Branson Golf Course Directory

The Branson area is home to many great courses that will turn your ordinary golf vacation into a Branson golf vacation of a lifetime.  Starting with the championship on-site Ledgestone Country Club you will enjoy world class golf with views that will leave you wanting more.  To start your golf vacation, or to add a round to your existing trip, call us today at (417)-332-1373 to speak to a Stonebridge golf expert.


Branson Golf Course Directory

Buffalo Ridge Springs

BuffaloRidgeBranson Creek, designed by legendary golf course architect Tom Fazio, features a challenging Par 71 championship layout, with 5 sets of tees, etched into the beautiful Ozarks landscape with a view second-to-none.   Accolades include “Top 10 New Courses in the Country 2000” by Golf Digest, “Top Public Course” by GolfWeek, and many more.  Golfers visiting Brandon should include this Troon Golf managed course in their must-play list.



Don Gardner Golf Course

DonGardnerCourseNamed after local golf professional Don Gardner, this 9 hole, par 3 course is offers an affordable alternative for a fun day of golf.  Hole distances range from 82 yards to 182 yards.  The course features two ponds and several sand traps to test your skills.  A practice green offers an opportunity to warm up before your round.




Holiday Hills Golf Resort

HolidayHillsBuilt in 1938, Holiday Hills is Branson’s first golf course and a must play for anyone visiting Branson.  Completely rebuilt in 1997, the new “user friendly” course features flat to mildly rolling terrain with a variety of holes placed to challenge the low and high handicapper alike.  This course has also been known to be more forgiving to golfers and four sets of tees make it ideal for a fun round.


Kings River Golf Course

KingsRiverThis tree-lined course is beautiful in every season, but the blooming dogwoods and redbuds in the spring are what truly set this course apart.  Kings River is a challenging 18-hole course that welcomes both visitors and locals alike.  The clubhouse patio is a draw after your round where you can relax, enjoy a beverage and watch the wildlife that makes itself at home on the course.



Branson Hills Golf Club

PayneStuartCourseBranson Hills Golf Club was designed by Chuck Smith and has consistently ranked as the #1 Course In Missouri by GolfWeek magazine.  The course’s natural rock outcroppings, creeks, waterfalls and forest contribute to a unique round and five tee positions from 3,300 to 7,400 yards challenge the seasoned and new golfer alike.



Pointe Royale Golf Course

PointeRoyalePointe Royale is a challenging par 70 course measuring just over 6,000 yards.  Golfers enjoy the true bentgrass greens, lush Bermuda fairways, and especially the Danna’s Grill for an after round beverage.  This Carter Golf design has been known as a “shot-maker” course requiring keen placement around the eight water holes, numerous grass bunkers and other natural hazards.



Top of the Rock Golf Course

TopOfTheRockPGA TOUR commissioner Tim Finchem put it best when he said, “If there was ever a Par-3 course worthy of PGA TOUR tournament play, Top of the Rock is it.”  Top of the Rock is a gives golfers the challenge of a regulation course with the speed of play of a par-3.  In addition to the great golf, patrons will enjoy what is undoubtedly the best views of Branson from the course’s perch above Table Rock Lake.



Thousand Hills Golf Resort

Thousand HillsThis course will test your skills and indulge your sense of sight at the same time.  Thousand Hills is a 4 star course by Golf Digest Magazine and considered one of the most challenging in the area.  If you are looking for a round to remember, be sure to include this Robert E. Cupp design on your next visit to the Branson area.



Ledgestone Country Club at Stonebridge Village

Ledgestone2You will be inspired by your round at the Ledgestone Country club at Stonebridge Village.  Between the breath-taking views of the Ozarks, tree lined fairways and Bent Grass greens you will experience some of the best golf of your life.

LedgeStone’s 18-hole championship layout offers the kind of golfing experience where “players don’t want the round to end.” With panoramic vistas of the ancient Ozark Mountains and the spectacular natural beauty of serene water, faultless Bentgrass greens and tree-lined Zoysia fairways, LedgeStone inspires Branson golfers and non-golfers alike.