Golfing in the Ozarks
There are plenty of great golf resorts in Missouri, and the Southwest Region is no exception. Golf travel in the Show Me State is fun and family-friendly. Enjoy a quick nine or a full 18; heck, you might even play 27. Grab your driver, a seven iron, maybe even a foot wedge, and your putter for an epic golf getaway.

Morning

Frank E. Peters Municipal Golf Course

This links-style course winds through 200-plus acres of Osage Prairie. Water is a factor on 10 holes. Large greens are among the best in the area.

Gene Pray Memorial Golf Course

Start your golf expedition at this nine-hole public golf course. It features four sets of tee locations, Bermuda fairways and bent grass greens. Rolling terrain and tree-lined fairways make for an enjoyable round of golf.

Evening

Lost Woods Golf Course

Deep in Southwestern Missouri's beautiful Ozarks is Lost Woods Golf Course. This scenic nine-hole, par-35 course incorporates bentgrass greens, zoysia tees and fairways, a well-stocked pro shop, lounge, driving ranges and golf carts.

Afternoon

Horton Smith Golf Course

Perfect for novice, intermediate, or highly skilled players, this course spans 6,312 yards of beautifully maintained fairways and challenging greens.

Branson Hills Golf Club

The Payne Stewart Golf Club is a tribute course honoring the life and legacy of golf legend Payne Stewart. This is a challenging course that requires consistent shot-making skills. It was designed by Chuck Smith with design consultant and PGA Professional Bobby Clampett.

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