Finest Fairways

Branson Hills Golf Club

Branson Hills Golf Club is a tribute course honoring Legendary Missouri Golfers. Natural rock outcroppings, waterfalls, creeks and wooded areas are incorporated into its design features. Yardages vary from 7,324 to 5,323, offering five distinct teeing areas providing a challenge to all calibers of golfers. The course was designed by Chuck Smith with design consultant and PGA Professional, Bobby Clampett.

The Lodge of the Four Seasons – The Cove

The Cove opened in 1973 and has been challenging golfers of all skill levels ever since. With 72 bunkers, rolling hills and water coming into play on nine of the holes, this par-71 course is anything but tame. The four sets of tees tip out at 6,553 yards but start at 5,172, so players of all abilities can enjoy its classic design. In typical RTJ fashion, The Cove is a target golf course putting an emphasis on getting the ball in play off of the tee.

The Lodge of the Four Seasons – The Ridge

Any true golf resort should have more than just 18 holes. Built in 1991 and updated in 2016, the addition of The Ridge offers a true golf resort experience unparalleled in the Midwest. Given that The Cove already offered a classic design for The Lodge’s guests, the goal of The Ridge was to offer a resort-style course that all players could enjoy. Golf course architect Ken Kavanaugh more than succeeded with his brilliant use of the natural terrain.