Osage Iowa Golf Courses

Sunny Brae Golf & Country Club


Featured Golf Course Review:
Sunny Brae Golf & Country Club -- Sunny Brae Delight
Review by: Ed Fox Beautiful golf course with great oak and maple trees nestled along the Cedar River. Number 2 is a up hill par four with the second shot to a blind green atop a limestone bluff and rated on of the toughest in Iowa. Number 5 you tee off a bluff and over the trees to another hidden green with the river menacing on the right. Six is a short par 3 over the river with the green well protected by huge oak trees. You walk over a swinging bridge to reach the green and 7th tee. Tee back over the river to number 7 and follow along through #8. Number 9 is a short par 5 with OB on the right and huge trees on both sides of the fairway. The small sloping green sits atop a bluff and demands a great approach shot. If you tend to hit the ball to the right bring an extra sleeve or two as holes 3 thru 9 have woods, the river, OB, or all of the above to gather all shots off line. It is a great short couse that will challenge the best yet reward those who hit it staight and bring their short game with them. Give it a try, you will enjoy your time.
From Orlando, Florida

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Waveland Municipal Golf Course -- The WAVE
Review by: John A must play when in Des Moines. Hosts the annual City Tournament. The name WAVELAND fits with the undulating terrain. Many old oak trees throughout. Tight driving holes such as the par 5 3rd where the tee is located on the highest point of the course and is a virtual tunnel of oaks dropping at least 75 feet to the fairway. Gets overplayed in the summer months. To my knowledge the oldest course west of the Mississippi.
From Ankeny, Iowa




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