Old Waverly Golf Club

Old Waverly Golf Club captures the essence of the Scottish Highlands within the graceful setting of the Old South. Upon entering the front gate, one is struck by the grandeur of the antebellum style Clubhouse and the allure of the surrounding landscape. Old Waverly has earned a reputation as one of America’s greatest golf courses, as well as one of the most callenging. All of these factors contributed to Old Waverly’s being chosen to host the 1999 U.S. Women’s Open Championship.

The most outstanding feature of Old Waverly Golf Club is her superior 18-hole course. Designers Jerry Pate and Bob Cupp took special care to embrace the natural beauty of the surrounding countryside. The course’s 7088 yards are a fair test to golfers of all levels. Each fairway, with its diverse direction and length, creates a different challenge, and the Champion Bermuda Grass greens are meticulously maintained. Lakes and magnificent age old trees welcome each player as the challenge of a new hole is encountered.

Southern hospitality is evident on and off the course. Whether learning the basics, or refining one’s game, Old Waverly’s superb staff of golf professionals can be of assistance. A full service pro shop offers the latest in golf attire and equipment, and a vast array of tournaments and clinics is held throughout the year.

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