Louisiana Missouri Golf Courses

Pike County Country Club


Featured Golf Course Review:
Pike County Country Club -- Leisurely Golf
Review by: Phil Eastman If you're tired of the fight for tee times and the 5 - 6 hour rounds offered by the metropolitan golf courses, then you'll enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of Pike County Country Club. The course is rarely crowded enough to cause any delays in your round. You get to play at a very comfortable pace. Plus, the course is generally in good condition. There are only nine holes, but two sets of tee boxes for each hole allow you to play 18 holes with some variety on the "back 9". The course is not terribly long, but it offers some challenges with water coming into play on over half the holes, plus some hilly terrain, bunkers and threatening out-of-bounds. The course is very picturesque, especially in the fall. This is golf probably more like your father or grandfather remembers, before the golfing explosion of the last 10 - 15 years.
From Olathe, KS

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Frank E. Peters Municipal Golf Course -- Needs Improvement
Review by: Andy I'm a season ticket holder. I think the course could and should be maintained at a higher level. As for the course itself, it's nice enough for the price ($12 green fees). The city has chosen to call it a semi-links style course which basically means they don't cut the rough. The tee boxes aren't flat and there is almost no elevation change throughout the course. Paved cart paths and some of the better greens around do make up for the course's shortcomings. The cart rental is $9 a piece to split a cart or $18 for one person. If you're any kind of golf fan at all it's worth playing at least once.
From Nevada, Mo




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