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180 N Eatherton Rd
Chesterfield, MO  63005-3502
United States
P: (636) 728-1927
F: (636) 536-1633
Landings Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

71 par | 6,700 yards | 132 slope

72.1 rating | Zoysia grass

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Landings Golf Course

The 18-hole "Landings" course at the Landings At Spirit Golf Club facility in Chesterfield, Missouri features 6,700 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71. The course rating is 72.1 and it has a slope rating of 132 on Zoysia grass. Designed by Roger Null, the Landings golf course opened in 2000. Professional Equities, Inc. manages this facility, with Paul Gerson as the Proshop Manager.

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Time5am - 9pm
Price $0 - $500
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Reviewed August 11, 2014

needs more water

Reviewed February 21, 2011

easy course to walk, the airport adds some distractions to one game but you just need to focus more

Reviewed May 05, 2009

A little expensive, but nice course. Tired greens are difficult, pin placement was quite tough the day I played.

Reviewed December 31, 2008

Overall, the best thing that this course has going for it is it's location. Not very challenging with no really memorable holes. Usually in good condition. Overpriced for the quality of golf, but it's the only public course within a 5 mile radius.

Reviewed May 27, 2008

watching jets take off while you're teeing off is pretty cool.

Reviewed November 19, 2007

I was in town on business from the San Francisco Bay Area and was told this course was the closest to my office in Chesterfield, so I figured I'd check it out. The course was wide-open, easy, and predictable which was boring but great for my score. I drive the ball 300+, so I could hit the par 5's in two; and the greens were two-tiered and pretty well taken care of. However, the overall condition of the course gets 2 out of 5 stars and the speed-of-play was absolutely terrible. This was due to the fact there were no marshalls on the course and no one to direct and enforce thoughtless and inexperienced golfers. I witnessed people not replacing divots, driving on the fringe of the green, slowing the speed-of-play to a 3-group back-up at every hole, and completely lacking any semlance of proper dress code. Thus, due to service and lack of course rules enforcement, Landings at Spirit Golf Club merits 1.5 stars out of 5. This could easily be rectified by enforcing rules. Hire a marshall, crack a whip, and get the jackasses off the course. My time is money and the opportunity cost is worse (I could have played somewhere else and finished my round).

Reviewed September 04, 2007

I would not recommend this course or club to anyone. The course is average, but the treatment of guests is terrible. I attended a wedding at Landings this summer and it was awful. The wedding was to be held outdoors, but due to a summer shower, the Landings people moved it indoors at the very last minute. The problem here was the bride and groom were told that tents would be in place if it looked like it would rain. (the bride is a good friend of mine and I heard about her wedding plans all year long.) Landings threw it indoors, which they did not have the space for. Wedding guest had to sit at their dinner table places for the wedding service and our table ended up much closer to the bride and groom for the ceremony than the parents of the bride and groom. In fact, I was told later that the parents of the bride and groom could not even see the wedding. The tents not being in place were not the only problems. It was a hot sunny day in Aug and since the Landings people moved the wedding indoors, they decided to open the patio doors and TURN OFF THE AIRCONDITIONING. With over one hundred and fifty people, including the Landings servers and work staff, the facility heated up quickly due to NO AIR and all of our body temp. (It was 96 degrees outside that day--well over one hundred degrees indoors) There was no cross circulation and all the guests wwere getting very hot and uncomfortable. At our table, we drank all of the water from the water pitcher, but no one came to refill our water once it was empty. We finally ordered drinks from the bar just to have something to wash down our meal. My meal was cold and the chicken full of grissle. My friends potatoes were raw in the middle. My friend went to the restroom during the meal and returned with a program that had just been set out in the lobby. The program was for the wedding service that we already had. The program was now useless. During the wedding service, Landings servers were still setting the tables and were in the way while we were watching the service. These same servers were also standing in the makeshift aisle that the wedding party was in the process of walking down. The wedding party had to stop and wait for the servers to move out of the way. I could not believe what I was seeing. It was so UNPROFESSIONAL. My friend and I had arrived to the wedding early and we witnessed the RUDE woman, who we found out was the person in charge for Landings. We saw her yelling at the wedding members and going off on a bridesmaid. This rude woman found time to yell at the wedding members, but could not manage her own staff. I tried later to make a complaint while I was there, but found out that this RUDE WOMAN had LEFT EARLY before the event was over! My friend, the bride, is such an organized woman and I knew of so many of the details for her wedding that I was suprised at how many things were messed up of left out because of the Landings facility. My friend, the bride had planned this wedding for a year. The bride told me she cried throughout her honeymoon and cried again when she saw the DVD of the wedding. Landings just wanted a paycheck. With all of these guests coming into their facility, many of them for the first time, one would think that Landings would want to show the very best of themselves. Instead, Landings was a joke, poorly run and organized. They did not have a clue on how to run a wedding service and did a lousy job at the reception. It was awful. It was very tacky how it was handled. I feel badly for the bride and groom. Landings does not have adaquate falicities for a wedding indoors and they do not have the skills for a reception. Landing cares only for their bottom line and not for the people who paid for their services. Beware, once you pay in full, you are at their mercy and Landsings will NOT hold up their end of the contract. I have been to MANY weddings , big and small, lavish and on a budget, but this was the tackyist and most poorly run one that I have ever been to. The people in charge at Landings either do not know what they are doing, or they do not care--either way, I know thst I will never go back ( to golf or otherwise) and I will let everyone know what a crummy and disappointing experience it was.

