Our Course Today
Long before Branson became the country music Mecca of the Ozarks, visitors to the area would come to the Golf Ranch Country Club. Now known as Holiday Hills Resort and Golf Club, the Golf Ranch was a popular spot for golfing or just having fun in the rustic clubhouse for people from all walks of life.
Today, the 18-hole golf course at Holiday Hills Resort & Golf Club features hybrid bermuda fairways and tees, bentgrass greens and over 40 bunkers, with water coming into play on six holes. Our club includes a restaurant and lounge, a fully stocked golf shop and an onsite PGA Golf Professional.
Our staff invites you to come play a “round” with them for a golfing adventure you are sure to remember!
Clubhouse & Golf Shop
The clubhouse at Holiday Hills is conveniently located in the resort. Our beautiful clubhouse features a fully stocked golf shop along with a casual dining restaurant for all to enjoy.
To meet all your golf equipment and apparel needs while at Holiday Hills, we continuously stock our Golf Shop. In our shop you can comfortably browse through all sorts of clubs, equipment, and golf accessories.
You will also find a wide assortment of garments ranging from shirts, golf gloves, hats, shorts, and socks for both men and women. If you need assistance, our friendly staff are here to help.
Rates & Fees
Golfers that are ages 17 and under are eligible to receive our Junior rates.
- Adult 18 Holes: $30.00
- Adult 9 Holes: $20.00
- At this time, pull carts are not available
- 18 Holes: $20
- 9 Holes: $15
Check out our current pricing and play today!
This is a tough hole to start out with because of the length and the water. Starting from an elevated tee, there is water on the left and fairway bunkers and trees run down the right. A large green ridge runs through the middle of the green with a bunker on the left.
Hole #2 is the shortest hole on the course, although you have water on 2 sides. out of bounds is left. Correct club selection is the key here. The green slopes from back to front.
Hole #3 doglegs right with a fairway bunker on the right, which requires a good tee shot. The second shot will be to the smallest green on the course. There is a bunker front and back right.
This is a short par 4 that plays to a large green. There is a fairway bunker to the right and the green is flat with subtle breaks.
This is the shortest par 4 on the course with water on the right and a large tree on the left. The green slopes severely and your approach shot must lie close to have a chance for birdie. The green has a bunker both left and right.
On Hole #6, your tee shot requires a carry over water. The green runs away from the tee left to right. Long, well-banked green that will leave a ball out to left with a tough chip shot.
This par 3 has trees to the right. The green is large, but has a bunker to the right and is very fast back to front.
This is a very tight hole that requires an excellent tee shot. Trees left and out of bounds right. The green is very long, four clubs from front to back.
This par 5 completes the front nine with a slight dogleg right. Bunkers to the left with trees to the right. Play to left of fairway. Green has bunkers both right and left.
This is a short par 4 but very tight. There are trees to the left and right the entire length of the hole. A small green that banks to the right.
Hole #11 doglegs right at 90-degrees. The fairway is tree lined with a severely sloped green. There is a bunker left and out of bounds right.
From an elevated tee, there are trees to the left and trees to the right. Approach is to a large flat green with a bunker front right.
Hole #13 doglegs to the right and tee shot is between two large trees. Approach is to a large undulated green that banks to the left. Grass bunker to the left front of the green, sand bunker on right.
Hole #14 is a tight driving hole. There is a bunker to the left, along with out of bounds, and bunkers to the right. A large tree to the left must be avoided. Approach is to a small well banked green.
Tee off requires a long iron or fairway wood for a lay up. A small creek crosses fairway short of green. The green slopes back to front. Be sure to keep second shot short of hole.
*Holiday Hills Signature Hole! Trees to the right and to the left green is severely sloped.
Hole #17 has a slightly uphill tee shot with a bunker to the left and out of bounds to the right. This green is a double elevated green. Shot must be same level as pin.
Great finishing hole at Holiday Hills. Uphill fairway with trees to the right. Fairway bunkers to the left. Severely sloped green with high mounds behind. This green has a tough putting surface.