Course Information

Hailed as a “unique experience”, The Landings at Spirit Golf Club is located in the fertile Missouri River Valley of Chesterfield, between the bluffs of Wildhorse Creek and the Spirit of St. Louis Airport only minutes from St. Charles, OFallon and St. Louis. Designed by Roger Null, The Landings at Spirit Golf Club is an 18-hole championship public golf course with links-style zoysia/blue grass fairways and double bent grass greens. Though the course is expertly designed to be a challenge for the highly skilled golfer; there are five sets of golf tees so that we may accommodate golfers of all skill levels.

The Landings at Spirit Golf Course started with a dream in the early 1980’s by the previous Spirit of St. Louis Airport Director, Dick Hrabko. Mr. Hrabko always envisioned a golf course adjacent to the runway. His vision arrived in 1999. The scorecard Boasts a length of 6788 yards for the A player to 4413 yards for the beginning player.

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The Best Golf Practice Experience

We offer a full range practice facility with a large putting green, a separate chipping green and a full length range to help you prepare for your next round. While it is not often that you will pull out every club in your bag during a round, it is important to be prepared.

Course Tour

Hole 1

An easy starting hole. Long driver may reach the green. But a well placed 2nd shot will master this hole. This is the first green on the course. Small undulations will keep you on your toes.

Hole 2

This is the first par five that is reachable for the long hitter. But, the first of three double greens that will test your wedge game as well as your putter. A lay up shot placed well will serve your game better than reaching in two. Don’t be long.

Hole 3

This short par four will test your short game, a long drive puts you inside the 100 yards. The green is two tiered and it will help your score to stay below the hole. This is the second double green.

Hole 4

On this par four the key shot is the approach. With a mid iron in, the 3rd double green with more slope than a black diamond trail at Breckenridge. Stay short, right or on the pin. A missed shot to the left will give you an easy bogey.

Hole 5

The first par three that will teach you a lesson about a links style course. Add one club to your first choice and beware of the big bunker left, and that the back half of the green slopes away from you. This is the least hit green on the course.

Hole 6

This par four can be driven, but the green has one flat spot on it and the pin is never there. Watch the left side bunker. With your pitch shot leave it short on the green and it will release to the upper tier.

Hole 7

This is a good eagle hole. With a long drive you will be 200 yards out. The waste area to the left will attract many a shot. Undulating green that again will test your putting skill.

Hole 8

Great par three with a big green that has interesting pin placements. A tier towards the front will catch many shots and turn an easy par into a bogey.

Hole 9

This is the hardest par four and the #1 handicapped hole on the course. The prevailing winds will determine your fate. Long iron into a two tiered green, that slopes from right to left. Don’t be long or right.

Hole 10

Short par four with a three tiered green. Always a firm green. Don’t be right. A good birdie opportunity.

Hole 11

This is a great par five, the #2 handicap hole. Reachable in two. Watch the road and out of bounds right. A three tiered green with a mound on the right that may hide a back pin placement, or allow a well place corm off the mound.

Hole 12

A short par four with an undulating green that slopes from, back to front and left to right. An accurate wedge to this green will make the difference. Watch for the dip in the right hand side of the green, as a misplace shot will roll into the rough.

Hole 13

A true par three into the prevailing wind. As if that was not enough, choose an extra club, to hit into this three tiered green that slopes from back to front on the first tier and away from you on the middle tier. A pin placement in the middle of the green may be deceiving.

Hole 14

This is a short par four that will help most scorecards. but as the 14th handicap hole don’t write down your score until you leave the smallest green on the course. With a dip in the middle and a slope from back to front your putter will do all the talking.

Hole 15

This is a good hole to score well on. This is a large green with a ridge down the middle. Be weary of a front right pin placement. A short knee knocker side hill putt may leave you scratching your head.

Hole 16

A great par four where long drives are usually hit. Watch the right side water hazard. This is a deep green with one flat spot in the back and the rest of the green slopes severely from back to front. A missed shot is better short than long.

Hole 17

This par three will test your skill with your short irons. Deep bunkers to the left and a tricky green. Birdie here may be a great score for a skin. This green slopes severely from back to front.

Hole 18

The finishing hole that makes you think risk reward. A large waste area guards the green but a long drive can carry the sand and reach the green. But catch that driver thin and pick up your sand wedge. Play it by the book and watch the pot bunker guarding the three tiered green.