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The Deuce at The National

Course Name
The Deuce at The National

Location
Kansas City

Address
6415 N National Dr, Kansas City, MO 64152

Course Type
Private

Holes
18

Par
70

Quality/Cost Ratio (1 to 10)

N/A

Course Condition
8

Difficulty
8

Fairway Grass
Zoysia

Green Type
Bent Grass

Rough
Mix, mostly reasonable length.

Stimpmeter
10.5

Clubhouse
Small, but full service.

Walkability
N/A

Slope
121 – 130

Yardage
5,475 to 6,259

The Deuce at the National Golf Club, Best Golf Courses in Kansas City, Missouri

The Deuce at the National Golf Club, Best Golf Courses in Kansas City, Missouri

The Deuce at the National Golf Club, Best Golf Courses in Kansas City, Missouri

The Deuce at the National Golf Club, Best Golf Courses in Kansas City, Missouri

The Deuce at the National Golf Club, Best Golf Courses in Kansas City, Missouri

The Deuce at the National Golf Club, Best Golf Courses in Kansas City, Missouri

The Deuce at the National Golf Club, Best Golf Courses in Kansas City, Missouri

The Deuce at the National Golf Club, Best Golf Courses in Kansas City, Missouri

The Deuce at the National Golf Club, Best Golf Courses in Kansas City, Missouri

The Deuce at the National Golf Club, Best Golf Courses in Kansas City, Missouri

The Deuce at the National Golf Club, Best Golf Courses in Kansas City, Missouri

The Deuce at the National Golf Club, Best Golf Courses in Kansas City, Missouri

The Deuce at the National Golf Club, Best Golf Courses in Kansas City, Missouri

The Deuce at the National Golf Club, Best Golf Courses in Kansas City, Missouri

Overall Rating (1 to 5):

Comments

The Deuce at The National in Kansas City, MO is the little brother to The National. Hence its name: The National II, commonly called The Deuce . . . as in #2, like Robert Wagner in Austin Powers. The course is actually a fun course and has one hole that will make our list of the Top 18 Craziest Holes in Missouri (coming soon). The Deuce’s 14th hole is a wacked and fun hole. It is a 390 yard (from the tips) par 4. You know you are in for something unique when you see the electronic equipment adjacent to the tee box, which is a fancy “blind shot” warning system. The key is to drive straight up a steep hill about 190 yard, with a slight fade. If it is hit perfectly, your ball will land just over the apex of the hill and then roll down the extraordinarily steep hill and stop just short of a creek in front of the green. If you don’t hit it perfectly, your second shot will not be easy. For me, it is worth playing The Deuce just for this hole, but even without this hole, the course is worth playing anyway.

For old time golfers, the old Mirror Lake golf course was on a portion of The Deuce.

The Deuce at The National | Country Clubs in Kansas City, Missouri

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