Experience, History

Excelsior Springs Golf Course

Voted “friendliest” public golf course in the Kansas City Metro area, Excelsior Springs Golf Course is one of the oldest courses west of the Mississippi River, established in 1915. 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, and 1990 U.S. Opens, as well as Olympia Fields Country Club, which hosted the 1928 and 2003 U.S. Open and past two PGA Championships.

The course is rated 4-stars by Golf Digest in “Best Places to Play” category.

Our new clubhouse features an original, preserved walnut log cabin built in 1825, pro shop and Golf Hill Grille.