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“Awesome Course”

Payne Stewart Golf Club
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Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Owner description: The Course offers 6 different distances to play from. The course winds through a majestic hardwood forest with several dramatic elevation changes, a crystal clear Ozark stream and immaculate fairways guaranteed to deliver a positive and memorable experience. Golf Week Magazine has ranked the course as the #1 "Best Course you Can Play" in the State of Missouri for the past five years.
Useful Information: Food available for purchase, Lockers / storage, Wheelchair access, Bathroom facilities
Reviewed 15 August 2012

Beautiful course in terrific condition. Can't help but feel as if Payne was wandering around the course. Lots of Payne Stewart memoribilia and a nice tribute to a wonderful man and excellent golfer who left us too soon. A MUST play if you are in the Branson area

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Reviewed 30 July 2012

Nice clubhouse and nice staff. Challenging course. Would have liked a little better map or info for each hole. We couldn't tell on some holes if there was water or a ravine or just fairway. Fun day.

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Reviewed 30 July 2012

I was disappointed after reading all the hype on the internet.
The Course is very long and hadly a flat spot anywhere.
I Could have played finer Courses in Branson Twice for the $98 Bucks I spent Here.
The Temp that day was 104 and the long course wore this old man out.

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Reviewed 22 July 2012

My husband said the course was beautiful. The temp was in the high 90's but he didn't care. I didn't play but we did eat a hamburger in the club house and it was very good. If you don't play golf, go eat a burger and check it out.

1  Thank Margaret Ann H
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Reviewed 8 July 2012

The golf course is an awkward layout from the first hole (way down hill) to the eighteenth (way up hill). What were probably beautiful valleys and leas at one time have since been spoiled by peculiar holes, some with mountain goat slopes, that never quite seem to flow. We noticed several greens that were similar to the "Black Course" at Pirate's Cove.

Also, many of the areas are so sheltered that fans are positioned throughout the course to keep the air moving. In many areas that has been a losing cause as this years heat and humiditiy is killing out some of the fairways. There were several holes where our foursome was gasping for air. Imagine how the fairways felt. This is a high maintenance course that is lacking TLC. Sand traps, and there are plenty on an already difficult layout, had not been groomed in some time. Especially wrankling when they have continually watered the green areas and the sand was packed like concrete.

The club house is nice, lots of Payne Stewart memo's. Probably would not play this course again. Branson Creek is a better value and better maintained course.

Thank RtripKearney
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