Golf at Providence Country Club

The 7,021 yard par 72 championship golf course at Providence Country Club provides a unique challenge to the accomplished golfer while still accommodating novice skill with five-tiered tee boxes. Featuring five par-five, five par-three and eight par-four holes the original Dan Maples layout was redesigned by Mike Gleason before architect Kris Spence renovated the course in 2018. This recent, $3.2 million project focused on bunkers, irrigation, transitioning the greens to Champion Bermuda, and designing new, dramatic looks from the fairways.  

Practice makes perfect and Providence has it all; multiple first-class putting greens, two short game practice areas and a full swing driving range. Our knowledgeable PGA Professionals provide expert personal instruction, clinics and camps to make your golf experience immensely rewarding.

At Providence Country Club, members enjoy a number of special events throughout the year including active women's, men's and junior programs. Our flourishing Junior Golf program consists of camps and clinics throughout the season, as well as an active summer program that nurtures a passion for the sport.

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Tour the Course

Hole #1  |  Par 4
M/W Handicap: 18/12 

Under 400 yards long from the back tee, the course’s shortest par 4 offers a generous landing area. Avoid the fairway bunkers off the tee for a look at birdie, and do your best to make par or better as this is the easiest hole on the course.