Lebanon Missouri Golf Courses

Lebanon Country Club


Featured Golf Course Review:
Lebanon Country Club -- You'll Like It
Review by: A.J. Wahlquist Lebanon Country Club features a beautiful layout. This course was the toughest to play on our high school tour some 8 years ago. Home of the Missouri State Amateur Champ Mark McBride(heck of a nice guy)the Lebanon golf course will give you all you can handle in length and accuracy. You could probably say this course has a few feature holes but the one that sticks out in my mind is one on the front side.(sorry can't remember the #) This hole is very difficult requiring a long and accurate drive and then an uphill approach to a green that is surrounded by a rock wall and trees galore. There is only one way home and that's thought a slot. It's nothing short of a well designed hole. If you want tought and fun, make a visit just west of Lebanon to the Club.
From Monett, Mo.

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West Plains Country Club -- Great Course
Review by: A.J. Wahlquist The West Plains Country Club is a great golf course. Most of the holes are what you would consider short par 4's with the longest, #17, going about 430 yards. It has a narrow fairway surronded by woods and a pond, requiring a long and straight tee shot to give access to the green in two shots. There are four par three's in which two of them are short and the other two require a long iron of about 200 yrds from the blue tees. Number 4, a fairly shot par 5 is a dog leg right requiring a shot over a fairly large pond in order to meet the green in two. This hole is often birdied. Avoid the O.B. to the left and trees to the right off the tee and this hole is an easy 5. The course is filled with O.B., so accurate tee shots are a plus for good scoring. You will certainly enjoy your visit to W.P.C.C. Fairways are of Bermuda. The club has an excellent golf pro as well as maintenance director and staff.
From Monett, Mo.




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