Ruth Park Golf Course
November 25, 2021
Ruth Park Golf Course: Closing at Noon
Welcome to Ruth Park Golf Course - St. Louis Golf
With the recent impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), rest assured that the well-being of our guests, staff and community are of utmost importance to us. We are following the guidelines and recommendations from the City of University City, our local health departments and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), to help limit exposure and mitigate transmission of the virus.
Our core values of safety, integrity, and service, we are closely monitoring this rapidly evolving situation. We will update our response as additional information becomes available and new developments occur.
Starting Wednesday June 24, 2020, Ruth Park Golf Course and Driving Range will be open for its normal hours of operation
6:00 am to sunset – Riding carts will be available.
The driving range will be closed every Wednesday from 6:00 am to 2:00 pm for maintenance.
Starting times MAY BE RESERVED with Mastercard or Visa by calling 314.727.4800. Online starting times maybe reserved, but you MUST call Ruth Park Club House for payment (Cash/Check will not be accepted upon arrival).
• Ruth Park Club House will be open with limited access. Restrooms in the club house are open as well as 1 that is located in the main parking lot.
• One golfer per cart. Two bags may be on the same cart as long as one person is walking.
• *If two people that do live in the same household may share a cart.*
• *If two people that do not live in the same household may share a cart but are required to wear a mask.*
• Flagsticks are to remain in AT ALL TIMES and cups have been inverted for easy ball retrieval.
• Ball Washers, Coolers and Drinking Fountains WILL NOT be available.
• The club house is open for sale of merchandise and drinks. (Balls, gloves, tees etc. Chips and candy bars no food.)
Please be safe and we hope to see you soon.
Simply put, if you love nature you will love Ruth Park Golf Course, one of the best St. Louis golf courses and a fantastic place for those of us that love this classic game. Ruth Park combines the gorgeous landscapes just west of St. Louis with the timeless pleasure of golf. Since 1931 we have been a favorite destination or golfers throughout this region.
Ruth Park Golf Course, formerly known as University Golf Course, was created by the famous Scotsman Robert Foulis, a world-renowned designer responsible for many of the area's best courses. Ruth Park features Zoysia grass tees and fairways, as well as bent grass greens and tree-lined, hilly terrain. It's a challenge for any golfer, but it never crosses that difficulty line that makes a course unenjoyable.
DRESS CODE & COURSE POLICIES
In order to preserve the most consistent and pleasurable round of golf for all our patrons, no matter when they play or practice at our facilities, we have developed the following policies at Ruth Park Golf Course:
Ruth Park Golf Course is an alternative spike facility. The use of steel or ceramic spikes is prohibited. The dress code policy is enforced with patrons on the property including the driving range and the golf course.
Dress Code - Men
A shirt with or without a collar is permitted to use the facilities. Shirts must have sleeves. No tank tops or cut off sleeveless shirts for men are permitted. Screen-printed T-Shirts and jogging attire are permitted at the discretion of the staff at Ruth Park Golf Course. Shorts are permitted but must be hemmed. Cutoffs-jean shorts are not permitted. Golf shoes or sneakers are permitted, however hard soled street shoes or boots are not.
Dress Code – Ladies
A shirt with or without a collar is permitted to use the facilities. Ladies are not required to wear shirts with a collar but screen-printed T-Shirts, halter-tops or jogging attire are acceptable, no halter tops. Jeans are permitted at the discretion of the staff at Ruth Park Golf Course. Shorts are permitted but must be hemmed. Skirts or skorts are also permitted. Golf shoes or sneakers are permitted, however hard soled street shoes or boots are not.