry Grove, exit No. 52, left for nine miles to Hwy. 185 and left for 1½ mile. Leagues • Senior scramble (Monday), women (Wednesday), men (Thursday). Phone • 217-538-2392 22. LEGACY

Course • 18 holes, par 71, yardage 7,178 Green fees • Dynamic pricing: Check website for up-to-date rates. Discounts • Dynamic pricing can reduce standard rates significantly. Please check the website. Directions • From Poplar Street Bridge I-64/40 east to I-55/70 north to Route 203, Exit 4, to second stop light and turn left on Eagle Park Dr. and then imCourse • 18 holes, par 71, yardmediate left to course age 5,132-6,414 Phone • 618-482-4653 Green fees • Weekends, $36; 17. GOVERNORS RUN weekdays, $31. Nine holes, $23 Course • 18 holes, par 72, yard- on weekends, $21 on weekdays. age 4,570-7,072 Discounts • Seniors: $26 for 18 Green fees • $37 Monday-Friday holes with cart Monday-Friday, for 18 holes with cart, $41-45 $20 for 9. Twilight after 4 p.m. weekends with cart; $20/$27 for $25 with cart. Juniors (under 16) $5 walking only. 9 holes. Discounts • Seniors: $27 Mon- Directions • I-270 east to Hwy. day-Friday for 18 holes with cart. 111 south and turn west on PonTwilight: $27 after 3 p.m. Military toon Road and south on Cargil. Also, I-70 east to Hwy. 111 north is $27. Directions • I-64 east to Highway and turn west on Pontoon Road 50 East, exit 19B, to Highway 127, and south on Cargil. Leagues • Women (Monday turn left and make first right. Leagues • Monday morning, $30 night), two-person scramble two-person scramble; Friday (Tuesday night, Thursday morning). men’s league. Phone • 618-931-4653 Phone • 618-594-4585

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Illinois courses 23. LOCKHAVEN GOLF CLUB Course • 18 holes, par 72, yardage 4,833-6,679 Green fees • $18-$45, including cart. Discounts • Twilight up to 60 percent off. Seniors get 15 percent off. Directions • Highway 67 north to Alton. North on Illinois 100, right on to Lockhaven then left on Lawrenece Keller Drive. Leagues • Tuesday morning women, Wednesday morning seniors, Friday afternoon couples. Phone • 618-466-2441 24. MYSTIC OAK Course • 18 holes, par 72, yardage 6,358 Green fees • Dynamic pricing. Check website for more information. Discounts • Check website for discount information. Directions • South on Route 3, 15 miles past the JB Bridge and make left on Market in Waterloo and left Hamacher Road. Leagues • Men, women, couples, two-man scramble. Phone • 618-939-4646 25. NORTH COUNTY Course • 9 holes, par 35, yardage 2,503-2,842 Green fees • $9 for 9 holes, $12 for 18 holes Monday-Friday; weekends and holidays, $13 for 9 holes, $17 for 18 holes. Cart • $5 per person for 9 holes, $10 per person for 18 holes. Discounts • Seniors (55 and over): $12 for 9 holes MondayFriday including cart, $20 for 18 holes including cart. Directions • From St. Louis, Route 3 south to Red Bud. From Fairview Heights, Route 159 to Red Bud. Address, 703 West Market. Leagues • Women (Monday, 5 p.m.), men (Tuesday, 5 p.m.). Phone • 618-282-6590 26. OAK BROOK Course • 27 holes. Holes 1-18, par 71, yardage 6,641. Holes 19-27, par 36, yardage 3,190 Green fees • $33 Monday-Friday for 18 holes with cart, $22 for 9 with cart; $40/$23 on weekends. Discounts • Seniors (50 and over) and juniors (18 and under): $25 for 18 holes with cart; $14 to walk 18 holes; $21 for 9 holes with cart, $11 to walk 9 holes; family rates Friday, Saturday and Sunday after 2 p.m. Directions • From St. Louis, north on I-55 to Exit 23. Go east on 143 one mile to Staunton Road and make left. When road ends,

turn right on Fruit Road and go two miles. From Springfield, I-55 south to Route 4 and go south for nine miles to Fruit Road, large water tower, turn right for two miles. Leagues • Men (Monday through Thursday evenings), women (Wednesday morning and Thursday evening). Phone • 618-656-5600


