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You have our word on it – and you have Jack’s signature on it! Jack Nicklaus Signature golf. Stonewolf is more than a Jack Nicklaus designed course, which in and of itself is pretty impressive. This is a Jack Nicklaus Signature course. That means the man, the legend himself, Jack Nicklaus took an active hand in the total design and construction of this magnificent golf course. This is one of only four Jack Nicklaus Signature courses in Illinois and Missouri! Stonewolf features Zoysia grass tees and fairways and bent grass greens. A challenging round. But with five sets of tees, play is as easy or hard as you want . “This is a shot maker’s course,” says Stonewolf Pro Chris Nava. “Several of the holes have a lot of character – you’re not going to be hitting driver off the tee necessarily. The layup holes will require you to make two good approach shots. “Here you’ll find distinct bunkers – real “Nicklaus” bunkers! You will remember these bunkers for their shape, design, placement – everything!” Expanding our capabilities to better serve your needs. We’re spiffing up all of our facilities and expanding our capabilities to better serve you for outings, weddings, tournaments and any other event you’d like to hold here.
Sycamore Creek is the brainchild of the Kahrs family. It is built around their internationally known fish hatchery that has been owned and operated by the family for over 50 years. Having this much water in close proximity does add to the excitement of the course, but also adds to its uniqueness. So much care must be taken to keep the hatchery and the course in balance, chemicals must be environmentally safe in order to ensure the life of the fish and in return we use the water from the ponds to irrigate the golf course. It is a tricky balancing act but one that the family would never trade for a single moment. In the spring when we experience sudden showers during the day, some golfers will take refuse in the hatchery building, which is also onsite. These golfers then get the added experience of seeing the hatchery in the height of spawning season. The most talked about fish would be the paddlefish, or spoonbill. The large fish, four to five feet in length, are held in tanks in the hatchery, until time to spawn, so the golfers get to see these fish up close and personal. In order to understand the situation better maybe we should start with a little more background information. Jim and Liz Kahrs are proud owners of the hatchery as well as the golf course. Both are unique in the fact that they are truly family owned and operated businesses. Their sons run the hatchery and can claim the fame of being golf course designers, their daughter runs our weekly Couples’ League, their daughter-in-law is the golf course General Manager. One nice thing that this golf course does bring to the table is its dedication to a quality experience. Keeping the course in top condition falls to our superintendent, but working hard comes naturally to the Kahrs family and they have made sure to stay involved on a daily basis. The condition of the course is a great source of pride to all, and everyone works well together to give the golfer the best total experience possible. When the facility first opened the Kahrs family made a commitment to always keep the membership and daily fees as low as possible, so that anyone could come and enjoy the facility. It is a true dedication to our golfers that keeps us all going, it is also the reason we are glad to call this place home.
Redfield Golf and Country Club is a semi-private, links-style golf course with bent grass fairways nestled in some of the most scenic land Missouri has to offer, located just minutes from Jefferson City and the Lake of the Ozarks. Our course offers four sets of tees to accommodate golfers of every skill level. Redfield is one of the few courses in the entire state with bent grass fairways to guarantee your golfing experience will be a memorable one. Redfield offers a full service restaurant and bar that will take care of all your food and beverage needs. We offer a lighted driving range that is open 7 days a week. For our members we have a beautiful swimming pool that overlooks the golf course that can be taken advantage of all summer. At Redfield we take pride in the quality of our facility and our ability to offer private amenities with small town customer service at public prices.
Founded in 1991, The Orchards Golf Club in Belleville, Illinois features a 18 hole championship style golf course and restaurant. The golf course was designed by former Masters winner Bob Goalby who is from the Belleville, IL area.
Amenities at The Orchards include:
- 18 hole championship style golf course with four sets of tees for all level of play.
- Driving and practice range with mats on one level and zoysia grass tees on two other levels.
- Target flags with distances are in the landing areas for the golfers.
- Practice sand bunker is also available to use along with a large practice putting green.
- Banquet room that can seat up to 150 guests
Clinton Hill Golf Course is a classic style golf course with a rich history and tradition for the public golfer. Opened in 1970, each nine has it own character and challenge. The gently rolling tree-lined fairways are contoured to provide you with a pleasurable scenic golf experience. The greens are very large, challenging you to make the proper club selection for the approach shot. The front nine is longer and well bunkered. Water comes into play on seven of the holes on the back nine. The multiple tee system enhances the fairness and playability of the course. Clinton Hill is a mature and challenging course that requires you to play a variety of golf shots.
