Terre Du Lac Golf & Country Club - Valley Course
|Red (W)||37||2549 yards|
|Blue M: 37.1/129 W: 40.3/142||423||402||193||479||402||500||142||388||420||3349||3349|
|White M: 35.3/125 W: 37.6/135||352||327||147||469||349||488||125||342||372||2971||2971|
|Red M: 32.9/113 W: 35.1/120||344||315||131||353||227||411||115||285||368||2549||2549|
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I have moved to mid-Missouri, and I wanted to try a new course over the holiday. I like the design of Terre Du Lac. Greens were plugged and sanded, so hoping those come back. The greens were also small, and the flags did not seem to fit into the holes consistently. Fairways and tees were acceptable. There was still some storm damage from rain and wind around the course, but not in play. I would move some branches and broken tees while waiting.
The one item I was not aware of when I went was the members were having a Hawaiian hit and giggle tournament. Membership at Terre Du Lac seems to be anyone in the neighborhood. I want new people playing golf. But, newbies can lead to some slow rounds without the opportunity to play through.
Also, saw a seven-some (7!) on the course ahead of me on the back nine. Fortunately, they were about 4/5 holes ahead of me, so I did not catch them. But, they were leaving the green on 18 when I was on the tee, so they were in range.
Overall, decent course. If I go back, I hope I catch it on a non-tournament day.
Even after a bad storm that took down 21 trees the course is still in great shape.
Small town course
Rough is not in good shape, small greens were just aerated, slow, fairways were dormant this early in season, probably from lack of watering. Too far to drive for course this far out.
Course is in fantastic shape. Greens are in great shape. Play it everyday week.