Osceola Municipal Golf Course

OsceolaGolfMembershipsTier 1:  $1,000

  • Golf Passes for 100 rounds a year.

Tier 2:  $3,000

  • Golf Passes for 250 rounds a year.
  • Signage for all club hosted events.
  • Discounted Range balls.

Tier 3:  $5,000

  • Golf Passes for 400 rounds a year.
  • Signage for all Osceola Municipal Golf Course hosted events.
  • Discounted Range balls.
  • Discounted rates when ordering goods through pro shop.
  • Availability for private one day golf outings with no charge for course.
  • All rounds consist of 18 holes.
  • All packages exclude golf cart rental*



Osceola Golf Course Superintendent,

Dylan Bowles
(870) 549-0189

Osceola Municipal Golf Course
903 S. Country Club Rd.

Golf PhotoThe Osceola Municipal Golf Course is a nine-hole, par 72 course with Bermuda fairways and greens that plays to 6370 yards.

We host three major tournaments annually and have many member tournaments throughout the year. The Osceola Municipal Golf has a junior golf program with teaching and playing for youth in Mississippi County.

The Osceola Municipal Golf Course superintendent is Dylan Bowles.

Contact Information:                             Pro Shop:  870-563-6218                   Cell Phone:  870-549-0189

Green fees are available for non-members, and carts are available for rental. The course also has a driving range and putting green for practicing.

Rates are:

  • Monthly Membership Fee $65.00 per month
  • Monthly Cart Shed Rental Fee $15.00 per month

Green fees:

  • Monday – Friday 9 Holes $7.50
  • Monday – Friday 18 Holes $15.00
  • Saturday and Sunday 9 Holes $10.00
  • Saturday and Sunday 18 Holes $20.00
  • Cart Rental 9 Holes $7.50
  • Cart Rental 18 Holes $15.00
  • Range Balls:
  • Unlimited $125.00 per year
  • Individual Bucket $3.00, $4.00, $5.00
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