Forest Hills Country Club is a Private, 27 hole golf facility located in Chesterfield, Missouri. The facility has their 18-hole, The Championship Course, and their 9-hole executive course, The Valley Course.
The Campionship Course at Forest Hills Country Club opened in 1963. The course was designed by Chick Adams and later fine-tuned by noted golf course designer Dick Nugent. The Valley Course opened in 1964. The Valley Course was designed by Chic Adams. It has been updated by Keith Foster. Both courses are a shotmaker's delight because they are very demanding off the tees. The greens are large, fast, and very undulating.
The Campionship Course _______________
The Championship Course at Forest Hills Country Club facility plays to a par-72 and maximum distance of 6,743 yards. The course rating is 73.7 with a slope rating of 138. The Championship Course has hosted the LPGA Tour's, The Heartland Classic. The signature hole is #17. On #17, the second shot must be played over water.
Gold tees: Par-72, 6,743 yards, 73.7 / 138
Blue tees: Par-72, 6,423 yards, 72.0 / 134
White tees: Par-72, 6,043 yards, 69.9 / 129
Red tees: Par-72, 5,586 yards, 72.7 / 125
The Valley Course _______________
The nine-hole course known is affectionately as the Valley Course for its rolling hills and dales and its sporty golfing challenge. This course epitomizes the Forest Hills family spirit as it serves as a platform for a new member and his/her spouse learning the game, target practice for low handicappers and providing members' children with an early start at the game, which has contributed to the "finest Junior golf program in the district." The Valley Course at Forest Hills Country Club plays to a 9-hole par of 30 and maximum 9-hole distance of 1,866 yards.
Blue tees: par-30, 1,812 yards
White tees: par-30, 1,519 yards
Red tees: par-30, 1,003 yards
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