All About Golf in Branson, MO

Branson is home to some of the finest golf courses in the Midwest. There are golf courses in Branson, MO for all skill levels and playing styles, each offering a unique experience and landscape. Many are open year-round, so you’ll never have to worry about finding a round while staying in the Ozarks. Golf legends such as Payne Stewart, Arnold Palmer, and Jack Nicklaus have connections to many of the more popular Branson, MO golf courses. Here are a few of the favorites:

Branson Hills Golf Club – 100 Payne Stewart Drive

GolfAdvisor.com rates Branson Hills as the sixth-best course in the state of Missouri. This is the course where you’re most likely to see a member of the PGA cruising the fairway in a golf cart. The 18-hole, part 72 course is an ode to legendary Missouri golfer Payne Stewart. The greens are known for playing fast, making this Branson golf course a challenge even for those with a strong short game.

Holliday Hills Resort & Golf – 2380 E State Hwy 76

This gorgeous 18-hole, par 68 course dwells in a more secluded part of Branson, making for the perfect golf getaway. Built in 1953, Holliday Hills is one of the older courses in the area – and arguably the most scenic. Fairways run parallel with each other, which means you shouldn’t have to worry about losing your ball out bounds. Still, golfers should keep other players in mind while teeing off. Experienced golfers may find that the course plays a little short, but still should find a challenge in the more difficult holes.

Ledgestone Country Club – 1600 Ledgestone Way

Ledgestone doesn’t have the history of Holliday Hills, or the notoriety of Branson Hills – but many golfers in the area still claim it as their favorite Branson golf course. The 18-hole, par 71 course is a wonderful combination of scenery and challenging golf. The course is known for its moderately tight fairways to go with a variety of hole lengths and difficulties.

Point Royale Condominium Resort & Golf Course – 1000 Point Royale Dr.

This course offers plenty of tree-lined holes with water and sand. That makes it a challenge for any golfer, as your shots will have to be thought out and well placed. There are also several blind tee shots. Pointe Royale is 18 holes with a par 70. Keep in mind that Pointe Royale closes at the end of November.

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