Owensville Golf Course in Owensville features beautiful greens that are sure to meet your course expectations.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
So if you want to work on your putting or swinging skills, stop by Owensville Golf Course in Owensville today and test your moves on the golf course.
No better place in Washington to have a golfers gathering than at Franklin County Country Club.
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The terrain surrounding Wolf Hollow Golf Club was designed by one of the finest landscapers in the world—Mother Nature. Of course, noted course architect Gary Kern helped with the golf part. Known for his many world-class courses scattered throughout the Midwest, Kern's prowess is evident here, but it's the natural landscape of Franklin County's rolling hills and a challenging elevation change of 175 feet that sets Wolf Hollow apart. By hole two, players will be making hard decisions as they attempt to thread the needle between the green and the creek, and by hole sixteen they'll be roughing it uphill on the toughest part of the course. After their rounds, golfers can take further advantage of the landscape's riches, heading out to Highway 100 to enjoy the fruits of Missouri's Wine Country.
A 30,000-square-foot clubhouse overlooks the course as it cleaves through more than 200 acres of dense forest, undulating fairways, and a meandering stream that comes into play on multiple holes. Players' skills are immediately put to the test as they try to keep snorkeling gear in their bag on the fourth hole, where a stream runs along the entire right side of the fairway. As the front nine’s only par 5, the fourth hole still presents a birdie opportunity due to its sub-500-yard length, wide fairway, and lack of quicksand bunkers. The water continues flow on the back nine, which, at a full 400 yards longer than the front, makes players earn their postround beers back at the clubhouse, where they can survey the course's expanse through the structure’s massive windows.
Course at a Glance:
18-hole, par 71 course
Total length of 6,443 yards from the back tees
Course rating of 72.4 from the back tees
Course slope of 138 from the back tees
Four sets of tees per hole