Nature and Golf at its Finest Top of the Rock Golf Course
A Jack Nicklaus Signature Course, Top of the Rock Golf Course is the first-ever par-3 course to be included in a professional championship.
Settled high above Table Rock Lake, players can revel in the celebration of nature around them with peaceful waterfalls, wandering creeks, bass-filled ponds and pristine lakes. Keep an eye out for Arnie’s Barn, a magnificent 150-year-old barn relocated from Arnold Palmer’s backyard in Latrobe, PA—complete with historic photos and memorabilia from the legend’s great career achievements. After the game, head over to Top of the Rock Pro Shop and grab the latest in logo golf apparel and goods.
"If there was ever a par-3 course worthy of PGA TOUR tournament play, Top of the Rock is it.”
- Tim Finchem, former PGA TOUR Commissioner
2022 GOLF RATES
Rates subject to change. Price does not include tax. Rates include golf cart and bottled water on the course.
April 18 – October 23
Resort Guest 9 holes: $135 | Public Guest 9 holes: $150
Junior 9 holes (17 & Under): $75
March 11 – April 17 & October 24 – December 4
Resort Guest 9 holes: $115 | Public Guest 9 holes: $130
Junior 9 holes (17 & Under): $75
January 1 – March 10 & December 5-31
Resort Guest 9 holes: $90 | Public Guest 9 holes: $100
Junior 9 holes (17 & Under): $65
Non-golfer Cart Riding Fee – $30
Limit 1 Rider Per Paying Golfer
FORECADDIES AVAILABLE March – November!
Book your forecaddie by contacting our Caddie Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org. Cash payment only. $40 suggested Caddie fee per bag & $30 recommended gratuity per bag.
Callaway rental clubs are available for $80, including two sleeves of Callaway Chrome Soft golf balls.
Dress Policy: Appropriate golf attire.
Spring 2022 Aeration Dates
March 21 – April 10: Closed for Aeration & Maintenance.
Fall 2022 Aeration Dates
September 6 & 7: Closed for Aeration.
September 8 – 19: Aeration Recovery. Reduced Rate.
As you prepare to experience the splendor that is Big Cedar Golf, take a hole-by-hole tour to get a taste of the courses that make up America’s Next Great Golf Destination.
Hole 1 · Par 3
The first tee at Top of the Rock, located just steps from the Buffalo Bar patio, sets up a slight downhill par 3. From the first fairway, golfers can see the Chapel of the Ozarks and Jack's Cabin on the left along with sweeping views across Table Rock Lake. The first green slopes gently from left to right and is well-protected by a large oak tree on the right and bunkers along the left and right side.
Hole 2 · Par 3
Perched high atop the mountainside, golfers face a 100-foot drop to the second green and stare straight at the magnificent view of Table Rock Lake from the tee. The second green, sloped slightly from back to front, is surrounded by rhododendron flowers and other natural flowering vegetation. Golfers must pass through a unique rock tunnel to reach the back tee on this hole, where the view is well-worth the excursion.
Hole 3 · Par 3
After the last putt drops on hole two, golfers embark on a golf cart journey through flowering dogwoods and redbuds along the mountainside to reach the third tee. Number 3 is one of the most difficult holes on the course. The back tee is really elevated and golfers face a downhill shot to a green that's 30-yards deep and cut into a hillside. The green is also protected by large bunkers on both the left and right side of the green. One of the dramatic features of this hole is the huge oak tree that guards and frames the green on the right.
Hole 4 · Par 3
Golfers reach the first of three water features when they meander back up the mountain to hole number four near the decorative infinity pool that fronts the "End of the Trail" All-American Wine Cellar. A lake cuts across this slightly downhill par 3 and nestles up close on the right side. The green is protected by bunkers on both sides and surrounded by azaleas and an array of flowering plants and trees along the left side and behind the green. Golfers also experience their first stunning view of Top of the Rock's Osage Restaurant along with its incredible rock formations as they look back up the mountain.
Hole 5 · Par 3
A relatively short par 3, number 5 has a small and narrow green protected by deep bunkers along the entire front side. Golfers must hit a very accurate short-iron across a small valley to this narrow green and then negotiate its challenging pin placements to have a chance at birdie or par.
Hole 6 · Par 3
This island green is completely surrounded by water and fascinating rock formations. From an elevated tee, the shot must be precisely struck in order to find dry land. This hole offers a real challenge to even the most accomplished golfers.
Hole 7 · Par 3
After the island green, golfers must contend with another lake that runs in front of and along the right side of this undulated kidney-shaped green. In addition to the water hazard close to the right side, large bunkering protects the left. This is a difficult hole and par here is a good score.
Hole 8 · Par 3
Golfers get their second unobstructed view of Osage Restaurant as they look uphill to number 8, another very challenging hole. Protected by a false front, a huge towering oak tree on the right front and monstrous bunkers on the left and behind the green - this green is hard to hit and a difficult par 3, especially with all the tricky pin placements.
Hole 9 · Par 3
A grand stone entrance and walkway unveils a majestic view of the 9th green and Table Rock Lake in the foreground. Those lucky enough to finish their round here at sunset are in for a spectacular treat! So have your camera ready! The final tee shot is downhill to a very difficult sloped green with severe bunkering surrounding the green. The ninth green also sits just to the right of the main Buffalo Bar terrace at Top of the Rock's Osage Restaurant, which is a great gathering spot for spectators to cheer you on.