Golf


Balance in Design and Architecture

Fortunate to have a Donald Ross designed Irving Park course started in 1911 and a Donald Steel redesign for the Farm Course, Greensboro Country Club offers a unique golfing experience for the accomplished golfer and the novice. With Irving Park presenting a narrow corridor of fairways and Ross green complexes and the Farm Course a bigger course lengthening to over 7300 yards, our members enjoy a variety in challenges for their golf games. A beautiful practice area with expansive hitting areas assures manicured turf for the diligent linksters. Short game area and practice putting green are available for full game improvement.

Our Golf Professional Staff Includes a Director of Golf who is a PGA Legacy Master Professional, a full time teaching professional, a PGA Class A head professional at each course location and assistant professionals  to provide the members of our Club quality service and experience. A teaching program with more than five teaching professionals to aid the member in his quest for lower scoring is a member benefit for the entire family. Activities are planned each season for family outings along with men’s, ladies and junior programs that provide a wide range of opportunities to enjoy the Club and the amenities. Greensboro Country Club offers the best experience for all members of the family to be active and involved.

Irving Park Course Tour



Hole #1 - The opening hole on the this Donald Ross gem requires an exacting first shot for the player. The target from the teeing ground is center or left side of the fairway to ensure an open shot to the green around a menacing large Willow Oak tree fronting the right perimeter of the green. Otherwise, the approach will need an extra lofting to reach the surface of a green with swirls of breaks and undulations.

Yardage
Blue
334
White
309
Green
288
Lime
220
Par 4

The Farm Course Tour



Hole #1 - An inviting opening hole down a long, gentle slope to a relocated green beside the water on the left. Judgment of the second shot is the key. The green has no bunkers but anxiety to avoid the lake can lead to balls finishing in the attractive swale running around the right side of the green.
 

Yardage
Orange
437
Gold
411
Black
389
Blue
363
White
343
Green
322
New Color
New Distance
Par 4

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410 Sunset Dr, Greensboro, NC 27408 T: (336) 275-8506
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5121 Hedrick Dr, Greensboro, NC 27410 T: (336) 288-3415
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