Course • 27 holes; 6,861 yardage (1-18), 3,393 yardage (19-27). Stay and play packages available for on-site lodging. Green fees • Monday through Thursday, 9-with cart $27 / 18-w cart $48/ 27-w cart $70; Friday through Sunday, 18 with cart $55, 27 with cart $77. Discounts • Seniors / Junior / Twlight Directions • East on I-64 to I-57 27. ON THE HILL AT LEGION south, Exit 77 (Sesser), right on PARK Route 154, then first left on Larry Course • 9 holes, par 35, yard- Foster Parkway. Leagues • Men’s league age 2,652 Green fees • $13 for 9 holes Phone • 618-629-2353 walking, $18 with cart; $30 for 31. RIVER LAKES 18 holes with cart, $20 for 18 Course • 18 holes, par 70, yardholes walking. age 4,675-5,710 Discounts • Military discounts: Green fees • $20 for 18 holes $10 for 9 holes with cart. Mon- with cart on weekdays, $25 on day special: $15 for nine holes weekends. Discounts • Seniors: $19 each with cart. Directions • Illinois 157 across with cart Monday-Friday until 2 p.m. from Woodland Elementary Directions • Route 3 to ColumSchool bia, right on Palmer, right on DD Leagues • Men (Wednesday and right on Ramsey. and Thursday evening), seniors Phone • 618-281-6665 (Thursday morning), open scram- 32. ROCK SPRING ble two-person blind draw (SatCourse • 9 holes, par 35, yardurday morning 9 a.m.) age 2,886 Phone • 618-656-9774 Green fees • $27.50 for 18 holes weekdays with cart, $29 for 18 28. ORCHARDS holes weekends with cart; $18 for Course • 18 holes, par 71, yard- 18 holes Monday-Friday to walk, age 6,787. Two HD golf simulators $19.50 for 18 holes weekends to are available by booking online. walk, $17 for 9 holes weekdays Green fees • Check website for with cart, $18.50 for 9 holes on weekends. fees. Discounts • Check website for Discounts • Seniors (55 and over), students rates available. discount information. Directions • East on Broadway Directions • I-64 to O’Fallon/Shiin Alton and north on Washingloh exit 16, go south onto Green- ton, left on College Avenue for mount Road, six miles to course. half-mile and turn right on Rock Leagues • Check website for Spring Park. Phone • 618-465-9898 league information. Phone • 618-233-8921 33. ROLAND BARKAU MEMORIAL 29. PRAIRIES OF CAHOKIA

Course • 18 holes, par 71, yardage 6,490 Green fees • Dynamic pricing: Check website for best rates. Directions • I-255 to Exit 13 and go west on Highway 157 for halfmile, turn left on Cahokia Park Road all the way in the back. Or, Poplar Street Bridge to Route 3 south, go 2½ miles and make left on 157, go over overpass, one mile on right at Cahokia Park Rd. Leagues • Men Phone • 618-332-6944

Course • 18 holes, par 71, yardage 6,513 Green fees • Home of the playall-day rate: $35 weekdays, $26 for seniors and military, $45 on weekends. Directions • From Missouri, I-64 east to Exit 41, right to Waterworks Road, make right turn to course. From Illinois east, I-64 west to Exit 40, left to Waterworks Road and make right to course. Leagues • Men, women, seniors and couples. Phone • 618-243-6610

34. ROLLING HILLS — ILLINOIS Course • 18- and 9-hole courses, pars 7½9, yardage 5,731/1,297 Green fees • Nine-hole executive course as well. Check website for up-to-date rates. Discounts • Seniors Monday-Friday, $25. Juniors Monday-Friday, $15. Directions • I-270 to Hwy. 367 north. Left off Lewis and Clark Bridge in Alton onto Landmarks Blvd. (67 North) toward Godfrey. Hwy. 67 turns into Godfrey Road and turn left on Stamper Lane for one mile to Pierce Lane, turn right for 250 feet. Leagues • Monday-Friday leagues. Senior men (Friday morning) Senior scamble, Friday morning. Foot golf available. Phone • 618-466-8363


35. SPENCER T. OLIN Course • 18 holes, par 72, yardage 6,941; 9 holes, par 30, yardage 1,795 Green fees • Dynamic pricing: Check website for up-to-date rates. Directions • I-255 north to Route 140 exit, make a left, go 2½ miles and make a left into Gordon Moore Park and follow signs Phone • 618-465-3111


