Other WGM Facilities

Bogey Hills Country Club

bogey.jpgThe first of the Walters Golf Management golf courses, Bogey Hills Golf and Country Club opened in 1962. This 18-hole private club currently serves more than 350 members. The course itself is 6,621 yards, par 71 and has plenty of elevation changes to challenge players. The 38,000 square foot clubhouse has been completely renovated in January 1999 in an effort to sustain its "commitment to quality," and remains a popular venue for wedding receptions.

Bogey Hills, known for its great greens, is also host of the annual Gateway Masters golf tournament. Since many of the staff members at Bogey Hills have worked at this golf course for years, their experience enables them to meet the needs of club members and guests on an ongoing basis, demonstrating their "dedication to membership."

Gateway National Golf Links

gateway.jpgIn 1997, the company's first year, Walters Golf Management began two separate projects on opposite ends of St. Louis. The eastern project took place in Madison, Ill., where construction began on Gateway National Golf Links. Located just five minutes from historic, downtown St. Louis, Gateway National is rich in tradition, illustrated by its stone bridges and tie wall bunkers.

This 18-hole golf course was designed by Keith Foster, a renowned golf course architect, and is the only public bent grass golf course in the St. Louis area. The 7,000 square foot clubhouse features a relaxing atmosphere in its dining facilities and includes a pavilion for those who want to dine outdoors. Gateway National Golf Links contended for national honors in 1999.

Stonewolf Golf Club

stonewolf.jpgPlay Stonewolf Again … for the First Time 
Just when you think you know Stonewolf, we're changing it.  All for the better!
Stonewolf Golf Club, now under the expert guidance of the Walters Golf Management Group, is out to transform itself into the premier golf destination in the greater St. Louis area. You have our word on it – and you have Jack's signature on it!

Jack Nicklaus Signature golf. Stonewolf is more than a Jack Nicklaus designed course, which in and of itself is pretty impressive. This is a Jack Nicklaus Signature course. That means the man, the legend himself, Jack Nicklaus took an active hand in the total design and construction of this magnificent golf course. This is one of only four Jack Nicklaus Signature courses in Illinois and Missouri!

With a Jack Nicklaus Signature course, you get what you would expect... Perfect Golf!

Far Oaks Golf Club

faroaks.jpgFar Oaks Golf Club is a Bob Goalby Designed Course located in Caseyville, Illinois just minutes from Downtown St. Louis. The course is recognized annually as one of the top golf courses in the St. Louis Metropolitan Area.
Our 8,000 square foot full-service clubhouse offers a grill and bar, meeting room, locker rooms and a well stocked pro shop.

Whether you are entertaining guests, hosting a fund-raising event, planning a tournament, or purchasing golf apparel, Far Oaks offers a first-class facility and quality service. All of this is only minutes away from Downtown St. Louis, but miles apart from the rest!

Osage National Golf Resort

As soon as you arrive at Osage National Golf Resort, you realize you're at a special golf destination. If this is your first time at our facility you may have a few questions, but rest assured, we are here to provide you a memorable experience.  Drop your bags at the bag drop and one of our professional staff will take your clubs to an awaiting cart. As you enter the golf shop, you'll find a warm and friendly Midwestern welcome. At this stage, you'll have to answer a simple question:Osage174x116.png

"Would you like to play 9,18, or 27 holes today"?

That's right—at Osage National Golf Resort, we have 27 holes—18 of them designed by Arnold Palmer. This means we strive to never say we can't or don't have a tee time for you.

If you have some time before you head to the first tee, warm-up on the range. Then sharpen your chipping and putting before the round at one of our two short game facilities. All of which is included in your greens fees. 

There's one more thing you might notice: the pool complex at Osage National Golf Resort. If you have booked a tee time at Osage National and you have family members who would rather not play golf, they can spend a wonderful day swimming at the pool complex, at no charge, leaving you guilt-free to enjoy the superbly-conditioned golf course you're about play. You will soon agree that Osage National is one of the most beautiful golf courses in Missouri.

Normandie Golf Club

normandie.jpgBuilt in 1901, historic Normandie Golf Course is the oldest Public golf course still in operation in it's original location, West of the Mississippi River. Designed in St. Louis by Robert Foulis, a disciple of Old Tom Morris of St. Andrews, Scotland fame, the course is a true delight to play. With its unique routing and throwback style, Normandie is a true golfing gem and a delight to behold. The Bermuda fairways and undulating greens are always in top condition and ready for play.

Normandie's relaxing but competitive atmosphere makes it a unique golfing home. With a full service pro shop offering instructional programs for golfers of all ages and abilities as well as a nice selection of apparel and golfing essentials, Normandie's clubhouse is chock full of value and options. The food is outstanding; choose from a wide variety of lunch offerings or your favorite cold beverage to take with you for the back nine. Our professional staff runs some of the most fun and entertaining outings in the St. Louis metropolitan area.   Be sure to inquire about the custom packages we can offer to your next tournament or outing.

Emerald Greens Golf Course

emeraldgreens.jpgEmerald Greens Golf Course is a beautiful and scenic golf course tucked away in North County, St. Louis.  Each hole seems as if you are on your own private golf course, away from the disturbances of modern day life.  The wildlife on the par 70, 365 acre layout is astounding.  Deer, fox, and a variety of birds are as common as golf carts, sand bunkers, and water hazards.  Emerald Greens is not only a fun and challenging layout, but is also a beautiful and up close view of the indigenous wildlife on the Mississippi River confluence.

