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Payne Stewart Golf Club of Branson Hills

Payne Stewart Golf Club of Branson Hills

100 N Payne Stewart Dr Branson, MO 65616-4093 URL:   Course Website

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The Payne Stewart Golf Club is a tribute course honoring the life and legacy of golf legend Payne Stewart. The course was designed by Chuck Smith with design consultant and PGA Professional, Bobby Clampett. Each of the 18 holes here is accompanied by a story from Stewart’s career, small windows into the sweeping story of a big man. The stories are funny and enlightening. This is a place to celebrate the things that mattered to Payne Stewart – golf, good times and good friends. The Payne Stewart Golf Club is located in Branson, Missouri, the live music show capital of the world, in the area's newest development - Branson Hills.

Course Information for Payne Stewart Golf Club of Branson Hills

Facility Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
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Payne Stewart Golf Club of Branson Hills Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
Daily Fee golf course
Designed by Bobby Clampett/Chuck Smith
72 par, 7,403 yards
Just Golf facility

Green Fees: Weekend: $65.00 *
* includes golf cart where available

Staff: Contact: Ryan Lanzen, Golf Professional
Golf Professional: Dan Davis

Branson, MO

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Payne Stewart Golf Club of Branson Hills 4.5 5 62 62
Fair Golfer had a great time Everyone was nice and helpful. I am not a good golfer, but had a good round and had fun April 17, 2014
Very Nice Course Beautiful layout. Very hilly and quite difficult with relatively long carries to fairways. Greens were wicked fast. Make sure you play the appropriate tees. The group in front of us should have been up a set. Played in April so grass wasn't very long or green. Other than the extremely slow play, enjoyed my round. April 17, 2014
Wonderful but still brown fairways in March It is a wonderful course. Since it is late March the fairways are not yet green. Some challenging shots. There is a fair amount of down hill or across water shots. Only one hole is really up hill, the 18th. Most of the fairways were narrower than expected. Most of the greens are very large. The stone work and land sculpting is the best I have ever seen. The club house is lavishly manly. March 25, 2014
Great Golf Course The course was very challenging w/ narrow fairways and lots of blind shots. But overall My son and I loved the course and recommend everyone to play it at least once in your life. We will try it again sometime soon. March 24, 2014
beautiful course magnificient layout, each hole is like a post card view. March 22, 2014
great elevation changes excellent course wet conditions due to snow but uncontrollable.genefuller1951 love the elevation changes and layout of the golf course would come again enjoyed experience March 16, 2014
Cart path only made for a long round and workout The course was in great condition for this time of year, with good dormant turf to hit from tee to green. However, the cart-pat- only rule for today made it very tiring by the time we finished. Very little traffic, but a lost ball here and there, and the long trek from the cart path had us tuckered out by the end of the round. Lots of rolling hills with fairly narrow fairways added a good challenge. You don't come back to the clubhouse at the turn, so we had to take water with us, which was fine. But I should've taken a stronger beverage for my back. No GPS, but seldom had difficulty getting distance from the cart path and sprinkler heads. made this outing possible, with the excellent rate we had, and I will definitely be playing this course again when my game is in full swing. When you leave the clubhouse, there is no 1st tee marker at the tee at the practice green, and we turned left instead of right because we didn't see the driving range-first tee sign at the end of the cart path at the street to the right. After a U-turn and a lost minute, we figured it out, but the sign is a good distance from the tee in the cart path at the practice green. Will know next time. February 22, 2014
great course the course is very scenic with elevation changes. tee shots needs to be fairly straight, lots of hazards on off line tee shots. bent grass greens are in very good condition and challenging to two putt. November 8, 2013
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