Donald Ross original design built 1916
- Rated 2nd best 9 hole course in North Carolina
- Clubhouse and Course both on the National Historic Registry
- A relaxing environment where players rarely wait to tee off
- Golf and Pool memberships available
Tryon County Club, a unique course nestled in a picturesque valley away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The club is one of the jewels of life in the Thermal Belt, a unique weather phenomenon that helps warm the area on cool winter days yet keeps summer’s heat to a minimum. The result is an environment ideally suited for year-round golf.
The Ross-designed course is a nine hole golf club where members walk or ride, play 9, 12 or 18 holes and rarely wait for the tee. Don’t let its size fool you – tests await at every turn. The Ross layout rewards well-struck shots on its Bermuda fairways, though the trademark bent grass Ross greens are well-bunkered and unforgiving to errant approach shots. A stream running through the property often comes into play.