Course • 18 holes, par 72, yardage 4,924-6,960 Green fees • $33 Monday-Thursday for 18 holes, $20 for 9 holes; $36/$22 on Fridays, $41/$22 weekends. All rates include mandatory cart. Discounts • Seniors (55 and over): $29 Monday-Thursday for 18 holes with cart, $31 on Fridays and $41 on weekends. Twilight rate after 3 p.m.: $25 weekdays, $27 weekends. Directions • North I-55 to Staunton, Exit 41, and turn right, go 300 yards, make left on Frontage Road, after going under train viaduct, turn left and go back over I-55, course on right. Leagues • Men (Thursday night), Moose (Wednesday night). Phone • 618-635-4653

36. STONEWOLF Course • 18 holes, par 72, yardage 6,943 Green fees • Dynamic pricing: Check website for up-to-date rates. Discounts • Check website for discount information. Directions • I-64 east to Exit 12, Fairview Heights/Collinsville, turn left on Hwy. 159 and go 1½ miles to Stonewolf entrance on left Leagues • Ladies (Wednesday) and men (Monday, Tuesday and Thursday). Phone • 618-624-4653

Course • 18 holes, par 72, yardage 5,892-6,205 Green fees • $29 Monday-Friday for 18 holes with cart, $36 weekends; $20/$23 without cart. $19 for 9 holes with cart weekdays, $22 weekends; $15/$17 without cart. Discounts • Seniors (55 and over): $24 Monday-Friday for 18 holes with cart; 18 holes walking $18. For nine holes: $17 with cart, $14 walking. Every Sunday: 4 greens fees with cart for $128. Twilight rates after 1 p.m.: $25 with cart Monday-Friday, $29 weekends with cart. Tuesday after noon, 18 holes $22 with cart. Replay is $10 for 9, $15 for 18. Directions • Jefferson Barracks Bridge to Route 3 south, turn onto Highway 158 for three miles to Triple Lake Road and turn left for 2½ miles. Leagues • Senior two-person scramble (Wednesday morning), $26 per player. Call for starting time. Phone • 618-476-9985



Course • 18 holes, par 71, yardage 6,331 Green fees • $36 weekdays for 18 holes with cart, $23 for 9 holes weekdays; $45/$33 weekends Discounts • Seniors (55 and over) and military discount: $30 with cart weekdays. Daily after 2 p.m., $30 with cart. Directions • I-64 east to Exit 16, right on Greenmount, go quartermile, make left on Frank Scott Parkway, go one mile right on Cross Street, course 400 yards on right. Phone • 618-632-6666

Course • 9 holes, par 36, yardage 3,200 Green fees • $22 Thursday, all you can play with cart; $25 for 18 holes with cart Monday-Friday and $18 for 9 holes with cart Monday-Friday. Weekends $22 for 9 holes with cart, $30 for for 18 holes with cart. Discounts • Seniors (55 and over): $20 for 18 holes, $16 for 9 holes, includes cart MondayFriday. Directions • I-64 east to Hwy. 50 east, north on Route 127, eight miles north of Carlyle or 70 east

to Route 143 east, exit 30, to 127 south Leagues • Men (Wednesday night-drop in skins), Senior (twoperson scramble on first Friday of month), women (Tuesday nights) and couples (Friday nights). Phone • 618-749-5611 41. WOLVES CROSSING Course • 18 holes, par 71, yardage 6,028 Green fees • $27 Monday-Friday for 18 holes with cart, $35 weekend; $10 weekdays for 18 without cart, $16 weekends; $17 for 9 holes weekdays with cart. Discounts • Senior rates (60 and over): $24 for 18 holes MondayFriday with cart, $16 for 9 holes with cart. Directions • From Clark Bridge in Alton, take Hwy. 67 north 17 miles to Jerseyville. Go west two miles on Route 16 to Centennial Road and turn right for threequarter mile. Leagues • Men, women, mixed and seniors Phone • 618-498-3178 42. WOODLANDS Course • 18 holes, par 72, yardage 6,425 Green fees • $30 Monday-Friday for 18 holes with cart, $39 Saturday and Sunday. Discounts • Seniors (55 and over) & Military. Monday through Friday, $26, Weekends and Holidays, $35. Directions • I-255 north to Seminary Road, left to Harris, turn left at course Leagues • Senior Scramble, Ladies, Couples, Ringer League Phone • 618-462-1456 43. YORKTOWN Course • 18 holes, par 54, yardage 2,257 Green fees • $22 with cart for 18 holes everyday, $14 for 9 holes; $16 without cart for 18 holes, $10 for 9 holes. Discounts • Seniors (55 and over) and military: $20 with cart for 18 holes, $12 for 9 holes; $14 without cart for 18 holes, $8 for 9 holes. Directions • I-64 to Greenmount, right to Lebanon, right to Anderson and turn left Leagues • Senior (Monday and Wednesday morning), Men (Tuesday night), Women (Wednesday night), Couples (Thursday night) Phone • 618-233-2000


