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 has been redesigned by Mike Gleason to offer bent grass greens and Bermuda fairways. Members enjoy a number of special events throughout the year including active women, mens and junior programs.

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, serving the next generation of golfers is just as important as catering to today’s golf enthusiasts. Our 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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2018 Course Renovation Project Is Complete 

The golf course at Providence Country Club re-opened Labor Day weekend to rave reviews from members and the media alike. The comprehensive $3.2 million project focused on bunkers, new and expanded irrigation for better course conditioning, transitioning the greens putting surfaces to Champion Bermuda, and designing new, dramatic looks from the fairways. Greensboro-based golf course architect Kris Spence led the effort. Learn more about the updated course >> 

Tour the Course

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

The drive should favor the right hand side of this short dogleg left, probably with a long iron or fairway wood. Once past the trees on the left the hole opens up with a short iron.