We are a 18-hole Public Golf course in Mid-Missouri that features 6,664 yards of golf from the longest tee, for a par of 72. Here we have shaped large features that go well beyond your run-of-the-mill mound or hill. The result is a combination of spectacular elevated tees, deep swales and cascading fairways. Only in Mid-Missouri do you find such natural rolling terrain and dramatic, undulating golf holes for a wonderful golfing experience. The atmosphere at Railwood Golf Club is warm and welcoming. The attention to detail in all areas assures a quality golf experience and a memorable day. Designed in 1999 by Larry W. Flatt, owned by Justin Smith, this 18-hole championship design is situated on over 200 acres of rolling countryside. Railwood Golf Club is located just 10 minutes north-east of Jefferson City down Highway 94, see our Driving Directions for more details. Railwood Creek meanders through the property and dramatic views add to the aesthetic beauty of the golf course. The golf course features lush bent grass tees, fairways, greens, 40 sand bunkers, creeks, and a beautiful lake. The course offers three sets of tees, ranging from 5,581 yards to 6,664 yards, and is designed to accommodate players of all skill levels. The grounds are beautifully groomed by our experienced maintenance crew, headed by General Manager Jim Johnson. The 3,600 square foot Clubhouse offers panoramic golf course views from indoors and from its outdoor deck. The interior provides the perfect atmosphere to relax and enjoy some great food and cold drinks from the Snack Bar while watching others finish the 9th or 18th hole.
Eagle Knoll is a par 72 public golf course that sits on 180 acres of picturesque terrain. This classic Ozark style course was designed by renowned architect Gary Kern and features rolling zoyzia fairways and sloping bent grass greens. Add in the breathtaking elevation changes and you have a golfing experience that is strategic as well as aesthetic. Winding through hills and gorges, wetlands and wildlife, Eagle Knoll offers four sets of tees to challenge all levels of play and is ideal for those that are seeking a unique golf experience. “A must play… dramatically and delightfully different” [Gateway Golf Monthly} Golf Digest once again honored Eagle Knoll Golf Club in 2004. This most recent award was a 41/2 star rating in Golf Digest's 2004-2005 edition of "Best Places to Play", which ranks courses in the United States. Eagle Knoll shares this honor with only six other facilities in Missouri and is the only property in it's market to receive such a high rating. Additionally, Golf Digest ranked Eagle Knoll Golf Club as the third best value in the nation behind Bethpage State Park G.C. in New York and Pinion Hills G.C. in New Mexico. This is the fifth consecutive year that Golf Digest has honored Eagle Knoll Golf Club. Best Rural Course in Missouri [Rural Missouri Magazine] Eagle Knoll is located on US Hwy. 63, between Columbia and Jefferson City Missouri and is open year round weather permitting. Spring and fall are especially scenic times with over 75 species of native flowers blooming from March through October, so bring your game and bring your camera!
Lake of the Woods Golf Course is located east of Columbia on 145 acres. The course is open year round and provides a challenging and enjoyable round for all levels. This course features three sets of tees, sand traps, mature trees, large zoysia fairways, bentgrass greens, lakes, golf cart paths, and tee to green watering system. The 18-hole golf course along with the swimming pool makes Lake of the Woods Recreation Area a great place for family summer fun.
The 18 hole par-3 golf course at Perche Creek offers a very unique way to practice, learn and develop your game. From beginners to the accomplished player, the Par-3 course is enjoyable for all. On pleasant evenings the front 9 is lit for night play. Contact us for information on using Perche Creek to host your next tournament or event.
L. A. Nickell Golf Course and driving range is situated on a beautiful 533-acre park, Columbia Cosmopolitan Recreation Area (also known as Cosmo Park). This course features three sets of tees, sand traps, mature trees, large zoysia fairways, bentgrass greens, lakes, golf cart paths, driving range, and tee to green watering system. The course presents an adequate challenge for the lower handicappers, while offering a fun and more difficult layout with generous ball landing areas for the higher handicappers and beginners