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CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENTS Date, Event/charity Course Contact (Note: Some tournaments have been canceled or pushed back due to the coronavirus pandemic)

3: Kids’ Chance Golf Tournament/Kids’ Chance of Missouri The Oaks Raintree CC 15: Kids’ Chance Golf Tournament/Kids’ Chance of Missouri The Legends


8: Cindann M. Bernat Cancer Awareness Orchards



29: High Ridge VFW 6516/Jefferson Barracks VA Hospital Deer Creek


314-584-6124, gballard@mgstl.org rachelmuethgolf@gmail.com, 314-484-6028

15: Tee Off For Life/Our Lady’s Inn Maternity Homes Greenbriar Hills Country Club 15: Make-A-Wish Classic presented by Clayco Norwood Hills CC

314-406-3022 314-754-5619, kwamefoundation.org

JUNE 14: Rachel Mueth Memorial Tournament Paradise Valley

Links at Dardenne

aaronhubbell.net / 314-229-7854

Sunset Country Club 314-993-4400, chaminade-stl.org Forest Hills CC


6: Kwame Foundation Tee off Fore Education TopGolf

14: Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce

ourladysinn.org, 314-736-1544


SEPTEMBER 5: Prince Hall Masons of Missouri Charitable Foundation Florissant 314-750-8250, phmomcf@gmail.com 14: LoveU2Pieces/Autism Golf Scramble Tapawingo


18: Ronald McDonald House of St. Louis The Legends 314-932-4116, amauer@rmhcstl.com, rmhcstl.com/scramble 21: Mother of Good Counsel Home

Glen Echo CC

314-383-4765, mheine@mogch.org

22: HEROS Golf Tournament/Backstoppers Tapawingo

www.ourchamber.com, 314-843-8545

25: HACEMOS Scholarship Classic

stlhacemos.com, stlhacemos@att.com

Pevely Farms

314-278-6292, mokan.wish.org/golfclassic

OCTOBER 2: Alan Green 4 Chesed/Big Brothers Big Sisters, McDonald House, other charities Landings at Spirit ag4chesed.org

