The top-rated public-access courses in Kansas offer some of the best green fees of such highly ranked courses in any state, with $100 going a long way to score a tee time and sample Golfweek’s Best Courses You Can Play list.
Take Firekeeper in Mayetta as Exhibit A. Designed by Notah Begay and Jeffrey D. Brauer and opened in 2011, Firekeeper is operated as an amenity with the Prairie Band Casino & Resort. It ranks No. 1 among public-access layouts in Kansas, and it’s also No. 18 on Golfweek’s Best ranking of casino courses in the U.S. Peak green fee is $100 on weekends, making it one of the best deals of any No. 1 public course on Golfweek’s Best list.
Golfweek’s Best offers many lists of course rankings, with the list of top public-access courses in each state among the most popular. All the courses on this list allow public access in some fashion, be it standard daily green fees, through a resort or by staying at an affiliated hotel. If there’s a will, there’s a tee time.
Also popular are the Golfweek’s Best rankings of top private courses in each state, and that list for Kansas is likewise included below. Tops on that list is one of the best classic courses in the U.S.
MORE:Best ModernBest ClassicTop 200 ResortTop 200 ResidentialTop 100 Best You Can Play
(m): Modern course, built in or after 1960
(c): Classic course, built before 1960
Note: If there is a number in the parenthesis with the m or c, that indicates where that course ranks among Golfweek’s Best top 200 modern or classic courses.
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By: Jason Lusk
Title: Golfweek's Best 2022: Top public and private courses in Kansas
Sourced From: golfweek.usatoday.com/lists/kansas-top-golf-courses-golfweeks-best-2022-public-private/
Published Date: Tue, 04 Oct 2022 10:00:06 +0000
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