Located about one mile from the City...Normandie Golf Course is the oldest golf course west of the Mississippi River. Designed by Robert Foulis of St. Andrews, Scotland in 1900, Normandie opened in 1901.
Located 7-10 minutes away from the City...This 18-hole picturesque golf course was built on the site of the 1904 Worlds Fair. The current clubhouse was the fair's train station. Many other historic buildings reside on the golf course property. The course sits in the middle of historic Eisenhower Park and on the weekends golfers can anticipate seeing 10,000 people jogging, roller blading, picnicking or strolling the parkway enjoying the view.
Located only a couple miles from the City...Norwood Hills is known as the "Club of Champions" Host of the National PGA Championship in 1948 won by Ben Hogan, National LPGA Events in 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968 & 1969, the PGA St. Louis Classic in 1972 & 1973, and the USGA Senior Amateur in 2001. This club is one of the few venues in St. Louis Metro area that has two golf courses.
Located about one mile from the City...This golf course is the site of the 1904 Olympic Golf Matches and is the oldest private golf course West of the Mississippi.