Reviewed August 16, 2007

A place to go to practice any changes to your game.

Reviewed February 28, 2007

It's all layed out in front of you...

I thought this course was more expensive than it was worth. I enjoyed the scenery, including the airport nearby. It is far better looking than if suburbia was encroaching on it. That said, the course itself was dull. It was in good repair, the greens were well guarded, but few elevation changes, only one real dogleg, and almost every fairway has moguls which bounce any slightly errant drive back towards the fairway. As the title of this review says, the entire hole can be seen from the tee box. If your ego needs stroking, and you can hit a pretty straight ball, and you'd like to post a pretty low score, this may be the place to go, but because of the straightness of the holes, you can probably leave your shotmaking skils at home. I probably won't be returning very often.

Reviewed January 11, 2007

A little boring ...

The best things about this course are excellent maintenance, good service, convenient driving range, and excellent putting and chipping practice greens. Aside from that though, the course leaves much to be desired. The main problem is that it will seem like you are playing the same holes over and over. There is only one true dog leg on the course, and the par 4s are mostly clustered around the same 2 yardages (about 310 yds for 5 of them, and about 370 for 4 of them from the tees we played). Add in almost perfectly flat, wide fairways, and there is little excitement until you get to the green. On the plus side, the greens are quite a challenge. Firm and quick, protected by a fair number of bunkers, and most have 2 levels and a lot of slope. Your approach shot will usually have to be placed perfectly for a straight putt. Several of the pin locations are also quite difficult. The golf course has a nice appearance, but is marred by an airport running along the length of the course, taking away from the otherwise nice scenery, and, of course contributing a lot of noise. Overall, I would say there are much better golfing values in the area, and I would only play this course with the discount card you can get from golf discount in St. Louis which is only $30 and allows two golfers to play 8 area courses twice each for only 1 greens fee. You can save over $400 with this card.


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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Jack G. 15 52 37 08/19/14
2 Scott C. N/A 48 48 05/04/09
3 Duane M. N/A 60 60 08/09/07
4 FRED O. 21 84 63 06/10/10
5 Gwin W. 44 110 66 06/20/09
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About Landings At Spirit

Landings At Spirit Golf Club

Golf Only facility

Managed by Professional Equities, Inc.

28 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Paul Gerson, Proshop Manager
Don Gorin, PGA, Golf Professional
Steve Swarringin, Superintendent
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