Norwood Hills Country Club hosted its first charitable golf tournament in 1968, and its 36 holes have been the choice of the largest and highest profile golf events in the St. Louis area ever since that time.
On the same courses that Ben Hogan won the 1948 PGA Championship and that golfers the likes of Lee Trevino, Sam Snead, Gene Littler, Gary Player, and Larry Ziegler have competed, Norwood Hills continues to be the focal point for charitable and corporate golf outings.
It is estimated that Norwood Hills has assisted in the raising of over 80 million dollars for altruistic events since that first tournament, and many of those participants are long patrons who are totally satisfied with the superb conditions of the two golf courses, the high level of service and quality of products served.
From mid April to late October of every year, Mondays are reserved for an outing utilizing all 36 holes, while most of the Tuesdays are booked with a smaller event requiring only 18 holes. Monday outings range in number of players from 200 to 520 and Tuesdays usually fluctuate between 60 to 120 golfers. There are event a few corporate requisites for Friday mornings, which Norwood hosts on its East Golf Course.
From the Bag Drop, to the Practice Range, to the First Tee and on to Dinner, Norwood Hills has been and continues to be the preeminent golf location in the St. Louis area, hosting 7100 to 7800 satisfied golfers every year.
If your company or group is interested in playing at Norwood Hills and would like more information, please contact Dane McLaird, Tournament Director