Asheville Municipal Golf Course
The Asheville Municipal Golf Course is one of the oldest golf courses in Western North Carolina. The 18-hole golf course designed by Hall of Fame golf architect Donald Ross opened for play in 1927.
As in all of Ross's courses, it was designed to be challenging as well as fun. The par 36 front nine, measuring 3,246 yards from the back tees, features a flat, wide-open course allowing the use of a driver on every hole.
Rental clubs are available. The clubhouse features a pro shop and a concession area. Pass Holder Tags are available for individuals, families, juniors and seniors.
Open daily to the general public, weather permitting.
Tee times are required.
The 3,194-yard back nine has narrow fairways and also plays to a par 36. Accuracy instead of distance is required for the best score on the back nine. The course rating from the white tees is 69.0, and from the blue tees it is 71.1.
|Ladies (Red Tees)||72||4,568||115||67.2|