Poplar Bluff Missouri Golf Courses

Ozark Ridge Golf Course
Westwood Hills Country Club


Featured Golf Course Review:
Westwood Hills Country Club -- Much-Improved Course Renovated in 2002
Review by: Ozark Golfer Short yet challenging course. Home course for the Ozark Invitational, held annualy in late April. Poplar Bluff has many good, serious golfers including the Godwin family. Father Luther (Buddy) Godwin is a former MO Amateur Champion (early 70's) and his son Bobby won the inaugural MO Amateur stroke play championship in the mid 90's. Youngest son Ben won the MO Amateur (match play) in 2003. Very good course and an even better value for its members. The course went through an extensive renovation project from the fall of 2001 through spring of 2002. Nice greens and the shapely bunkers are plentiful. Also, there are now beautiful, plush zoyzia fairways. One of the best courses between St. Louis and Memphis. There are a few ponds but to my knowledge there is no water running along some fairways as is stated on this site.
From Missouri

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Cassville Golf Club -- Cassville Golf Course
Review by: A.J. Wahlquist The Cassville Golf Club will offer all classifications of golfers a challenge. You will find short par 4's with doglegs and you will find long par 5's that even long hitters will have trouble reaching in two strokes. There are several par 4's that require long straight drives and accurate and well planned approaches. Number 11 is a challenge. A straight shot is a must. Anything left or right will land in hazard or water. Play the front side well because you will need it for the back nine. Enjoy.
From Monett, Mo.




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