Gateway National Golf Links: In the tradition of Carnoustie, Royal Lytham, St. Anne’s Old Links, and other famous seaside courses in the British Isles, Gateway National is a first-class links course even though it’s not within sight of the ocean. Actually, it’s not within a thousand miles of the ocean, but we digress. Designed by renowned golf course architect, Keith Foster, and developed by Tim Crowley and Denny Walters, Gateway National remains the only true links-style course in the St. Louis Metropolitan area.
Normandie Golf Club: The oldest public golf course West of the Mississippi, is an absolute delight to play. Regardless of your skill level, you can enjoy the game on a course that exemplifies classical design at a price you can afford. Opened in 1901, Normandie Golf Club is as much appreciated by today’s golfers as it was a century ago. With bloodlines that extend directly to golf’s home in St. Andrews, Scotland, the majestic design carries with it a tradition in shot making and execution that tests your ability and demands well-executed strategy in order to score.
Stonewolf Golf Club: When the name Jack Nicklaus is associated with your golf course, it can’t help but be upper echelon. And when you’re lucky enough, as Stonewolf Golf Club is, to feature a Jack Nicklaus Signature Design course, you’re among the best facilities in the nation. The “Signature” designation means that Mr. Nicklaus himself, “The Golden Bear,” trod the course, played a hand in the design, the shaping – every facet of this jewel.