This Will Serve as the Review of Ledgestone Country Club in Branson Missouri. Me and JeffReed are heading out there tomorrow.
Here is some information from the course:
Our 18-hole, par 71, championship course is tucked away amidst the Ozark Mountains, just minutes from downtown Branson. LedgeStone C.C. offers a challenging and rewarding golf experience that has won the praise of members, guests and visitors alike. A combination of strategy and consideration for natural design, this dramatic Tom Clark layout features distinct elevation changes that require accurate shot shaping and distance control. Our five teeing areas stretch from 4,906 to 6,881 yards through the spectacular natural beauty of rock outcroppings, creeks, ponds and forest. The brilliance of the surroundings perfectly frames our faultless Bentgrass greens and tree lined Zoysia fairways, all of which are meticulously maintained by our dedicated staff.
This is the view of the sign when you drive into Ledgestone. It is a scenic, probably 2 mile drive through the hills of the Ozarks to get to the clubhouse.
When you pull into the parking lot you are greeted with this very nice view. The American Flag is a nice touch.
Here is the clubhouse. It is a gorgeous building, and a very big and expansive one at that. Includes a very stocked pro shop.
Here is a picture of me and Jeff walking into the Proshop.
This is the Dining Area.
This is the Ledgestone Grille. Has a full menu as well as a bar and a place to get snacks and gatorades, waters, etc.
Here is the driving range. Plenty of marked flags and enough space for 20-30 people on the range.
This is the short game area. A bunker that is filled with the softer sand we found out on the course.
Here is the very large putting green. This is located on the other side of the clubhouse near the parking lot.
What an awesome view behind the putting green. A gorgeous waterfall with the Ledgestone Logo made out of rocks on the right side.