Logan University

Chesterfield, Missouri     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Grant Harris › March 30, 2021
This is of my favorites. There is water. There is elevation change. There are short holes along with 600+ feet holes. There are woods along with open bombs. The only negative thing about this course is the walk to hole 18 and mud. After reading the reviews, here are some updates. There are new turf tee pads, a picture of the fairway at the tee pad telling where each possible basket could be for the hole and where the next hole but still had trouble finding hole 18, and spray paint arrows on the ground telling you where to go next.
-  +0 votes  + Paul DISC-OR-DIE Holstein › May 17, 2017
Really loved this course. Challenging, very nice elevation shots including a couple steep short and blind. Scenic water fountains, and a tee shot forced directly over water. 18 x Gateway Titan baskets, plenty of woods and OB roads. Negatives keeping this from the A range were no scorecards, no cement pads, confusing layout that left me lost several times and either searching for the next basket or backtracking (there was an on-line map, but it was wrong). Highly recommended if you are in the area, next time I'll try the 9-holes courses that were also nearby.
-  +0 votes  + Alan Amos › May 7, 2022
Enjoyed the course but would like to have tee pads. At time the course is hard to follow. The flow just seems off a bit, but the holes are fun to play. Very few trash cans and lots of trash around the course. No bathroom facilities. In short, good course that needs some attention.
-  +0 votes  + Korey Klosterhoff › November 17, 2017
-  +0 votes  + Ben Gathard › November 13, 2017
-  +0 votes  + Ryan Lucas › December 31, 2022
-  +0 votes  + Kenneth Spencer › November 28, 2021
-  -1 votes  + Joe Ilardi › May 26, 2015
A variety of shots can be worked on here - longer open drives as well as tight, technical wooded holes are on display here. Concrete tees were not in place when played, though I believe are planned for the future. A few holes do have water hazards in play. Holes 9 and 18s fairways do tend to run into each other a bit though, and the overall flow seems disjointed in spots.
-  -2 votes  + Todd Kary › September 9, 2014
I felt it was a poor attempt to make technical and water hazard shots,just a let down.
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