The Ballwin Golf Club, is a fun and challenging nine-hole facility that can play up to 3,433 yards in length for the big hitters and as short as 2,703 yards for the finesse golfers. Formerly known as Fox Creek Country Club, the City acquired the course and buildings in 1974. Since taking over the course, the City has completely remodeled, re-seeded, and rebuilt all nine bent grass greens (as well as the practice green) and has converted the fairways, greens surrounds and tees from Kentucky Bluegrass to the more "golfer friendly", Meyers Zoysia. While there is no driving range, there is a 2-person practice cage and a practice green golfers can use to loosen up their swing and refine their touch before starting.
The golf clubhouse and snack bar were remodeled in 1994 to provide a more attractive and handicap accessible facility for both the golfers and for those who rent the facility for weddings, banquets and meetings. A full selection of hot-dogs, sandwiches, soft drinks, chips, candy, and beer are available to eat in, or eat out, whichever you prefer. The attached banquet hall can accommodate up to 250 guests and hosts more than 100 events per year.