Golf Courses and Golf Communities of Springfield MO
If you're interested in golf community neighborhoods, you'll find quite a few selections available in Springfield MO.
First, Hickory Hills Country Club is considered one of the premier private golf courses in the state. In addition to social events, the clubhouse is available for private events like meetings and weddings with fantastic dining. There is also an outstanding tennis area with eight courts (six hard courts and two clay courts). You’ll discover a pro shop that features private lessons, special clinics and organized play/events. Swimmers love the aquatic center that’s open all summer long, but the main attraction is definitely the championship 18-hole golf course. You'll find a number of homes at Hickory Hills in Springfield MO that include everything, like starter homes, condos and single-family homes.
Members of the private Highland Springs Country Club can enjoy breathtaking views of the grounds, with its three-story clubhouse, including banquet facilities and meeting rooms. Tennis lovers, both adult and junior, have five courts to enjoy (four Nova Court cushioned surfaces and one Har-Tru clay court). In the summer months, water lovers can flock to the U-shaped Olympic pool with deep-end diving boards or the kids’ splash zone. One of the best highlights, without a doubt, is the Highland Springs Golf Course that hosts the annual Price Cutter Charity Championship, created in 1990 to benefit children throughout the Ozarks. Home locations in the Highland Springs neighborhood include wooded acreage to beautiful golf course views. As for the homes themselves, you'll find smaller sized manors to the lavish estates.
Third, the Horton Smith Golf Course, named after Springfield’s first local Masters Champion, is a public, 18-hole golf course. Featuring a full grass driving range and a fully stocked pro shop, it has everything players of varying skill require for a great day of golf. They also feature a number of clinics, leagues and tournaments throughout the year. Although Horton Smith Golf Course doesn't have its own subdivision, you can still find moderately priced homes nearby in neighborhoods like Sherwood, Sherwood Village, Marlborough East, Windchime, Camelot, Manley Manor, Suburban Heights, South Creek and Marlborough.
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