Lodge of Four Seasons
About Lodge of Four SeasonsLocated in Lake Ozark, the Lodge of Four Seasons is one of the Missouri Ozarks' most historic golf getaways, dating back to 1964. Today, this lakefront property has 54 holes of golf if you're including an 18-hole private club, the Club at Porto Cima, by Jack Nicklaus. The Ridge and Cove courses, designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr., are available to the public and resort guests of the Lodge at Four Seasons. The lodge features 350 guest rooms and suites and received a $15-million renovation in 2016. Amenities include a lakefront beach, marina, multiple pools and tennis. Spa Shiki highlights rejuvenating amenities, while there is also fine dining, casual fare and a coffee shop on premises. For families, the Avila condominiums feature two-bedroom suites and 1,200 square feet of space. The Lodge at Four Seasons is among the Lake of the Ozarks area's top golf getaways and has stay-and-play and unlimited golf packages.
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Play somewhere else
My wife and I played the course on July 6th, 2021. We played it years ago and it use to be in excellent condition. NOW however, its in very poor condition. Fair ways are wash board, cart paths are broken and damaged, greens are dying with large areas of black spots, sand bunkers with little or no river sand, the ruff has multiple weeds grasses if at all, this tract should be plowed into a new condo project. We were very very disappointed.
Review of The (Seasons) Ridge
Friendly staff in pro shop, on course and in bar area.
Great views, especially from tee boxes. Fairways and greens in good shape. Greens run well. Has adequate driving range and small putting area.
Several holes very challenging either off the tee or on uphill approach to green. A very good test of golf. Enjoyed playing here very much.
Nice course with challenging front 9, which requires good course management. Played in the rain so it was cart path only, which made it more challenging due to the terrain. A few putting greens around creeks and lake had lots of geese poop. Hope this will get cleaned up soon.
We will play it again.
The course has great scenery, but needed mowed in some areas.
Cart path only
While the weather hat day was sunny and warm, the course was still wet from rains two evening before. Having to walk from the cart paths to our balls was quite a walk ev3en into the fairway. A discount should be given for conditions like this when you can't really enjoy the whole course. .
cart path only
Discount should have been given for wet conditions requiring golfers to se cart paths only.
How were the conditions otherwise? Course in good shape?
Course needs some work to get back in shape.
Beautiful course but needs dmome tlc, especially the greens
Early season golf
Very nice layout. Would be awesome in the middle of summer. It was in ok condition for March condition. I’d play it again.
Greens all had dark patches and looked terrible. I think it was number 15, that was surrounded by dozens of geese. There were goose droppings everywhere covering the red tee box and around the green. It was barely playable.
The pro shop employee was borderline rude and acted as if I was bothering him to rent a club. This was our 4th day playing in the area, and it was by far our least favorite course.
Agree, this place is a dog tract