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Discover A Golfer's Haven At The Branson Creek Golf Club

 The Ozark mountains of southwest Missouri are more than just picturesque, they are also home to one of the top 100 Golf Courses in the Country. Branson Creek Golf Club, named one of the ‘Top 100 Courses You Can Play’ in 2008-2009, is within a day’s drive of fifty percent of the nation’s population.

The Branson Creek Golf Club course, designed by legendary golf course architect Tom Fazio, features a challenging seven thousand yard, Par 71 championship layout. There are 5 sets of tees etched into the magnificent Ozarks landscape with a view second-to-none. For many Branson Creek Golf Club is considered the centerpiece for golf in the heart of the country as evidenced by Midwest Living Magazine’s award naming Branson Creek as the 'Best of the Midwest'.

While the list of awards received by Branson Creek Golf Club is lengthy it is the experience of playing on a world-class golf course that is most memorable. “When you play Branson Creek, the rest of the world disappears. You can’t see the other holes, or houses, or cars- nothing encroaches on your experience. Golfers are entirely immersed in the natural setting of beautiful rolling hills and native trees. Seven holes have water features, including creeks, waterfalls, and two small lakes” Mark Ophoven, Branson Creek Golf Club’s General Manager & Director of Golf says. ‘To be able to enjoy high-quality golf like this, just a few miles from the heart of Branson, is an amazing thing.”

By Leroy Worley

Getting There:

To learn more about Golf at the Branson Creek Golf Club and plan your getaway to Branson call the Branson Tourism Center, located at 220 Branson Hills Parkway, in Branson, MO. These friendly folks are known for their warmth and hospitality, and can offer a wealth of information on the area as well as current packages available. For golf and recreation, attractions, events and more information on visiting Branson call (800) 758 - 1550 or visit

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