Sioux Passage Park
Great course! For most of the season, very well maintained! It provides a mix of long shots and shots that require precision accuracy. One of my favorites but I wouldn't recommend to a beginner. Try it out!
Great course over all
A little to open for our tastes
plenty of distance to cover and the hole 9 to hole 10 gap is best driven
Love this course. Plenty of chances to rip your drives as hard as you can.
Pros: excellent tee pads, great layout, tons of fun!
Cons: kinda far from my house.
Play this course!
A definite 5. This course reminded me of Waterworks in KC. I love the elevation changes and you will find that hole nine is a down hill slide for an uphill throw...interesting. Beautiful layout, easy to follow. A must play if you are in the STL area. Bring your arm, the 18th played at 800 yards. Humbling finish to a great course.
This is one of the most challenging courses for sure.. my rank in difficulty would be Bluebird, Unger, Endi, JB, Sioux This course has alot of open shots but very long in distance. You need a cannon for an arm for sure..no noodle arms here!! There are alot of elevation changes on your shots which make it super difficult. Some of the holes you just set back and go wow...really?!?!? Very nice layout and if it was a little closer I would prob make this my course of choice. . . I advise after playing the first 9 hopping in your car and driving to #10 (kinda far from 9 and 18 ends right there by 10)
I'd say it's a 4.5 and I rounded down because everyone else went with 5. Beautiful hilly long course. My favorite in St. Louis. Concrete pads and multiple placements. The design has 9 holes in the middle of the park and 9 in the back. It's easier to drive from 9 to 10. The native grass on the back plays OB. If you only have time to play one course in St. Louis, I'd go with this one.
Best course in St. Louis when there are mostly blue pin placements. Great challenge and a great long downhill shot to hole #13 that you can (with a decent arm) drive the 548ft for a birdie!
An amazing course...it deffinetly doesn't hurt if you got a cannon to play here, 380 is about the end of my power range and I can par all but 18.
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