The Course

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*Distances are lasered to the middle of the green. 

The Architects

Tom Fazio, Pete Dye, Rees Jones, Arnold Palmer Design and Jay Haas are just some of our contributing architects. 17 of the Top 100 golf courses in the World were designed or redesigned by these professionals.

In 1997, John LaFoy, the primary architect of Cross Winds Golf Club wanted to create one of the best par 3 courses in the Southeast. By having 17 of his friends donate designs, we feel he accomplished his goal. 

The course provides challenging holes for ALL levels of golfers both beginners and experienced alike. Holes vary in length from 84 yards to 180 yards.

The longest hole can actually play up to 210 yards. The large undulating bent greens are consistently some of the fastest and best maintained in the area. Lights allow players to play after work or even after dinner.

Did you know?

  • Mike Hurdzan even gave a name to what would become his 130-yard sixth: "Hump 'n Hollow."  
  • Dan Maples designed 84-yard 11th, which drops 40 feet into a ravine and has a tricky shelf in the back of the green.