Sioux Passage Park

St. Louis (Florissant), Missouri     2 courses · 36 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + D BMain course › August 16, 2012
A+
Best course in northern St. Louis county, bar none.
-  +1 votes  + Adriano Reche MedolaBriscoe Woods › June 6, 2014
A
-  +0 votes  + Jason RocksMain course › January 21, 2013
A-
fun course tons of elevation
-  +0 votes  + Kurt ConradMain course › October 22, 2010
A
-  +0 votes  + Dan FerchMain course › October 14, 2010
A+
BEST course I have ever played!
-  +0 votes  + Allen ThornhillMain course › October 1, 2011
A-
-  +0 votes  + Ryan KosterMain course › July 10, 2018
B+
-  +0 votes  + william rMain course › July 8, 2012
A-
-  +0 votes  + Eric "Downtown" BrownMain course › April 13, 2018
A-
What a monster of a course, championship level at its finest. I felt so overmatched for this course. Big arms step right up and let em' fly. Level and long concrete tees. DGA Mach's in very good/new condition. Bathrooms and ample parking. Well manicured fairways. Good variety of shots a good use of the hills that adorn this beautiful well kept park. I played during the day, middle of the week, only soul out here. Stop by Briscoe Woods at the front of this park, much shorter and more technical. ...
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-  +0 votes  + Chris ChurchMain course › September 21, 2015
A-
Excellent course. Playing this course solo for the first time solo may give you problems. It's a long course all around so walking ahead to scout pin locations (there are up to four possible locations on some holes) can make for a long round. Lots of elevation changes make for some beautiful views. Playing late in the season a lot of the OB areas are super over grown so finding an errant disc is nearly impossible. All in all its a beautiful course in a well kept park.
-  +0 votes  + Thomas WilsonMain course › August 7, 2015
B-
-  +0 votes  + Eric "Downtown" BrownBriscoe Woods › April 16, 2018
A-
This course is pretty good as a stand-alone, but the fact that it is located in Sioux Passage Park right next to the original 18 really bumps up the interest for me. The park staff at Sioux Passage seems to do a good job of maintaining the "Big" course and Briscoe. The designer really leveraged the elevation changes to add difficulty to the fairways and make some longer placements more scenic and difficult. There are some fast greens around a couple of the harder placements, so there is a lot of ...
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-  +0 votes  + Chris ChurchBriscoe Woods › September 24, 2015
B+
Good course. Mostly wooded with plenty of technical shots requiring shot shaping. Playing at the end of the season meant the OB areas were extremely overgrown, so finding your errant shot is nearly impossible. Elevation changes come into play a on a few holes but not so much you'll be strained walking up and down hills. Important to note that you've got to walk around the bend in the road between holes 2 and 3, and then walk back the way you came on that road between holes 6 and 7. There ar ...
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