Bear Creek Golf Club is a Public, 18 hole golf course located in Wentzville, Missouri.
Bear Creek Golf Club first opened for play in 1998. The course was designed by Gary Kern.
This course winds through rolling hills and lush valleys. The front nine is generally flat, but the back nine climbs into rolling hills. The fairways are tree lined and are considered fairly tight. The undulating greens are well bunkered and average approximately 6,000-square feet. During the design and construction of Bear Creek Golf Course the preservation of most of the trees and natural habitat was a major priority allowing each hole to have its own unique features, challenges and beauty. The course has 47 green and fairway bunkers, beautiful lakes and several large creeks that run throughout the course. The layout stretches across 150 acres with beautiful homes set back along the course's perimeter.
The course can play more than 7,000 yards and is ranked the 5th toughest public golf course in the St. Louis. area. Over the years Bear Creek has become known by most of the avid golfers as "The Home of the Grizzly".
Grizzly tees: Par- 72, 7,010 yards, 73.0 / 135
Black tees: Par- 72, 6,545 yards, 71.5 / 130
Silver tees: Par- 72, 5,925 yards, 68.1 / 122 (M), 74.4 / 128 (W)
Green tees: Par- 72, 5,170 yards, 66.5 / 122 (M), 70.7 / 119 (W)
$41 (cart included), played on Monday, May 2008 at noon
Very difficult if you miss the fairway - long rough. Play from the tips and it is very long. Perported to be "the most difficult course in St. Louis". That's about right! Still, it is enjoyable to survive with a couple pars.
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