There is always a new reason to enjoy a day of golf and fun times with family and friends at Emerald Greens Golf Course.  Golf is the ideal way to enjoy the outdoors and the company of others.

Pevely Farms Golf Club

pevely.jpgPevely Farms, a once-thriving dairy show farm, has been transformed into a world-class golf experience by one of the greatest names in golf course architecture, Arthur Hills. He has delicately sculpted this 18 hole championship golf course into the natural beauty of the Meramec Valley.
The layout, playing at over 7,100 yards from the championship tees, features manicured zoysia fairways and bent grass greens. Arthur Hills' philosophy encompasses golfers of all skill levels by providing an admirable challenge to the scratch golfer as well as an abundance of enjoyment for the occasional player. While many courses feature a memorable hole or two, Pevely Farms boasts one postcard worthy view after another.

Eagle Knoll Golf Course

Eagle Knoll is a par 72 public golf course that sits on 180 acres of picturesque terrain. This classic Ozark style course was designed by renowned architect Gary Kern and features rolling zoyzia fairways and sloping bent grass greens. EKPicEnhanced1-175w.jpgAdd in the breathtaking elevation changes and you have a golfing experience that is strategic as well as aesthetic. Winding through hills and gorges, wetlands and wildlife, Eagle Knoll offers four sets of tees to challenge all levels of play and is ideal for those that are seeking a unique golf experience.

Starting in March and lasting into October over 70 species of wild flowers bloom adding color and beautiful scenery. Come fall the massive oaks, maples, and ash trees display their bountiful fall colors lending to the courses panoramic views. The knoll-top clubhouse commands an imposing view to cover most of the course. The view to the southwest extends beyond the Missouri River Valley, where American Eagles soar and fish. Come experience Eagle Knoll Golf Course – its rolling terrain, its unique vistas, and its magnificent playing areas.

Oak Terrace Resort & Spa

oakterrace.jpgLocated less than a 2 hour drive from downtown St. Louis, Oak Terrace provides the perfect place for a short get-away.  With a fun-yet-challenging golf course, comfy accommodations, and a state-of-the-art spa it has amenities for everyone.  The course is a true tale of two nines, the front nine is a links-style course featuring water hazards, while the back nine cuts through mature woodlands challenging players with rolling fairways and water hazards.

Oak Terrace is a place you can go to relax, get rejuvenated by the spa and play a great golf course.  The best part is with the on-site accommodations you don't have to worry about driving here and driving there, they have everything you'll need.

Crab Orchard Golf Club

Crab_Orchard_Pic.jpgCrab Orchard Golf Club is an 18 hole semi-private facility located in Carterville, Illinois.  The par 70 golf course has established iteself as one of the better competitive venues in the area.  With a tradition of superb conditioning, the golf course boasts water on nine holes, large oak trees, throughout, and lush fairways of Myers Zoysia and Westwood Bermuda.  The golf course plays dramatically different depending on the tees chosen.  The average player can have fun from the middle and forward tees but the golf course becomes much more demanding from the Championship markers.  Amenities include a full service, fully stocked golf shop with equipment and fashions to meet all your needs.  A large Bermuda practice area with target greens and a bunker complete the range facility.  The clubhouse features great food at a very competitive price.  Special meeting rooms are also available.

Innsbrook Resort

Innsbrook_resort.jpgA vacation home community just an hour west of St. Louis, Innsbrook Resort offers a breathtaking 7500 acres -- an outdoor playground of towering trees, rolling hills and more than 100 lakes.  Innsbrook's public 18-hole championship golf course is carved out of the wooded, rolling hillsides of eastern Missouri.  The course offers dramatic elevation changes and scenic views, challening the low handicapper from the back tees as well as the high handicapper and ladies from the front tees.  Innsbrook is the perfect location for the weekend getaway with special overnight golf packages that offer savings on tee times with plush accomodations.

Union Hills Golf Course

Union_hills_4.jpgLocated in Pevely, MO, Union Hills is an 18-hole course featuring 6560 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72.  The Homer Herpel/Gary Kern designed opened in 1960.  The course is wide open on the front nine, with a few dogleg left fairways.  The course becomes more challenging on the back nine due to the narrow, tree-lined fairways.  The front and back nine play very differently due to the difference in terrain features.  There are water hazards coming into play on four holes.  Union Hills is easy to get to and always a fun experience.

Clinton Hill Golf Course

Clinton_Hills_Image.jpgClinton Hill Golf Course is a classic style golf course with a rich history and tradition for the public golfer. Opened in 1970, each nine has it own character and challenge.  The gently rolling tree-lined fairways are contoured to provide you with a pleasurable scenic golf experience.  The greens are very large, challenging you to make the proper club selection for the approach shot. The front nine is longer and well bunkered. Water comes into play on seven of the holes on the back nine.  The multiple tee system enhances the fairness and playability of the course.  Clinton Hill is a mature and challenging course that requires you to play a variety of golf shots.

Woods Fort Golf Course

The real star of the show at Woods Fort Golf Course is the high quality layout. This course was built on rolling hills so you can expect some uneven lies. The fairways are relatively wide and generous, Pic1_173w.pngand the greens are average to large, most with undulations. Water hazards come into play on four holes. The signature hole is number 17, a 298-yard par 4. You can choose to drive the green, carry of some 270 yards and over a lake with stacked boulders on the front side of the green. Or you can lay up in the generous fairway and then maneuver the water and boulders. Our course features 6,404 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72, a course rating of 71.8 and a slope of 129. Designed by Jerry Loomis, the Woods Fort golf course is a classic.