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Welcome to Excelsior Springs

Excelsior Springs has been referred to as "the best kept secret in Northwestern Missouri." The community boasts four shopping districts, three on the west side and one in historic downtown, each offering an interesting and eclectic mix of shopping, history, eating establishments and cultural opportunities.

Historically, Excelsior Springs meant excellence in tourism and health. Visitors flocked to Excelsior Springs' health spas, clinics, hotels, restaurants and entertainment establishments. Promoted nationally and worldwide, Excelsior Springs became a premier destination for health and relaxation.


Although the mineral water industry declined in the 1960s, the mineral waters are once again being bottled and available inside the Hall of Waters. The spa at Elms Hotel & Spa will be newly remodeled and open prior to this year's tournament.

In addition to the Tiger Golf Classic, Excelsior Springs is home to several other major events, including Waterfest, the Mineral Water Bowl, Gatsby Days, Missouri Wine Festival, Sanctioned BBQ on the River and Fly-in and Hometown Holiday events. There are more than 90 acres of parkland and walking trails within the city limits of Excelsior Springs with playground equipment, fishing lake, picnic shelters and ball fields to provide outdoor enjoyment for residents and visitors.

For more about Excelsior Springs visit:
City of Excelsior Springs
Chamber of Commerce
Excelsior Springs Golf Course
Parks and Recreation
Elms Hotel & Spa
Excelsior Springs Schools
Excelsior Springs Museum & Archives
Excelsior Springs Historic Preservation
Vistor & Newcomer's Guide 2012
Excelsior Springs Standard


Excelsior Springs Golf Course
The Excelsior Springs Golf Course, venue for the Tiger Golf Classic, is a unique and beautiful course. This championship 6,603 yard, par 72 course opened in 1915, designed by the renowned golf course architect, Tom Bendelow. Bendelow also designed Medinah Country Club, home of the 1949, 1975, and 1990 U.S. Opens, as well as Olympia Fields Country Club, where they hosted the 1928 and 2003 U.S. Open and two previous PGA Championships. The 18-hole course features Zoysia fairways, Zoysia and bluegrass trees, small tricky greens and rolling hills, providing enjoyable play on the links.



The Elms Resort & Spa was newly remodeled this year.


Hall of Waters featuring the world's longest water bar, above, houses the community's Tourism Center.




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