Steve Lambert, Alan Beaver. Skillborne = Stan McDaniel
Mostly Flat & Moderately WoodedCourse Landscape / Terrain:
18 ( x 1 ) / 18Holes / Baskets:
5352 ft. – 6045 ft.Course Length: Metric
51.4 53.6 57.4 59.6
DGCR SSE: [ ? ]
Yes / YesMultiple Tees / Pins:
Dynamic VeteranHole Type:
Very Cart Friendly
Description: The course is carved out of the woods with most fairways open enough to put some zing on your tee shots. But if you end up in the woods, it can be difficult getting out and saving par - or bogey! The front nine is flat and easier than the back nine. Holes 4 and 7 are the most difficult on the front side. The back nine has some minor elevation changes and has arguably the three most difficult holes: 12, 16 and 17. The longest hole is #17 at 461'.
Benches at every hole. Course features mulched fairways carved out of a heavily wooded area. Slight elevation changes, with mulch mounds accenting elevation. Each hole secluded from others. 1997 and 2012 World Championship site.
Baskets replaced. Some new pin locations. Some Skilborne baskets have been removed.
2600 Kilborne DriveStreet Address:
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Local Directions: From I-85; exit 41 to Sugar Creek Rd., east 3 miles and merge right onto Eastway Dr., 1 mile to left on Kilborne Dr. to entrance a half mile on right. From Hwy 74; Eastway Drive north to a right on Kilborne Rd. Make a right in the parking lot, 1st tees located at edge of parking lot, original by the kiosk, Skillborne by practice basket.