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Best Golf Courses in Branson, MO


A great way to spend some time relaxing in Branson is to take a trip to a local golf course. Fortunately, Branson has several options available for Bull Creek RV guests. Along with a stellar game and course, golf in Branson includes some spectacular backdrops thanks to the surrounding landscape.

This includes rock formations, lake views, meadows or even free-ranging buffalos. Regardless if you're a newer golfer or an experienced one, you'll find a good spot to play when you visit Branson. Put your skills to the test by visiting some of the best golf courses in Missouri in Branson.
Address: 1250 Golf Club Drive, Hollister, MO
Holes: 19
Par: 72

Payne's Valley Golf Course is one of several under the Big Cedar Golf umbrella. Tiger Woods and his design firm TGR Design helped layout this golf course.

There is an added 19th hole that is separate from the 18-hole scorecard. Golfers can enjoy the surrounding Ozarks landscape as part of their golfing experience. Payne's Valley offers five different tees with the longest being 7,370 feet.
Address: 150 Top of the Rock Road, Ridgedale, MO
Holes: 9
Par: 27

Top of the Rock Golf Course is a par-3 great course to test your skills. There are two tees to try when you play. Top of the Rock is a Jack Nicklaus Signature Course and sits above Table Rock Lake, providing great views.

Golfers also get landmarks such as the 150-year-old barn that came from Arnold Palmer's backyard. Golfers can try their hand at two different tees with the longest being 1,420 feet.
Address: 100 N. Payne Steward Drive, Branson, MO
Holes: 18
Par: 72

Branson Hills Golf Club is the work of Chuck Smith and Bobby Clampett, allowing golfers a scenic round in the Ozarks. The course features six teeing options for golfers of all skills. These tees range the course from 5,323-7,324 yards. There is also a driving range which recently opened and club rentals. Guests can expect to play for about 4.5 hours.
Address: 1250 Golf Club Drive, Hollister, MO
Holes: 18
Par: 71

Ozarks National Golf Course is unique because it's the only course Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw designed. The course measures 7,036 feet from the back tee but there are four tee options to accommodate those of all skills.

There are also unique features such as a 400-foot wooden beam and plank bridge.
Address: 142 Clubhouse Drive, Branson, MO
Holes: 18
Par: 70

The Pointe Golf Course features four tees, with the longest being 6,515 feet and the shortest being 4,492 feet.

Courses officials describe it as a "true shot-maker course" thanks to its bent grass greens, Bermuda grass surrounds, chipping areas and mixture of sand traps and water hazards.
Address: 1001 Branson Creek Blvd. Branson, MO
Holes: 18
Par: 71

Buffalo Ridge Springs Golf Course got its look from conservationist Johnny Morris and famed golf course architect Tom Fazio.

The design allows golfers to play close to nature with chances to see lush scenery and free-ranging bison. There are five tees to try with the longest equaling 7,036 yards.
Address: 1250 Golf Club Drive, Hollister, MO
Holes: 13
Par: 39

Morris also worked on Mountain Top Golf Course, this time with Hall of Famer Gary Player. Those looking for a golfing challenge will want to stop here.

This short course challenges golfers in a unique way. The surrounding scenery also adds to the overall experience with its many rock formations.
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