About InnsbrookInnsbrook is a 7,500-acre golf resort and vacation home community located 45 minutes west of St. Louis in eastern Missouri. Within the community there are over 100 lakes, nature trails, horse stables and the 18-hole golf course. Official development accommodations for guests include lakeside condos with access to beaches and A-Frame chalets in the woods or lakefront.
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Course was in excellent shape, 1st time playing so layout was a challenge. Although we finished in just over 4 hours, we waited on every tee box. Don't pass up the beautiful views!
Not worth the price or drive
In the past the course has always been in pretty good shape. That’s not the case right now. I like the layout of this course but the conditions were not good especially considering the price. One green was so covered in leaves we couldn’t even putt on it
Wish I could play it more often
One of my personal favorites in the area. Innsbrook is a challenging but still fun course to play. In addition, some of the vistas need to be seen and experienced. Love coming up over the hill and onto the tee box at #5 to see the view over the lake. The tee at 13 is right by a lake, and the tee box at 16 sits way up high on the property and provides an awesome view of the entire area. Some of the recent updates have made a good course even better.
Two small complaints which in the past have NEVER been a problem. For an unknown reason, some of the greens (four or five) seemed really bumpy to me and my group. We couldn’t quite figure out why as all the others were smooth, and this has not been an issue in the past. Their greens are among the best around. Gonna consider it a one off situation. The other was that the tee box at #3 was flooded out. It has hardly rained in the last two weeks, so I guess it was due to the watering patterns. We ending up teeing off about 20 feet in front of the tee box just so that we weren’t standing in mud.
The par 3s are all great to play. On seven, there is a lake fronted by some tall trees. After we all hit our normal tee shots, our group took aim directly at the green by hitting balls over the trees and lake. I smashed a drive that landed about 30 feet in front of the green and a buddy hit one just short and right of the putting surface. Be bold and try and drive the green on a par 4!
On 18, the approach shot has a blind landing area, near the clubhouse balcony, which overlooks the green. People were hanging out and I heard a few shouts from them after my swing. I guess I nearly holed it as my ball ended up less than a foot from the cup! Nearly an eagle and a great way to cap a great day at Innsbrook. Cannot recommend it enough as a great course and wish I could play it more often than maybe once a year.
Was my second time playing Innsbrook and nothing but good things to say about this course. The staff was awesome and course was in good condition. Pace of play was a little slow but it was a beautiful day on Labor Day weekend so it was understandable. Definitely looking forward to returning again.
The course was great. The thunder storm cut the round short.
Nice course. They are back to two carts per golfer which I did not like because of COVID.