St. Louis Golf Courses

Everyone from beginners to experts will be able to find a perfect golf course in St. Louis. St. Andrews Golf Course, located just 15 miles from downtown St. Louis, may share the name of the famous course in Scotland, but this St. Louis version is quite different. This three-star course has green fees in the $25-$35 range, making it one of the best deals in the area. Eagle Springs Golf Course, another bargain at just $18-$30, is known as one of the most fun courses to play in St. Louis. This uniquely designed course winds through beautiful rolling hills. For those in search of something more difficult, Quail Creek Golf Club features a slope rating of 141 from the tips—6,984 yards total. Though this course is difficult, green fees still range from just $35 to $55.
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Pevely Farms Golf Club

StLouis.com Editor's Pick

400 Lewis Rd., St. Louis County MO 63025; Tel. 636.938.7000
Arthur Hills turned this land, once used as a massive dairy farm, into one of the region's premier golf courses and certainly the top track in the St. Louis area. Twenty-five miles from downtown St. Louis, this St. Louis golf course is well worth the trip. Recently opened in 1998, Pevely Farms Golf Club course is in immaculate shape and has received a four-star rating every year it's been open. Green fees are in the $60-$100 range.

Tapawingo National Golf Club

13001 Gary Player Dr., St. Louis County MO 63127; Tel. 636.349.3100
This Gary Player signature facility just 15 minutes outside St. Louis is home to three nine hole championship tracks that can be played in the following combinations: Prairie/Meramec (7,093 yards),Woodlands/Meramec (6,982 yards) and Woodlands/Prairie (7,151 yards). The course is surrounded by scenic woodlands, and features numerous creative water placements. This three-and-a-half star facility charges $50-$70 for 18 holes.

St. Andrews Golf Course

2121 St. Andrews Ln., St. Charles MO 63301; Tel. 636.946.7777
This course just 15 miles from downtown St. Louis bears the name of the famous Scottish links, yet don't expect fescue and pot bunkers here. The course is tree-lined and built on rolling hills. This is a three-star St. Louis golf course that gets favorable reviews, especially for its value; green fees are in the $25-$35 range.

Quail Creek Golf Club

6022 Wells Rd., St. Louis MO 63128; Tel. 314.487.1988
Quail Creek is known as one of the most difficult golf courses in the St. Louis area, with a slope rating of 141 from the tips (6,984 yards). Opened in 1988, this popular St. Louis golf course was designed by Gary Kern and Hale Irwin. A three-star track, green fees at Quail Creek are modest, in the $35-$55 range.

Eagle Springs Golf Course

2575 Redman Rd., St. Louis MO 63136; Tel. 314.355.7277
This municipal track has the reputation of being one of the most fun courses to play in St. Louis. Eagle Springs Golf Course is uniquely designed, winding through and over rolling hills. The golf course was designed by David Gill and opened in 1989. This St. Louis golf course is a fairly heavily played track, and green fees are cheap: $18-$30.

Sunset Lakes Golf Club

13366 Watson Rd., St. Louis MO 63127; Tel. 314.843.3000
This is a simple, easy municipal St. Louis golf course ideal for the not-so-serious golfer. The greens are slow enough that anyone can putt like a pro at Sunset Lakes. Green fees in the $20-$25 range reflect the this St. Louis golf course's somewhat shabby conditions.
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