Top Golf Courses in the Meeting of the Great Rivers
Dreaming of blades of luscious green grass blanketing the fairways? Pinch yourself because the grass is always greener all around Alton. Hit the greens early and spend a couple of days teeing off at the eight courses along the Great Rivers Golf Trail, featuring some of the best courses in St. Louis. The 19th hole awaits in Downtown Alton with live entertainment, casino gaming and nightlife that is legendary!
If you've been itching to give your clubs the first swing of spring, you'll want to check out our courses, most of which are extremely affordable, and all are downright fun!
Cloverleaf Golf Course, Alton
As one of the oldest family owned and operated 18-hole courses in the St. Louis area, golfers can expect a leisurely round at an affordable price!
Rock Spring Golf Course, Alton
With tight tree-lined fairways, this 9-hole course, known for its scenic beauty, is perfect for beginning and intermediate golfers alike.
Spencer T. Olin Golf Course, Alton
Built on rolling hills with scenic views of the country side, this championship 18-hole Arnold Palmer designed and managed course was host to the 1999 USGA Public Links Championship has been rated the #1 course in the St. Louis area. It offers a challenge to even the most experienced golfer.
Woodlands Golf Club, Alton
Considered to be one of the best course in Alton, water hazards come into play on fourteen of the eighteen holes, making this course a challenge to players of all skill levels.
Lockhaven Golf Club, Godfrey
Lockhaven Golf Club is a professionally designed 18-hole, 72-par public course located on the bluffs overlooking the Mississippi River and the meeting of the Great Rivers National Scenic Byway.
Rolling Hills Golf Club, Godfrey
This affordable course built on rolling terrain with lakes, offers a challenge to golfers of all levels of experience and a choice of both a 9 and 18-hole course.
Wolves Crossing, Jerseyville
Open year-round for golfers of all skill levels, the front nine holes of this course typically play straightaway with the back nine presenting more challenge when water comes into play.
Belk Park, Wood River
Recognized as one of the best courses in the St. Louis area and the winner of Golf Digest's "Best Places to Play" award, this 18-hole championship course is known for hole #16 - requiring two separate shots over water before reaching the green. www.belkpark.com
Grab your clubs and get ready to tee off at one of the eight different golf courses in the region, including an Arnold Palmer designed and operated course. Most courses are extremely affordable, and all are downright fun! We even have great courses for those planning a golf outing or tournament, complete with banquet facilities, grills and Pro Shops.
Plan to stay the weekend and get in as much play as possible with one of our deals and packages.