Golf Courses in Greensboro
Gillespie Golf Club
Carved out of 85 acres, Gillespie Golf Course provides a challenging 9-hole layout for golfers at all levels of skill. The clubhouse offers a pro shop and concessions area, overlooking a practice putting green. Gillespie Golf Course is the home of the annual Gillespie Invitational Golf Tournament, which attracts players from all over the Piedmont for a 36-hole stroke play competition. The driving range or short game practice area is perfect for the warm-up prior to the game, or for sharpening up basic skills.
Bryan Park Champions Course
The Champions Course at Bryan Park opened in 1990 and has proven to be a Rees Jones design masterpiece. This 18 hole championship layout features 97 sand traps, numerous grass bunkers and hollows, and seven holes bordering scenic Lake Townsend. Ranked in 1990 as the runner-up for Best New US Public Course by Golf Digest, the course has since been ranked nationally each year by major golf publications.
Bryan Park Players Course
The Players Course opened in 1974. Originally designed by George Cobb, the course was later modified by Rees Jones. Because of the popularity of the Players Course, enjoyment is foremost but be warned, the course can become a real skill challenge! An 18-hole course built for the city of Greensboro on a topographically exciting site adjacent to Lake Townsend. Golf Digest: 4-Stars, Best Places to Play.
Bur-Mil Park Par 3 Golf Course
Golfers can enjoy year-round play on Bur-Mil Park’s 9-hole, lighted Par 3 golf course, featuring distances from 63 to 134 yards. Practice your swing at Bur-Mil’s 250-yard driving range with 20 mat positions and a grassed tee area. Sand bunkers, chipping and putting greens are also available. Ask about the special discount rates for groups of 20 or more! Golf lessons and clinics are provided by the Precision Golf School’s instructional staff.
Grandover Resort & Spa, a Wyndham Grand Hotel Golf Club
Two 18-hole, par 72 picturesque courses (East & West) with varied natural terrain. Full-service hotel and conference center complete with accommodations for meetings, social functions, golf outings and spa. Lessons available by staff of PGA professionals. Clubhouse host golf shop and locker room facility, club and shoe rental and tennis. Grass driving range and putting green available for guests. Fine dining restaurant, rustic lounge and 19th hole snack bar complete with recreation activities, including pool tables and darts. Holes: 36. Par: 72/72. Course rating: 74.6/72.7. Yards: 7100/6800. Slope: 137/137. Carts are mandatory. Call up to seven days in advance for tee times.
The Cardinal by Pete Dye
The Cardinal golf course offers an equitable test for golfers of all skill levels with its two lakes and meandering creeks that add both beauty and challenges to the course. One of 12 McConnell Golf courses in the region, you’ll notice the pure golf experience in the condition of the greens and the staff’s attention to detail. The Cardinal Amateur was established by the Thomas and Bettie O’Briant Memorial Scholarship Fund in 1983. The field consists of 78 contestants, who are chosen among college level and mid-amateurs. Numerous former competitors are now on the PGA, Champions and Web.com tours. The contest has provided financial assistance to at least 36 young people through four years of college. These scholars, drawn from the Guilford County area, are selected primarily on the basis of need.