McBride Park

Springfield, Missouri     1 course · 9 holes     Driving directions

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-  -1 votes  + Danny Price › January 10, 2011
-  -1 votes  + Aaron Merideth › April 16, 2012
-  -1 votes  + Jeff Tanzi › June 14, 2012
I liked the layout of the course, but the teepads were small and the course signs were wornout. Needs just a little work. Fun course that is actually ten holes, not nine.
-  -1 votes  + Rob Hansen › July 19, 2012
It could use more pins but, I love the pin placement, tree type, and diversity of shots this course provides. I really hope they expand McBride to 18 pins.
-  -1 votes  + todd roofing › November 18, 2012
McBride course is one of the best courses the green county rec department has to offer I would never ask for more than 10 holes their it would croud the course they have 2 sets of pads for each hole bringing it to 20 holes and after that McBride will offer u whatever ur mind can come up try a round of makin holes up me and my buds have played 1000 footers over the courses beutiful ceders best practice course around hands down

-  +0 votes  + Hans Gilgen › August 5, 2013
They do have alternate tees....uh if you can find them. Good luck! They are little bricks that get buried under the grass. The concrete teepads that they have on some holes are the worst ever. They are about 4-6 feet long. The other teepads without the concrete pad are better and they're just grass! Some holes you can tee off from the walking path and those are the best teepads there. If you're gonna play it just safari it!
-  -1 votes  + Jeff Ragsdale › May 19, 2016
The Good - Pretty, and moderately technical course. Interesting and difficult pin placements, and rolling terrain make the ten holes fun, and forces you to try all different kinds of shots from lazer straight drives to rollers to get inside the circle of trees to putt in order to get up and down. There are actually NO wide open pins, every single pin has at least a couple of trees around it. Your odds of hyzer-bombing an ace are probably a hundred-billion to one. You might bounce a skip ...
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