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Top of the Rock — Home to the Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf

Top of the Rock Golf Course

150 Top of the Rock Road
Ridgedale, MO 65739
Phone: 417-335-2777 or 1-800-BC-LODGE
Websites:
Top of the Rock Big Cedar
Golf Course Architects: Jack Nicklaus Signature Design
Course Opening: 2014
Length: 1,420 yards
Par: 27
Rating: 27.7
Fairways: Zoysia
Rough: Bluegrass
Tees/Greens: Bentgrass

Located next to Big Cedar Lodge, Top of the Rock Golf Course is one of the most amazing golf experiences ever developed. Johnny Morris, with the assistance of golf legends Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson, and Arnold Palmer, spent nearly 8 years crafting the Top of the Rock Golf Course out of the Ozarks landscape. 

The first-ever Par-3 course to stage a PGA TOUR-sanctioned event, Top of the Rock is Missouri golf at its finest. Located high above Table Rock Lake with tranquil waterfalls, meandering creeks, and lakes and ponds teeming with bass, the course is a true celebration of nature.

In addition to the Jack Nicklaus Signature Course, golfers will enjoy the Arnold Palmer-designed practice facility and Arnie's Barn, a beautifully restored 150-year-old barn that was transported from Palmer's hometown of Latrobe, Pennsylvania. The barn was rebuilt plank by plank and then finished with historic photos and memorabilia from The King's legendary career.

Ozarks National — Home to the Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf

Ozarks National Golf Course

1250 Golf Club Drive
Hollister, MO 65672
Phone: 417-339-5421
Website: Big Cedar
Golf Course Architects: Bill Coore & Ben Crenshaw
Course Opening: 2019
Head Golf Professional: Greg Thomas
Length: 7,036 yards
Par: 71
Slope: 73.9/131
Fairways: Zoysia
Greens: Bentgrass

 

Adding to an amazing list of world-class golf courses, Big Cedar Lodge is proud to introduce Ozarks National, Missouri’s first and only golf course designed by architect duo Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw. Measuring 7,036 yards from the back tees, the course represents the terrain of the Ozarks with incredible vistas and beautiful views.

The 18-hole layout features challenging carries and a variety of visually appealing approach shots that are highlighted by the native habitat. The course also includes interesting features, such as a 400-foot wooden beam and plank bridge, which connects the tee box and fairway of the 13th hole that stands 60-feet above a flowing creek.