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Santa soaking up our 70 degree day at Thousand Hills Golf Course and enjoying a little R & R.
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A tale of two Bransons-Find out how the British billionaire is connected to the history of our Ozarks Town. http://ow.ly/KTFEJ
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Enjoying a weekend breakfast on the patio at the Tuscany at Thousand Hills. #explorebranson
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If you're spring breaking in Branson over the next few days, you may need our blogger's guide to rainy days. http://ow.ly/KvJWA
Ideas for spending a rainy day in Branson? Here they are!
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Congratulations to Dakota Wesleyan, Davenport, Embry-Riddle, and Cornerstone for making the semi-finals of the NAIA Division II Men's Basketball Tournament. The Semi-final games begin tonight at 6, and a champion will be crowned tomorrow. http://ow.ly/Kpzh6
First semifinal game gets underway at 6pm tonight
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Have you made plans for a Branson summer yet? http://ow.ly/KcDm2
Find out how to spend your Branson summer vacation.
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Stay at Thousand Hills & get rewarded! The Platinum Experience is back & better than ever. http://ow.ly/KTW32
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Need some family fun? Try the Track Go-Card--it comes with 160 credits with 50% all credits for the rest of the year. Not only that it comes with a free pizza buffet, free one topping sundae and discounts at local businesses, including 15% off a 3 night stay at Thousand Hills or discount golf for two. Don't act your age, just drive! http://ow.ly/KTUoH
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Our blogger takes a short road trip to an Ozarks legend: http://ow.ly/KQLQ0
The most popular restaurant in the Branson area is unquestionably Lambert's Cafe. Find out more about this landmark.
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Lots of great guests at the Moon River Theater this year. The end of the month will see performances by the world famous Lettermen.
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Our greens are ready for St. Patrick's Day.
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Welcome to Branson, NAIA teams! We hope you enjoy your stay and have good luck on the courts. For any family, friends, or fans of the 32 teams we still have some rooms available at our discounted NAIA prices, book today and watch your favorite team advance. http://ow.ly/K7QeU
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245 Wildwood Dr S Branson, MO 65616
245 South Wildwood DriveUSMissouriBranson65616
(877) 262-0430thousandhills.com
Golf Resort, Public Golf Course
Golf Resort
Public Golf Course
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Thousand Hills Golf Resort has been providing condo & cabin rentals in the heart of Branson for over twenty years. In addition to an affordable home away from home for your Branson vacation we also offer an award winning 18 hole golf course, meeting rooms and planning services and real estate sales if you wish to have a vacation home of your own.
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Posh condos & family cabins on a golf resort offering conference space, plus 2 pools & a hot tub.- Google
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shawn h
7 months ago
Very nice and enjoyable. Customer service was nice scheduling our tee time even tried to get us a discount. Course was in great shape. Bent grass greens roll great so fix your ball marks!!!
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Brandon Alexander
a year ago
Mike at the pro shop is highly unprofessional. I contacted the course to reschedule our tee time due to weather, Mike completely acted like that was an inconvenience to him. After addressing his rudeness with him he responded, "I'm busy, I have a lot of calls waiting and people standing in front of me". I do not feel like this is a reason to be rude to a potential customer at such a popular course. When I asked if I could talk to the manager he said he was him then gave me a number to speak with higher management which ended up being the same 800 number I called which doesn't give the option to speak with higher management. What a joke.
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A Google User
5 years ago
I surprised my husband with a weekend getaway after he returned from a 3 week military training in the begining of this month. It was WONDERFUL! We stayed in a King Suite. It was beautiful, very clean, lovely view, quiet, safe, and very romantic. We couldn't have asked for a better weekend.
A Google User
4 years ago
I was not aware that these cabins are time share owned and the individual owners are responsible to furnish the cabins. We love the fact that the cabin had a fully equiped kitchen however the pots and pans were horrible. I could not even cook a grilled cheese sandwich without it sticking to the pan. The other challlenges with the place is that we had no grill close to grill on. We had to walk a long way to find one. The cabins are not individual cabins either, they have a log cabin look to them, but the cabins are connected to two other cabins. I do not know about other people but we like to stay in our own individual cabin structure. Other then this, they were clean, decorated well, and we did enjoy how close we were to tanger outlet mall. One thing to note: The blue route was a great time saver!
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lisa hutchins
8 months ago
360°of Incompetence. Cabin needed maintenance everywhere you looked. Holes in wall. Filthy carpet. Trim falling off walls. Door hinge on master bedroom completely off. Door handle on heavy, receded type master bath door broken therefore had to slide door in and out of wall, not easy... much less for 5 days. Water pressure was as depressing as it gets. It barely dribbles out of fancy shower head. Batteries in several remotes dead. Key cards were programmed incorrectly therefore being locked out a day early. People at front desk gave incorrect directions to their own cabins. Customer service was inconsiderate. Would of rather stayed at local motel! Will NEVER return.
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Neil Sawford
7 years ago
My wife & I recently had a baby and needed a place to stay without stairs while she recovered. We stayed for 5 days in a 1 bedroom condo at Thousand Hills and couldn't be happier with the whole experience. The condos were quiet and well decorated, the front desk staff was nothing but helpful (even going so far as bring some items I left at the front desk at check-in to me after we had gotten to the condo). Much better than any of the hotels in Branson for a long stay--we used the kitchen to cook our meals and just relaxed and enjoyed our new family. Highly recommended.
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A Google User
3 years ago
While the course, visually and from a golf difficulty standpoint was fine...We otherwise HATED playing here. There are signs everywhere that say 'Respect the pace of Play' and "Average time to play this course should be no more than 4 hrs 15 mins'....6 hrs later we finally completed our round. A 6-some 2 groups ahead of us SEVERELY impeded play and wouldnt let anyone (from the 5 groups held up behind them) play through. This, you might say, is not the fault of the course, but rather the individuals playing and being disrespectful. However, we spoke with the Marshall twice AND called the clubhouse once to complain and were told on all occasions and they were aware and had 'broken the group up and resolved the hold up'. All I can say about that is...on hole 18...there were 6 people putting (with 5 groups waiting backed up for 20-30 mins depending on where you were in line) I have played courses all around the country and never had this much of a problem at a "resort course". Add to that there are MUCH cheaper places to stay and play in Branson to me says...SPEND YOUR DOLLAR ELSEWHERE. I also attempted to talk to the pro about it, but the attendant in the pro shop we talked to afterward (who CLEARLY didnt care) said he would relay my complaint to him...he was still on the course hitting balls in preparation for an upcoming tournament...but that he would get back to me ASAP (I left my number)...apparently his concern was NOT for his customers...but rather his own standing in an upcoming event because he never called. If you have 6 hours to commit to a round of golf and can handle the VERY steep grade to get to and from some of the greens/tee blocks, or have knee problems at all ...then by all means...play at Thousand Hills....otherwise...save yourself.
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A Google User
4 years ago
Four of us just played this course on May 04, 2010 and I can suggest you play elsewhere. Many of the tee boxes are only accessable through heavy rough and high sloping hills. If you are not in great shape this course is not for you. The greens were also in bad shape and on 2 seperate holes you have no idea where the fairway is because the view is blocked by large wild shrubs and trees. There are no course pictures on the scorecard or tee box for guidance. For the most part it is an "executive" course, many par 3's and only plays to a par 64.
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