Accolades – We Do Like Them,
But They Don't Go to Our Heads!
Everyone likes to know they're doing a good job and we're no different here at Emerald Greens Golf Course. Your kind words let us know that we've made you welcome and happy you came here for a round. But we won't rest on our laurels. We continue to work hard so that your subsequent visits are just as satisfying. If you have something to tell us, click here or call (314) 355-2777. We look forward to hearing from you.
“Good, solid course and the staff is friendly. Layout-wise, it has some nice holes, and plays more
difficult than the scorecard yardage suggests.”
“A decent course for the money (Senior rate). It is indeed a shot makers course.
The grip it and rip it boys will have some problems here. The first cut rough is long and you can lose your ball just a few feet off the fairway. Staff was courteous; the place is clean; a good value … .”
“Well designed course. Front nine weaves through the woods. The back nine is more open to the wind.
A shot makers course. Pick the right iron. You can make up a lot of strokes in the last three risk/reward holes. The 18th hole is really fun to play.
“This scenic course offers enough variety to challenge all skill levels of golfer. The front nine plays through a wooded area that is hilly, and the back nine resembles a links-style design where shot placement is critical. The greens are firm and undulating. Water hazards come into play on six holes. The signature hole is #18, a 506-yard, par-5, featuring water hazards coming into play on both the tee and approach shots.”
“ … great scenery and wildlife. One of the better finishing holes around and Number Two isn't half bad either.”
“A beautiful course; requires you to play most of your clubs.”
“Great course to look at as well as play. Scenery is very nice. The holes require lots of different shots.
Fair, and challenging. The price is right and the course is well kept.”
“Clay and I consider this course our favorite (we used to play it all the time when he lived here a couple years ago). So I knew he wouldn't leave town till we played it. Out of all of the courses I play on the weekend, Emerald Greens is the fastest-moving one.
“Didn't book a tee time. Called the clubhouse. My buddy there said, "Come on down," and it was on. The price: $25 for 18 with cart and it cost us an extra $5 for an additional nine holes. Can't beat that with a stick. And it was as if we owned the course.
“The zoysia may be brown this time of year but the course conditions were great. Tee boxes were in great shape, fairways as well, greens were running smooth. It amazes me that this course is kept in such great condition, despite rarely seeing anyone working on it.
“If you've never played it, I'd suggest you do.”