Osage National Golf Resort
About Osage National Golf ResortOsage National is a 27-hole golf course designed by Arnold Palmer in Lake Ozark, Missouri with onsite stay-and-play packages available through its Pines and Copper Falls condos. These units are two-bedroom, 2-bathroom units and located next door to the clubhouse, pro shop and Eagle View Sports Bar & Grille.
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18 at Osage National
These courses were great, we played River then Mountain, one completely different than the other Staff was vey nice, food at bar very good
great day of golf
We showed up about 5 mins late to our tee time, lady at the front desk was very nice and there was no fuss made. We played the Links 9 first. This is the easier of the 2 sets of 9 we played. Nice course, greens were decent. The back 9 was the River course, this was much harder with water on virtually every hole. first hole I hit a little slice that would normally have been in the rough but it rolled into the water so accuracy is key on this hole. We killed a snake on one hole, and on 18 we saw a bald eagle swooping down into a pond trying to catch dinner. For $40 I would definatley play here again. I plan to play the Mountain 9 next time.
Rained the day before causing a cart-path only situation. Very slow play........took 5 hrs. & 15 minutes! Early spring time so greens had recently been areated and sanded.........making putting very challenging. Beautiful location with typical Ozarks rolling hills and water features.
Great course. Didn't get to play. Waited for rain to stop. It didn't I'm out $45. For nothing. I've used golf.now 3 years, but i won't use it any more. By the time the rain didn't stop my "hour before tee time" expired.
Lots of water but not many forced carries, on the mountain course there are a lot of elevation changes.
For the middle of winter the course was in great condition. I can only imagine how it would be in the summer. Every hole was different. The views were great also.
A must Missouri course
Played the river and mountain. Loved the river nine. Was flat and picturesque with welcoming greens. The mountain holes were difficult. Course was in great shape for late fall.
Condition of course
If it wasn’t for the excellent deal from Golf Now, I would be upset. The course condition was great except for the greens on these two courses. They had been aerated with an excessive amount of large holes and were filled with sand. Way tooooo bumpy to putt on or to chip. The greens need to be rolled to smooth them out and make playable. The greens on the Links course were fine. This has always been an excellent course!
There are three nine hole courses there, each very different.
The "Mountain Course" had a variety of challanging holes, & was great fun even though the greens had just been areated & sanded. I was disappointed that the "River" Course was closed. So, my second nine was the "Links Course". It was less challanging, and the red tee box for second hole was poorly marked. But all in all, it was an enjoyable experience.
Beautiful and Challenging
Bring extra golf balls with you. The course is tight in some places and it swallowed up a good number of my golf balls. The greens were undulating and consistent speed. A lot of fun putts! Very enjoyable course play.