The Lake of the Ozarks Golf Trail offers 13 beautiful and challenging courses. With a wide range of lodging and dining options, the lake area is a great destination for a multi-day golf getaway.
Old Kinderhook Golf Resort is a master-planned community offering guest rooms, golf cottages, patio homes, villas and estate homes. Amenities include a day-spa, restaurants, lounge, indoor and outdoor saltwater pools, tennis courts and a golf course that is the centerpiece of the resort.
Margaritaville Lake Resort is located on the banks of the Lake of the Ozarks. The resort offers three outdoor pools, one indoor pool, a full-service marina, horseback riding, spa and salon, restaurants, bars and lounges, boutique and specialty shops, 18 holes of championship golf, a bowling alley and more.
Camden on the Lake features luxurious guest rooms and lake-view suites. Amenities include onsite dining, a swimming pool, a fitness room, retail shops, a spa and live entertainment. The Toad Cove Yacht Club is home to a marina with covered boat slips, pontoon and personal watercraft rentals, a convenience store and shower and laundry facilities.
Situated along the shoreline of the Lake of the Ozarks, the Lodge of the Four Seasons offers guestrooms and two-bedroom suites. Facilities include golf courses, a full-service day spa, boutique and specialty shops, a full-service marina with boat rentals, four swimming pools, Japanese gardens, restaurants, bars, bicycle rentals, trap shooting, and an adventure club for kids.
The Rolling Hills Country Club near Versailles offers bentgrass greens and Zoysia grass fairways. The 18-hole course features a park-like setting with several lakes and many mature trees.
Golf legend Arnold Palmer designed the original 18-holes at the Osage National Golf Resort near Lake Ozark. An additional nine holes have been added to the course, which boasts towering Osage River bluff views.
This Tom Weiskopf signature golf course is carved out of the Ozark hills to make the most of the area’s natural beauty. The 18-hole course, located at Old Kinderhook Resort, features rolling terrain and rock-lined waterfalls.
The Lake Valley Country Club near Camdenton sits on gently rolling terrain and has generous player-friendly fairways. With a front to back slope, the large greens provide a challenge.
Located near Osage Beach, the course at Bear Creek Golf Club meanders along Little Bear Creek through Ozark forests, meadows and scenic valleys. The course has Zoysia fairways, bentgrass greens and multiple tee settings to offer a challenging round of gold.
Described as player friendly, The Ridge at the Lodge of the Four Seasons is an 18-hole course with generous landing areas. Golfers can enjoy the rolling hills, native wildflowers and beautiful Lake of the Ozarks views.
Designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr., The Cove is the Lodge of the Four Season’s signature course, offering sweeping views of the Lake of the Ozarks. The 18-hole course has undulating fairways and challenging greens.
The Golf Club at Deer Chase, designed by Roger Null, is located in the Auglaize River valley and surrounding hills. The challenging 18-hole golf course features Bermuda fairways, multiple Zoysia tees and large bentgrass greens.
The Oaks Course is part of the Margaritaville Lake Resort. Designed by golf course architects Bruce Devlin and Robert Von Hagge, the 18-hole course features tree-lined Bermuda and Zoysia fairways, undulating bentgrass greens, and beautiful views of the lake.
This hometown, mom-and-pop drive-in restaurant has been an Eldon staple since it opened in 1952. Try a “world famous” foot-long chili dog, a marshmallow Pepsi or soft-serve ice cream.
Serving the lake area since 1993, Dog Days Bar & Grill offers gourmet burgers, salads, appetizers, steaks, seafood and pasta. Indoor and outdoor stages at the lakeside restaurant feature rock, blues and country bands.
Ocean and freshwater fish and steaks are always on the menu at JB Hook's, along with a full bar and an extensive wine list. The bluff-top view from the outdoor patio and the dining room, overlooks the lake