Lindenwood is a fun course for any skill level, with fairly reasonable rates at $55 at peak season. Each of the 3 nines has some great holes and the executive course is also great for practice. The white tees are pretty easy for a mid-handicapper and the blue and black tees provide a very fun challenge. I've played here for years and it's my home course. They also have a nice practice area with a large putting green, bunker, and chipping green. Like most public courses, it can get pretty beat up late in the year. As of the date of this review the greens are in much better shape than in years past. Pace of play on summer weekends after 9:00 is about 4.0-4.5 hours.
Hope you enjoy it!
Lindenwood has always been a nice hidden course. The pricing isn't bad either. It has 27 holes, I haven't played all of them but what I have played is nice. Definitely nicer than most if not all public courses in the area at the same price point. Overall it's a good course. They also have a bar, not sure about food service, but I assume you can get a hot dog.
Great course. Good service and nice people.
For anyone that golf's, Lindenwood is a nice course with 27 holes with some challenging holes as well as a fun little executive 9 holes. Well kept but it does get busy. Played 9 late in the evening and it was great time. A couple of water holes that can make it interesting. Just wish they would cute the greens a little shorter and roll them to get a smoother, faster, truer rolling surface. The greens are the downfall of the course.