About Our Golf Course

Excelsior Springs Golf Course opened in October, 1915 with the completion of an 18-hole championship course. The club briefly expanded to 36 holes in the late 1920’s, but the Great Depression returned the club to the original 18 holes that are still in place today. This Championship 6553 yard par 72, was designed by renowned golf course architect, Tom Bendelow, who also designed Medinah Country Club, home of the 1949, 1975, & 1990 U.S.Opens as well as Olympia Fields Country Club, where they hosted the 1928 and 2003 U.S.Open and two past PGA Championships.








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Why play golf at Excelsior Springs?

Escape from the City

A hidden gem only 30 minutes from downtown Kansas City! If you’re looking for a challenging course to include on your get-away vacation or to book for your next tournament, check out Excelsior Springs Golf Course. Minutes from The Elms historic hotel, bed and breakfasts, and downtown historic district.

Perfect for all skill levels

Enjoy rolling hills, elevation changes, huge mature trees, and nature at its finest. Excelsior Springs boasts 5 different tee boxes for players of all skill levels.


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Where we are

Just east of town and south of MO-10.

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