Log Cabin Club is a Private, 18 hole golf course located in Saint Louis, Missouri
The Log Cabin Golf Course opened for play in 1909 as a 9-hole golf course. The short, by today's standards, 18-hole course was designed by Robert Foulis.
The Log Cabin Golf Course is a beautiful yet rustic 18-hole course. This private club is home to many of St. Louis's corporate giants. Those specially invited to join are treated to excellence in leisure and dining.
This is a small course with good scenery. Water hazards (three lakes) come into play on four holes. The fairways are hilly, wide open, and lined with a scattering of trees. All the holes are well-bunkered, and a few of the fairways are doglegs. Log Cabin Club and Bogey Golf Club share adjacent nine-hole courses
Blue tees: par-71, 5,415 yards
Red tees: par-71, 4,325 yards
From June 2006 St. Louis Magazine private golf courses article _____
"Anyone who has passed beneath the porte-cochere of one of St. Louis' private clubs can recite the hierarchy. At the pinnacle: St. Louis Country Club for WASPs, Westwood for Jews. Next, Old Warson, more Catholic, formed to cut business deals that were considered too vulgar for SLCC. Then Bellerive, old money gone corporate.
Select members of the Big Four also belong to one of three tiny, deliberately rustic, quietly clubby clubs in Ladue: the Deer Creek Club (lunch, dinner and parties) or Bogey Golf Club or Log Cabin Club (which share adjacent nine-hole courses so that their members, mainly corporate titans and bluebloods more interested in Republican politics than in golf, can say that they've played 18 holes."
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