Thousand Hills Golf Resort is home to the most popular golf course in Branson for many good reasons. The 18-hole public golf course was voted numerous times as the Best of the Ozarks for Branson Golf Courses by the readers of the Springfield News-Leader. It was also rated 4 Stars by Golf Digest magazine. Thousand Hills Golf Resort gained popularity because of its ability in catering players in different skill levels from neophyte to professional golfers. This award winning golf course ensures golfers that the three separate sets of tees are challenging yet fair with no discrimination on age or experience.
The beautiful location of Thousand Hills Golf Course in a secluded area is another benefit in playing the 18-hole masterpiece. As your golf adventure in Branson takes you through beautiful wooded forests, unique rock formations, and around the Ozark streams, you would never think that are you near the 76 Strip in Branson that allows you easy access to the world-famous live music shows. Thousand Hills Golf offers a fascinating outdoor experience as it is only five minutes away from Lake Taneycomo and ten minutes from Table Rock Lake.
The beautiful location, good weather, and affordability offer local residents and tourists alike a unique opportunity to enjoy this exciting game at Thousand Hills Golf Resort while partaking the beauty of nature and majestic landscapes around the Ozark mountains. The beautiful design of the Thousand Hills Golf Course by Robert E. Cupp features large Crenshaw bent grass greens, beautifully maintained Zosia fairways and tees that offers veteran golfers, as well as ladies, casual and senior golfers a chance to play with the most popular golf course in Branson. The outstanding comforts and amenities in the golf facility of Thousand Hills make the place a first class golf course.
Since 1993, thousands of golfers have already played in Thousand Hills golf course in Branson and many of them came back to play again their favorite hobby. Another good reason why many golf enthusiasts play golf at Thousand Hills because it offers senior flags to senior golfers over age 55 to play on days specially open only for them. A new cart paths have been built also for senior golfers so that walking to the greens will be easy and comfortable. This new cart paths and senior flag system help make many senior golfers become interested to play golf often.
Thousand Hills Golf Course has been re-routed for a faster round and better flow of golf playing. The re-routing have placed the difficult par later in the round and not after the easiest hole on the golf course. The re-routing reduces the typical round to four hours or less. Golfers still get the same great 18 holes but can be played in a little less time.
If you are in Branson this spring season, play with the most popular golf course at Thousand Hills and experience its award winning 18-hole golf course that caters players with no discrimination on age and experience.
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