Five couples purchased the 9-hole Theodosia, Mo. course. In addition to golf, Lost Woods offers disc golf with an 18-basket course. Four new pickleball courts will open soon, and the owners also anticipate bocce ball, sand volleyball and corn hole to follow.
Lost Woods Golf Course in Theodosia, Mo. has changed hands, and five couples—Tom and Christene Reinbold, Sharon and Greg Nagel, Brandi and Matt Shockey, Nancy and Bill Rauch and Debi and Bill Agee—now own the business as a joint effort, the Ozark County Times reported. The group purchased Lost Woods from former owners Joe Edwards and Sharon Brown.
“The community and new ownership team want to thank Joe Edwards and Sharon Brown for their timeless efforts in building Lost Woods into what it has become to date. We’re honored, blessed and look forward to continuing the momentum started on their behalf in bringing the community closer together and offering a family-friendly environment to all,” the owners said in a press release about the transaction. “Come see us. We look forward to meeting all of you and sharing our vision in creating the most family-friendly environment in the Ozarks!”
The golf course was built in 1992 and offers a 9-hole course with a challenging layout of dog legs, narrow fairways, ponds, rolling forests and hills, the Ozark County Times reported. A driving range and practice green are also available to those who want to spend a little time honing their skills. The on-site clubhouse offers golf cart rentals, clubs and range balls.
Lost Woods Golf Course is the home course of the Lutie High School golf team, the Ozark County Times reported. It also hosts several community golf outings and tournaments throughout the season.
Lost Woods offers disc golf with an 18-basket course, the Ozark County Times reported. Four new pickleball courts will open soon. The owners also anticipate bocce ball, sand volleyball and corn hole to open soon.