Elegantly nestled in Mission Hills, Kan., near the famed Country Club Plaza, Mission Hills Country Club offers an unparalleled, private golfing experience for members and guests.
A 1,200-square-foot, award-winning pro shop is the gateway to superior service, top-shelf facilities and day-to-day excellence that drive the Mission Hills experience. A diverse social and competitive event schedule for men and women, coupled with an increasingly popular junior golf program and renowned instructional opportunities give members the personal touch they need to feel right at home.
The championship 6,454-yard Par 70 layout has challenged golfers of all abilities since the Club's inception in 1914 and remains one of the area's most prized and time-tested designs. Its original layout is the work of one of the most prolific course architects in America’s history, Tom Bendelow. The Scot is credited with the design of more than five hundred golf courses, including East Lake and Medinah . Bendelow took a “naturist” approach to the site, seeking to take full advantage of its natural features: sheer rock outcroppings, steep slopes and gentle grades that rose along Brush Creek and its tributaries. In 2007, a fully renovated course opened to members. It was the work of Keith Foster, author of renovations at storied clubs and major championship venues like Southern Hills and Colonial. Foster’s plan added a signature clubhouse par 3 and yielded spectacular green complexes to better defend the holes. A full-size driving range was also added and practice facilities enhanced. All while maintaining the integrity of the natural terrain and original Bendelow design. Whether it's long iron shots that must negotiate the meandering Brush Creek, or short irons into elevated, well-protected greens, Mission Hills Country Club requires a golfer's undivided attention across the property.