JULY 17: Kenneth J. Rybicki Foundation


AUGUST 1: St. Charles Friends of Birthright

2: Aaron Hubbell Memorial/Friends of Kids With Cancer Pevely Farms Golf Club

8: Marygrove Golf Tournament


1: Clayton Pfeiffer Golf Tournament Gateway National


26: Chaminade Golf Tournament

Date, Event/charity



19: Top Golf Fore A Cure/American Cancer Society TopGolf


10: St. Louis Golf for the Cure

Eagle Springs


12: Dan McLaughlin Golf Tournament/Special Education Norwood Hills

314-394-7030, sef-stl.org/events


St. Louis District Golf Association

Gateway PGA Junior

Date: Event


April 19: Jack Geiss, Two-Man Team

Glen Echo Country Club

May 6: Wilson District Challenge

Lake Forest Country Club

May 13: Bob Cochran Mid-Am

Sunset Country Club

June 15-16: Hardin Junior Championship

Date: Event


April 19: Spring Event, JDT

Rolling Hills Golf Course

April 26: Spring Event

Woods Fort Golf Course

May 3: Patrick Fiore Memorial Tournament

St. Clair Country Club

May 9: Spring Event, JDT

Oakbrook Golf Club

Forest Hills Country Club

May 16: Spring Event

Columbia (Mo.) Country Club

June 10: Etzkorn Pro 3 Senior

The Legends Country Club

May 17: Spring Event

Jefferson City Country Club

July 16-19: Griesedieck Men’s

Persimmon Woods Golf Club

May 26-27: Two-Day

Gateway National Golf Club

June 1-2: Gateway Junior PGA Championship

Spencer T. Olin Golf Course

Aug. 7: Salomon Father and Son

Whitmoor Country Club

Aug. 19-20: Cassett Senior Championship

Bogey Hills Country Club

June 3: 18 Hole, 9 Hole, Tour Tune-Up June 4: 18 Hole, 9 Hole

Sept. 21-22: Jim Benson Memorial

Dalhousie Golf Club

June 5: 9 Hole

Oct. 17-18: Jim Jackson Invitational

Algonquin Golf Club

June 8-9: Two-Day

Forest Park/Hawthorn/Dogwood Arlington Greens Golf Course Creve Coeur Golf Course Crescent Farms Golf Course

June 10: 18 Hole, 9 Hole, Tour Tune-Up

USGA Qualifying Events

Aberdeen Golf Club

June 12: 9 Hole, JDT

Date: Event


May 4: U.S. Open Local Q

Spencer T. Olin Golf Club

June 22: U.S. Girls’ Junior Amateur Q

The Legends Country Club

June 22: U.S. Junior Amateur Q

The Legends Country Club

July 13-14: U.S. Amateur Q

Aberdeen Golf Club

Aug. 3: U.S. Senior Amateur Q

Bogey Hills County Club

Aug. 17: U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur Q

Ballwin Golf Club

Aug. 20: U.S. Mid-Amateur Q

Country Club of St. Albans

Sept. 28: 2021 U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Q

Crown Pointe Golf Club

Sept. 28: 2021 U.S. Women’s Amateur Four-Ball Q

Crown Pointe Golf Club

Missouri Golf Association — Men Date: Event


May 2-3: Four Ball Championship

Jefferson City Country Club

Ruth Park Golf Course

June 19: 9 Hole, JDT

Berry Hill Golf Course

June 22: 18 Hole, Tour Tune-Up June 23: 18 Hole, 9 Hole, Tour Tune-Up

Eagle Springs Golf Course

June 29: 18 Hole, 9 Hole, JDT

Woods Fort Golf Course

June 30-July 1: Two-Day

Heritage of Hawk Ridge Golf Course

July 3: 9 Hole, JDT

Creve Coeur Golf Course

July 6-7: Two Day July 8: 18 Hole, 9 Hole, Tour Tune-Up

Norwood Hills Country Club

Aug. 15-16: Four Ball Championship

Crown Pointe Golf Club

Aug. 29-30: Mid-Amateur Championship and JCCC Memorial Sept. 23-24: Senior Amateur Championship

Jefferson City Country Club Columbia (Mo.) Country Club

Oct. 24-25: Hieronymus Cup Matches (Invitation Only)

St. Joseph Country Club


May 27-28: Two Lady Scramble

Dalhousie Golf Club

July 6-8: Women’s Amateur and Mid-Amateur Championship July 27-28: Parent-Child Championship

The Club at Old Kinderhook The Club at Porto Cima

Aug. 2-4: Women’s Fore State Team (Invitation Only)

Canyon Farms Golf Course

Aug. 8-9: Missouri Par 3 Team Championship

Top of the Rock/Mountain Top

Sept. 15-16: Women’s Senior Amateur Championship

Ruth Park Golf Course Oakbrook Golf Club Lake Forest Country Club Forest Hills CC-Valley Course

