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    Nice Golf Courses around KC

    I will be down in Kansas City for a week for work and will have a day to burn down there. I would like some good idea on some good courses in the area, preferably somewhat close to Overland Park. I'm not too worried about price. Any suggestions are great.


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    Re: Nice Golf Courses around KC

    I've played Adams Pointe in Blue Springs and enjoyed it.



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    Re: Nice Golf Courses around KC

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    I've played Adams Pointe in Blue Springs and enjoyed it.
    Looks pretty good. That may be where I go.


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    Re: Nice Golf Courses around KC

    I played Tiffany Greens and Shoal Creek earlier this year, both nice courses. Tiffany Greens is nicer, but both are good.


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    Re: Nice Golf Courses around KC

    Ironhorse, Shoal Creek, Dub's Dread are great public courses.

    Lionsgate and Loch Lloyd are awesome private courses if you can get on them.

    I would also suggest Stone Canyon. Its a brand new Greg Norman design that I've heard is great. That would be my #1 if I were you.



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    Re: Nice Golf Courses around KC

    Shoal Creek



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    Re: Nice Golf Courses around KC

    Quote Originally Posted by ksclone2 View Post
    Ironhorse, Shoal Creek, Dub's Dread are great public courses.

    Lionsgate and Loch Lloyd are awesome private courses if you can get on them.

    I would also suggest Stone Canyon. Its a brand new Greg Norman design that I've heard is great. That would be my #1 if I were you.

    Above is a good list to start with.



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    Re: Nice Golf Courses around KC

    Quote Originally Posted by ksclone2 View Post
    Ironhorse, Shoal Creek, Dub's Dread are great public courses.

    Lionsgate and Loch Lloyd are awesome private courses if you can get on them.

    I would also suggest Stone Canyon. Its a brand new Greg Norman design that I've heard is great. That would be my #1 if I were you.
    I think I may try to play Stone Canyon in the morning and Ironhorse in the afternoon. They both look pretty solid.


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    Re: Nice Golf Courses around KC

    Ironhorse is a tremendous test of golf. Great layout.



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    Re: Nice Golf Courses around KC

    Quote Originally Posted by ksclone2 View Post
    I would also suggest Stone Canyon. Its a brand new Greg Norman design that I've heard is great. That would be my #1 if I were you.
    I played there the first season it was open and enjoyed it. The front 9 is a lot more fun than the back.


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    Re: Nice Golf Courses around KC

    Suppose to be playing Shoal Creek next week and I've heard good things



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    Re: Nice Golf Courses around KC

    Most of those courses above are a ways from the Overland Park area. If you want to stay in Kansas, I would suggest Ironhorse ($$), Deer Creek ($$) Prairie Highlands ($$), Falcon Ridge ($$$) and the new Golf Club of Kansas ($$$). All are within the Johnson County area.

    Let me know what you go with. Those are good tracks!


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    Re: Nice Golf Courses around KC

    Quote Originally Posted by yaman3 View Post
    I think I may try to play Stone Canyon in the morning and Ironhorse in the afternoon. They both look pretty solid.
    Stone Canyon sucks. And it smells bad. Built on a land fill. It smells BAD!

    Tiffany Greens and Shole are both great for public in the Northland. The National for private. In op Ironhorse and Deercreek. Blue Springs Adams Point (way better then Stone Canyon.




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    Re: Nice Golf Courses around KC

    I heard Sycamore Ridge is good as well....

    Sycamore Ridge Golf Course- Spring Hill, KS

    I have to check out all those courses sometime. I normally play at Eagle Bend in Lawrence or Lake Shawnee in Topeka. They are both decent.



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    Re: Nice Golf Courses around KC

    Quote Originally Posted by Clones85' View Post
    Suppose to be playing Shoal Creek next week and I've heard good things
    Shoal Creek is a great course. You will enjoy it. It is rated the 2nd best public golf course in the state of Missouri.



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