Branson Hills Golf Club
|Gold M: 75.1/135||464||227||344||576||455||412||148||545||432||3603||440||599||225||419||574||420||183||434||427||3721||7324|
|Green M: 73.9/132||439||215||313||567||449||404||140||527||408||3462||429||578||197||396||567||413||173||410||421||3584||7046|
|Blue M: 72.6/132||433||208||302||552||406||396||126||516||380||3319||420||558||191||388||524||387||155||384||415||3422||6741|
|Silver M: 70.2/130||403||180||302||498||365||372||126||484||354||3084||396||508||164||351||524||387||155||376||354||3215||6299|
|Combo M: 68.9/128||342||180||302||469||312||372||126||484||354||2941||346||442||164||351||446||336||155||342||354||2936||5877|
|Orange W: 71.8/126||342||93||273||469||312||311||109||428||328||2665||346||442||121||275||446||336||104||342||246||2658||5323|
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Golf Advisor: Top Courses in Missouri
first time out, and i was thrilled at the layout. there is a lot of elevation, but most of it is to the golfers advantage. wide landing areas on most holes and the contours along the edges will also benefit the occasional push or pull. a yardage device is strongly recommended if your unfamiliar with this facility. i do want to say that this is an advanced layout. if you hit the majority of your shots offline, it could be a rough go. approach shots demand your full attention and once your on the putting surface, your green reading talents will be tested. the price fit the quality of the course. there has been a drought in the area, so the greens were a little slow, “maybe 9 or so” but still consistent. i will be back next year, and will play here. i played the course at 6200 yards, i am 62 and had never been there. it was very playable for that distance.
Play at your own risk - NO staff help
We played when an unexpected severe thunder storm came through Branson. 13 people so far were killed on the Duck rides in Branson during that storm. There is NO map to assist you off the course in a storm. There is NO assistance to warn you to leave during severe lightning storm. The club house was closed with NO response to telephone calls for help. We made it back to the club house very wet after assistance from a home owner. The staff would NOT let us in to change into dry clothes. PLAY AT YOUR OWN RISK,
A Wonderful Course to Play in Branson
Played here on Tuesday 4/17/18 and had an enjoyable round. Bunkers are very well maintained and the fairways were wonderful as well. It plays longer that the score card indicates..............but well worth the time to play it! Carts could have used GPS in them, that was the only blip on the day!
Great course and got paired up with three fun guys. Staff was friendly and helpful, the course was in fantastic shape, pace of play was perfect, and I broke 90. Could not have been better .
Branson Hills would play again.
Course was in great shape. Some holes were tough but fair. Lots of up and down hills. Would play again on a return trip.
Highly recommend playing this golf course. Bring your camera because there are some outstanding views you will want to capture. The clubhouse and entrance makes you feel you are at a private club. The layout was terrific. There are many tee boxes to choose from. Most of the tee boxes are elevated and hitting into beautiful valleys. Number 18 was fun because you were hitting straight up the hill. The greens were a little slow. They probably have to keep it this way due to the rolling terrain. Rough wasn't as nice as I was expecting but still playable. I would definitely play this golf course again.
Pretty but difficult.
Very hard course. Long, plays much longer than listed on card. If you aren't a long hitter it can be brutal. Large greens that are hard to putt. Lots of elevation change. Great looking holes. Sand traps in disrepair on many holes.
Fairways not mowed( very furry) , traps not raked. Thankful that I didn't pay full price. Could be a very good experience but no real effort by the grounds crew to maintain such a beautiful course. Won't play this couse again.
You'll get a workout at Branson Hills!
To me this will always be the Payne Stewart course as it was the first; irrespective of what Johnny Morris does. This has always been a top-notch golf course and a great track - this has not changed at all! The course is difficult when its cart-path only just because of the routing of the cart paths and the holes. You do get a workout which is what I needed anyway! Staff is great and they are making a name for themselves after losing the tie-in with Payne Stewart.
I have played here two years in a row while on vacation. Great course when dry, good even wet. Yes, I will play again
Payne Stewart course
Very challenging course. Were having a few problems on the fairways. Lots of elevation changes and woods. Creek is in a strategic location on several holes.
Really great course!
The course was in perfect condition. Really liked the course layout. It was not a short course but very fun to play. Challenging greens. It in perfect shape. Staff very friendly and helpful. Price about the same as other nice courses in Brandon but higher than ideal. No other issues
Save the frustration for another day
If you're a good player, you'll love the course. If you're like me - that is to say lousy with occasional flashes of brilliance (and an equal amount of cheating), you can still love this course, but you must resign yourself to the idea that you're dating above your station, so to speak. I was lucky enough to play alone today and one I played through the only foursome on the course, I was alone. There are no flat lies on this course (to include 3-foot putts), but that is the result of the breathtaking landscape into which the course is carved. I lost 6 balls today (lousy as I am, that's an anomaly), because the rough is rough, and thar be snakes in them woods! At a certain point, I felt that feeling we all feel, and then I looked up. And I saw a par-5 that reminded me of a Bob Ross painting, lots of happy little trees and a fairway that journeyed off into the distance. I put away my concerns for any flashes of brilliance, cheated a little more than usual and enjoyed tender fairways, undulating greens and elevation changes that forced me to take photos at every opportunity. Play the course, and if you're good, it'll push you. If not, relax and take it in.
Super friendly staff, made it easy to find my way. I'll be back.
The starter got our foursome out early so we were anticipating an early finish, but it was not to be. The foursome ahead of us was drinking and the marshal came by on hole 15 to check a complaint from behind us. We weren't being pushed and were keeping up so we let it slide even though tree were two open holes ahead of the offending group. Staff was friendly and accommodating.
Great course, great staff
It was a quiet day at the course and I was immediately greeted in the parking lot upon arriving. The starter was incredibly friendly and helpful in getting me set up with the pro shop and driving range. They had a cool little chipping facility next to the driving range that I enjoyed as well.
The course was beautiful with an abundance of elevation changes making club selection vitally important. Many of the greens are well protected with some obvious sides to bail out on if you aren't feeling particular accurate.
Overall I loved this place. The only thing that could have improved this course would have been me being a better golfer... I really explored the whole course.
Narrow and long
The is not for beginners course. Having extra balls is beneficial. It was very fun for a 86+ golfer. Just hard. It is called Branson Hills for a real reason. The hills and water is everywhere. I'm sure after 3/4 times of playing the course I might break 90.