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Teetering Rocks Golf Course

Course Name
Teetering Rocks Golf Course

Location
Kansas City / Raytown

Address
12040 E 86th St, Raytown, MO 64138

Course Type
Public

Holes
18

Par
66

Quality/Cost Ratio (1 to 10)

6.5

Course Condition
5

Difficulty
6

Fairway Grass
Zoysia

Green Type
Bentgrass

Rough
Mix

Stimpmeter
7.5

Clubhouse
Minimal equipment and snacks

Walkability
Easy . . . if you’re a billy goat

Slope
91 to 105

Yardage
3,654 to 4,439

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Overall Rating (1 to 5):

Comments

Teetering Rocks Golf Course is located in Raytown, MO, a suburb of Kansas City. This course may be one of the funkiest and quirkiest courses in our great state. First of all, it is a par 66, 36 on the front and 30 on the back. Secondly, it has several very oddly-shaped greens like the 3rd hole’s green which is shaped like a heart, even with the point at the bottom (see picture). Thirdly, it has some sort of Loch Ness Monster overlooking the 10th tee (see pictures). Then there is the 313 yard, fishhook-shaped par 5 (yep, you read that right 313 yard par 5) . . . and it really deserves to be a par 5 because there is almost no way to reach the green in 2. As you approach the green, the fairway fishhooks sharply to the right around thick woods. To have a chance of even getting on the green in 3 you have to leave your ball almost exactly 80 yards from the pin. If your second shot is not far enough to make the sharp right turn around the trees you will have to lay up again.

Quirkiness aside, the course is in fair condition but I wouldn’t let that stop me from playing here, at least once. It is a fun and challenging course but you had better bring your short A-Game; you’re going to need it to position your ball if you want to score well. As short as the course is, however, I would not recommend walking because of the extreme hills and the extreme distance between some of the greens and next tee.

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