In the early 1950’s, long before Branson became the country music Mecca of the Ozarks , visitors to the area would travel to play the Golf Ranch Country Club designed by Chicago golf profession Don Gardner. In the early days of golf in Branson, big stars came to play at the Golf Ranch. Forrest Tucker of FTroop, and Charlton Heston frequented the Golf Ranch in the mid-50’s. Even today, many of the stars you come to see perform on stage in Branson, can be seen on the courses in Branson, maybe playing right next to you.
“Today, many of the stars you come to see perform on stage in Branson, can be seen on the courses in Branson, maybe playing right next to you “
Branson’s first and oldest course is now Branson’s newest golf club, Holiday Hills Resort and Golf Club. Holiday Hills has recently completed a multi-million dollar total re-build and has revitalized the course with more modern playing surfaces and quality irrigation. While a classic-style layout with smaller greens and a shorter 5700 yard par 68 golf course, Holiday Hills still is a favorite of many, and will test your skills if you are better player.