Start your golf adventure at Rolling Hills Country Club in Versailles.
Some of the Lake area's best bentgrass greens are highlights of this well-maintained, challenging course. Established in 1955, Rolling Hills features a park-like setting with mature Ozarks woodlands lining zoysia fairways. A wonderful mix of lakes, mature trees, bunkers and challenging greens provides a varied and enjoyable setting for all golfers. On-site amenities include a driving range, pro shop, snack bar and lounge.
Just two minutes away from the golf course, treat yourself to a lunch of traditional Mennonite home cooking. Choose from the buffet or order from the menu. Bakery offers donuts, pies, cakes, cookies and breads, all prepared on-site.
It will take you just over a half-hour to your next stop, but it's worth the drive. Eldon Golf Club offers an 18-hole championship course taking full advantage of the natural terrain. Zoysia fairways and an upgraded bunker system lead to accommodating greens, surrounded by a backdrop of wooded areas, rolling hills and creeks. The layout offers four tee locations to challenge golfers of all skill levels. Course facilities include a driving range, pro shop, clubhouse, snack bar and swimming pool.
Before you leave Eldon, treat yourself to a stop at this hometown, mom-and-pop drive-in restaurant.
Everyone who visits Cree Mee comes away with a new favorite: whether it's some of the best soft serve ice cream you'll find anywhere; a marshmallow Pepsi; or their "World Famous" foot-long chili dog, with chili made fresh daily. And they don't skimp on the portions! An Eldon, Missouri tradition since 1952.
If you choose a centrally-located headquarters hotel for your golf outing, such as the Tan-Tar-A Resort, you only have a 25 minute drive before you check in. This family resort spans 420 acres along the banks of the Lake of the Ozarks and offers everything in one place, whether you’re traveling with just your golfing buddies or if the family comes along as well.
Facilities include: a fully equipped spa and health club; restaurants; bars and lounges; boutique and specialty shops; a bowling alley; Timber Falls indoor water park; Bear's Den arcade; two outdoor pools; one indoor pool; a full service marina; parasailing; excursion boat ride; and horseback riding.
Many of the recreational activities are seasonal or have limited hours.