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I’m traveling with my wife while she works in St Louis the first half of this week. Any good golf courses to see or places to visit? I think we’re gonna hit up Top Golf Monday night. There was a family golf center that looked interesting. Main thing I wanna be able to do is hit some golf balls and not break the bank. 

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31 minutes ago, Dwall4017 said:

I’m traveling with my wife while she works in St Louis the first half of this week. Any good golf courses to see or places to visit? I think we’re gonna hit up Top Golf Monday night. There was a family golf center that looked interesting. Main thing I wanna be able to do is hit some golf balls and not break the bank. 

I grew up in St. Louis playing a lot of golf there.  One of my favorite courses was the Florissant Golf Club.  


  Experience Public Golf At Its Finest! First opened to the public in 1964, Florissant Golf Clubs rolling terrain is interesting and challenging for golfers of all abilities and our fast and true...

 

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Top Golf is west of the downtown city area on interstate 64 in Chesterfield.

Good courses - The Falls Golf Club, Pevely Farms, Gateway National, Annbriar, Tapawingo, Missouri Bluffs.

Normandia, Landings at Spirit, Aberdeen and Quail Creek  

These are all reasonable priced and may still offer winter rates?

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