Explore Branson’s golf courses featured in the GolfPass Guide

(BRANSON, MISSOURI – September 22, 2022) – The GolfPass editorial team has compiled information on over 800 golf resorts in all 50 states, and all Branson golf resorts are featured prominently in the Interactive map of Missouri.

“Big Cedar Lodge’s explosive growth over the past decade has put Missouri on the golfers’ map. Branson offers several properties with golf courses that take advantage of nature’s beauty,” the GolfPass editorial team wrote on the Missouri Golf Resorts homepage.

Owned by NBC Universal, which also owns Golf Channel and other industry-leading entities, GolfPass has created the first comprehensive list of golf resorts in the country. The Missouri State Map helps golfers identify and locate each resort and each resort’s pages that list the type of amenities offered.

“There’s a golf resort for every golfing skill and every budget, from state parks and courses with simple cottages and cabin accommodations to lavish five-star ocean retreats,” the editorial team wrote. of Golf Pass.

This is true in Branson, whose most notable golf resort is Big Cedar Lodge and its five courses – Payne’s Valley (by Tiger Woods), Ozarks National (Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw), Buffalo Ridge (Tom Fazio), Top of the Rock (Jack Nicklaus) and Mountain Top (Gary Player).

Other 18-hole options at the destination include Branson Hills (Chuck Smith), LedgeStone (Tom Clark), Thousand Hills (Bob Cupp), The Pointe and Holiday Hills. Branson Hills is one of the top 10 courses in Missouri and has been ranked #32 nationally by Golfpass and Golf Advisor players.

Fall is a great season to play golf at one of Explore Branson’s 10 courses that offer a variety of options in design style, price, terrain, after-game options and resort amenities. Branson is less than a day’s drive away – 12 hours or less – for 50% of the US population (one-third is less than 8 hours away), and five of the state’s top 10 courses are here (including the first four).

All 10 Explore Branson golf courses are open to the public and range from luxury resort to day rate options. Located close to each other, the courses are located near the iconic Silver Dollar City theme park, museums (Titanic and Ancient Ozarks Natural History), wineries, distilleries and countless other attractions without losing their idyllic setting. amid the natural bounty of the Ozarks.

Branson is voted one of TripAdvisor’s Top American Destinations annually, ranking #3 in 2021.

To learn more about Branson Golf, visit:

Dan Shepherd, [email protected], 703.403.5317
Gary Trask, [email protected], 978.228.0314

Michael C. Ford