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Paradise Pointe Golf Complex – Outlaw Course

Course Name
Paradise Pointe Golf Complex – Outlaw Course

Location
Kansas City

Address
18212 Golf Course Rd, Smithville, MO 64089

Course Type
Public

Holes
18

Par
72

Quality/Cost Ratio (1 to 10)

7.5

Course Condition
8

Difficulty
8

Fairway Grass
Zoysia

Green Type
Bent

Rough
Thick, >2.5″

Stimpmeter
8.5

Clubhouse
TBD

Walkability
Lots of equipment. Snack bar.

Slope
125 to 133

Yardage
5,919 to 7,016

The Posse - Paradise Pointe Golf Complex, Smithville, Missouri

The Posse - Paradise Pointe Golf Complex, Smithville, Missouri

The Posse - Paradise Pointe Golf Complex, Smithville, Missouri

The Posse - Paradise Pointe Golf Complex, Smithville, Missouri

The Posse - Paradise Pointe Golf Complex, Smithville, Missouri

The Posse - Paradise Pointe Golf Complex, Smithville, Missouri

The Posse - Paradise Pointe Golf Complex, Smithville, Missouri

The Posse - Paradise Pointe Golf Complex, Smithville, Missouri

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Comments

Paradise Pointe Golf Complex, in Kansas City, Missouri (Smithville) has two courses. Think of them as maternal twins. While their DNA is very similar, there are some fairly significant differences . . . much like a red haired boy and brown haired girl set of twins. Same parents but different chromosomes. The biggest difference in the two courses is that The Posse has Blue grass tees and fairways. The Outlaw has Zoysia. I actually prefer Blue grass if it is nurtured and maintained properly, as The Posse is. Both courses have a few prime real estate holes that are adjacent to the lake (although I prefer The Posse’s lake holes) and both have plenty of fairway and green-side bunkers. For whatever reason, The Outlaw’s sand seemed to be more consistently well maintained. Posse Course in Kansas City, MO. Now for the similarities. Both courses are a Par 72 that are just over 7,000 yards from the tips. Both over a great test of golfing skills that will require using every club in your bag. Both have a thick rough that are a bit too long for speedy play. Both have medium-size greens that are a little slow but roll true with a low level of complexity. Both have a few holes that offer sweeping views of the lake and course (I give the edge to Outlaw here). Both have pot bunkers guarding many of the greens. The comparisons can go on and on. But, make your own comparisons. Both courses are worth playing. So, take a little drive into the country of Clay County and enjoy two rounds of great golf.

Paradise Pointe Golf Complex – Outlaw Course | Kansas City, Missouri

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