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Landings At Spirit Golf Club

Landings At Spirit Golf Club

180 N Eatherton Rd Chesterfield, MO 63005 URL:   Course Website

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Hailed as a "new and unique experience", Landings at Spirit Golf Club is located in the fertile Missouri River Valley of Chesterfield, between the bluffs of Wildhorse Creek Road and the Spirit of St. Louis Airport.

Landings at Spirit Golf Club is an 18-hole championship public golf course with links-style fairways and double greens. Though the course is expertly designed to be a challenge for the highly skilled golfer, Landings at Spirit Golf Club has provided five sets of golf tees, from "Super Cub" to "Harrier II", so that we may accommodate golfers of all skill levels.

Course Information for Landings At Spirit Golf Club

Facility Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
1 golf course(s)

Landings At Spirit Golf Club Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
Daily Fee golf course
Designed by Roger Null
71 par, 6,700 yards
72.1 rating, 132 slope
Just Golf facility

Green Fees: Weekend: $55.00 *
* includes golf cart where available

Staff: Contact: Chris Canby, General Manager/Superintendent
Golf Professional: Don Gorin


Amenities:
Driving Range


Chesterfield, MO

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Landings At Spirit Golf Club 4.1 5 59 59
Great overall course Very helpful and accommodating starter. Immaculate fairways. Well manicured green. Will play any time. August 27, 2014
Great course Great course always in great shape. Would recommend to anyone August 12, 2014
Fun Place to Play Played in early June. The course was in by far the best condition of any public course or private(played St. Albans in mid May) I had played at that point in the season. This course is challenging but isn't punitive. I appreciate that there's a good chance that I will find my ball if I have an errant drive. The course layout is really nice. The only downside to this course is that there isn't any shade. So I would recommend not to play here during a typical sultry St. Louis summer day. August 2, 2014
Good overall STL golf course Fairways in good shape, greens were blotchy with some fungus/brown spots and some holes had many un-repaired divot marks. Greens are big and somewhat challenging. Overall, it's a good course to play for a novice to intermediate golfer. August 2, 2014
Quick Round... 3 of us teed off at 3:00 and we walked off the course at 6:15 (18 holes in a little over 3 hours). This made all of our wives extremely happy. Really never felt rushed either. Course was in great shape. Can play easy IF you keep the ball in play. Once on the green is when the challenge comes. Greens were fast with a lot of character to them. Enjoyable Round was had by all. July 24, 2014
Good deal. Received a fair deal on the golf including cart. The greens at this course are extremely undulating and difficult. Good ball placement is a must. July 22, 2014
High price Paid 59$ for a links like course. Except the tall grasses for the most part had been cut very short resembling a crew cut by the worlds worst barber. Greens were challenging.. Distances were well marked. Holes were almost identical, kind of boring. Paying for food at starter, I'd be embarrassed if I was the owner. Too much $ for the unimpressive course. Go play gateway instead. July 20, 2014
Cart staff are RUDE Came in from playing 9 holes with my 10 year old son and the cart staff accused my son of taking a divot out of the 7th green!!! When I explained to the rude cart guy that was completely false he said someone had reported it. When I asked him who reported it he would not tell me which leads me to believe it was his fellow cart guy was was behind us and quit because of the pace of play. I told him we should drive back out to the scene of the crime and we could find the divot. "Oh no we don't have to do that." In the last 15 years this is not my first run in with these folks, they are rude and arrogant and think they know more than anyone else. In reality these guys don't know the difference between a hosel and a ferrule. July 19, 2014
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