July 16: 18 Hole, 9 Hole, Tour Tune-Up

Far Oaks Golf Club

July 17: 18 Hole, 9 Hole, JDT, Tour Tune Up

Rolling Hills Golf Course

July 20-21: Two-Day

Dalhousie Golf Club

July 22: 18 Hole, 9 Hole, Tour Tune-Up

Stonewolf Golf Club

July 23: 9 Hole, JDT

Ballwin Golf Course

July 24: 18 Hole, 9 Hole

Tamarack Golf Club

July 27-28: Two-Day

Greenbriar Hills Country Club

Other tournaments Date: Event

Missouri Golf Association — Women Date: Event

Glen Echo Country Club Gateway National Golf Club

July 9: 9 Hole, JDT

July 15: 9 Hole

Top of the Rock/Mountain Top

The Quarry at Crystal Springs

July 2: 9 Hole, JDT

July 13-14: Two-Day

Aug. 8-9: Missouri Par 3 Team Championship

Ballwin Golf Course

June 26: 18 Hole, 9 Hole, JDT

Ozarks National Golf Course

Dalhousie Golf Club

Sunset Hills Country Club

June 25: 9 Hole, JDT

June 23-28: Missouri Amateur Championship

Aug. 1-2: Southeast Missouri Amateur Championship

St. Louis Country Club Tapawingo National Golf Club

June 24-26: Gateway Junior Match Play Championship

July 10: 18 Hole, 9 Hole, JDT, Tour Tune-Up

The Club at Porto Cima

Pevely Farms Golf Club

June 18: 9 Hole, JDT

Persimmon Woods Golf Club

July 27-28: Parent Child Championship

Sunnyside Country Club

June 15: 18 Hole, 9 Hole, Tour Tune-Up

May 19-20: Senior Four Ball Championship

July 22-24: Stroke Play Championship

Pheasant Run Golf Course

June 13-14: Cobra/Puma Junior Cup Matches

Sedalia Country Club


May 3: Publinx Open

Forest Park

July 25-26: St. Louis City Championship

Forest Park

Metropolitan Amateur Golf Association Date: Event May 16-17: East Side Amateur May 30-31: Old Warson Cup June 9-10: Women’s Championship June 17-20: Open Championship June 27: 9-Hole Championship

Course Gateway National Golf Club Old Warson Country Club Greenbriar Hills Country Club Lake Forest Country Club Ballwin Golf Course

Gateway PGA Professional

June 29-30: Junior Championship

Westborough Country Club

Date: Event

July 6-7: Four-Ball Championship

Franklin County Country Club

Aug. 6-8: Amateur Championship

Meadowbrook Country Club

Aug. 24-25: Senior Championship

St. Clair Country Club


April 13: Assistants Pro-Am April 20: Stroke Play

Forest Hills Country Club 1 (Stableford) Winghaven Country Club

May 4: Pro Lady Pro-Am May 18-20: 2020 Match Play

Westborough Country Club

Sept. 12-13: Normandie Amateur

Glen Echo Country Club

Sept. 25: Thomas O. Sobbe Cup Final Four

Algonquin Country Club

St. Clair Country Club

Oct. 10-11: Southern Illinois Amateur

May 26: Stroke Play

2 The Legends Country Club

MAGA Amateur Series

June 8: Stroke Play

3 Gateway National

June 15: Dick Lotz Tower Tee Invitational

Date: Event

Green Hills Golf Club


Oakbrook--Tower Tee Tees

April 27: Event 1

4 Lake Forest Country Club

May 26: Event 2

Persimmon Woods

Pro 3 Senior Pro-Am

Winghaven Country Club

June 12: Event 3

Landings at Spirit Golf Club

July 6: Sterling Cut Glass Gateway Team Championship

Quincy (Ill.) Country Club

July 20: Event 4

St. Peters Golf Club

Aug. 14: Event 5

The Falls Golf Club

Sept. 11: Event 6

Sunset Hills Country Club

June 22: Stroke Play

July 13: Lincoln Land Championship — Open Qualifier July 20: Stroke Play 5 — Gateway PGA Invitational July 27: Stroke Play 36, 18 Holes (Closed) Aug. 3-4: Senior Gateway PGA Professional Championship

Annbriar and Gateway National Forest Hills Country Club Columbia (Mo.) Country Club Glen Echo Country Club

Aug. 10-11: Gateway Section PGA Professional Championship Persimmon Woods Country Club Aug. 24: Gateway PGA Pro-Am Aug. 31: Pro Senior, Pro Junior Two-Person Teams Sept. 8: National Car Rental Assistants Championship Sept. 22: Senior Match Play Championship (Year Long) Oct. 19-21: Lake Team Tournament

Dalhoussie Golf Club

Oct. 3-4: Championship

St. Clair Country Club

The Quarry at Crystal Springs

Accelerated Golf Tour Date: Event June 24-25 July 1-2

Course Aberdeen Golf Club Whitmoor Country Club

Multiple Courses

July 15-16

Annbriar Golf Course

St. Albans, Lewis and Clark

July 21-22

Missouri Bluffs

July 26-27

Bogey Hills Country Club

July 28-29

Dalhousie Golf Club

Sunset Hills Country Club Lake Valley Golf and Country Club

Aug. 3-4

Forest Hills Country Club



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