Thursday, October 4, 2018

Schedule Your Golf Getaway this Fall

Fall is one of the best times to hit the links at the Lake of the Ozarks. If you're looking for the best place to stay during your golf getaway, Summerset Inn is the place for you. Conveniently located in the heart of Osage Beach, there are many golf courses, dining, and other attractions nearby. Take a look below to learn about some of the local courses you can hit when you stay at the best resort at the Lake of the Ozarks!

The Oaks - The multiple tee boxes and beautiful Bermuda and Zoysia fairways make this championship course a unique and enjoyable experience for the expert as well as the novice. The Oaks' undulating Bentgrass greens, breathtaking elevation changes and scenic views of the Lake make this course a must play on your next visit to the Lake of the Ozarks.

Hidden Lakes - The Hidden Lakes Course has been ranked by USA Today as one of the best nine-hole courses in the U.S. The course features lush zoysia fairways and large bentgrass greens.

Bear Creek Valley - Bear Creek Valley Golf Club meanders through 250 acres of colorful Ozark forest, meadows, and scenic valleys along “Little Bear Creek”. The course has zoysia fairways, subtle L93 bentgrass greens and multiple tee settings, which will ensure an enjoyable, yet challenging, round of golf.

Deer Chase - Deer Chase offers a challenging track through the beautiful Auglaize River valley and surrounding hills. The course features Bermuda fairways overseeded for early spring green-up, multiple zoysia tees and the largest bentgrass green settings in the area.

The Cove - With 72 bunkers, rolling hills and water coming into play on 9 of the holes, this par-71 course is anything but tame. Breathtaking views of the Lake of the Ozarks and a classic design leave golfers wanting another shot at this legendary golf course.

The Ridge - Many golfers refer to the course’s altitude drops and generous landing areas as “player-friendly”. This par-72 course offers rolling hills, natural rock outcroppings, native wildflowers, and beautiful views of the Lake. The Ridge offers a challenging layout for golfers of all skill levels.

Eldon Golf Club - This course was recently voted the "Best Public Course" at the Lake of the Ozarks by Lake Sun newspaper readers. Set amid a backdrop of wooded areas, rolling hills and creeks, Eldon Golf Club is sure to provide a pleasurable experience for golfers. Zoysia fairways and an upgraded bunker system, lead to accommodating greens. The exceptional layout offers four tee locations to challenge golfers of all skill levels.

Osage National - The course at Osage National is laid out on beautifully forested, rolling terrain and surrounded by lakes, creeks and the imposing bluffs of the Osage River. This tranquil setting provides the backdrop for a challenging, enjoyable golf experience.

Old Kinderhook - Spectacular vistas, elevations, and a championship layout meander through the Ozark hills at Old Kinderhook. It turns the rolling topography, rock waterfalls, and flowering trees into one of the Midwest's finest golf courses. Each hole captures a special aspect of the terrain and offers an experience to delight golfers of all skill levels.

Lake Valley - The gently rolling terrain at Lake Valley features player-friendly fairways and quick, undulating greens making this a course that is enjoyable for the average player, yet challenging for the skilled golfer. The scenic beauty of the elevation changes display the beauty of the Lake of the Ozarks and will leave a lasting impression on every visitor.

What are you waiting for? Schedule your golf getaway to the Lake of the Ozarks today. The fall weather is the ideal time to hit the course. Enjoy the breathtaking views as the leaves start to change color, as well. We look forward to providing you with a comfortable and convenient place to stay during your vacation to the Lake of the Ozarks!

Summerset Inn Resort & Villas
1165 Jeffries Road Osage Beach, MO  65065

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