Tryon Country Club is an original Donald Ross 9 hole course with five sets of tee markers which can play to 18 holes thanks to one extra green and assorted tee placements. The course, designed by the legendary Donald Ross in the 1920s, is a challenging par 72 for men and par 75 for women. The small, undulating bent grass greens , with tree-lined Bermuda grass fairways offer plush conditions for golfers.
Par 5: Slight dogleg left across a small stream. Uphill 2nd shot with green sloping from back to front. Guarded on left and right with bunkers.
Par 5: When hitting your approach to the green, try to remain even with or below the hole. Going long increases the difficulty of your putt.
Par 4: Downhill tee shot on a straightaway hole with a stream crossing the fairway. Long narrow green with a bunker on the left and a small stream on the right.
Par 3: Pretty little hole across a stream to a green sloping from back to front with a bunker guarding the left and a bunker and two large trees guarding the right.
Par 4: Straightaway with the fairway sloping slightly from left to right and a fairway bunker on the right side. The green has bunkers on the left, right and back.
Par 5: Dogleg left with a stream on the left for the tee shot. The stream crosses the fairway midway. The approach is slightly uphill to a green guarded on both sides with bunkers, and sloping left to right.
Par 4: Straight hole with a pond on the ride side. The small two-tiered green has bunkers on the left and in front.
Par 4: An uphill tee shot on this straightaway hole rated the hardest. The approach is to a large elevated green sloping from back to front.
Par 3: Beautiful downhill tee shot to a small green guarded by a bunker on the left.
Par 4: Long straight hole with fairway sloping left to right. The approach is to a narrow green guarded on the right by a large poplar tree.
TRYON COUNTRY CLUB
393 Country Club Rd, Tryon, NC 28782 (828) 859-9561