Tri-City Golf Club first opened for play in 1940.
The golf course at Tri-City Golf Club has enough variety of terrain to challenge the most advanced golfer. There are several changes in elevation, so don't be surprised by all the uneven lies. There is a creek that flows throughout the lower parts of the course, and many mature trees can alter your shots.
Tri City Golf Course facility plays to a 9-hole par of 34 and a maximum 9-hole distance of 2,821 yards. The course rating is 34.7 with a slope rating of 117.
Toughest hole at Tri City Golf Course: Distance makes the 458-yard No. 3 (white tees) a bit of a bear. From a slightly elevated tee, you look down into a valley with trees and OB on the left and more but less menacing trees on the right. Also, Hickory Creek cuts the fairway in half at 200 yards out. On a windy day, it's not an easy tee shot.
Easiest hole at Tri City Golf Course: If you don't hit it through the dogleg, No. 7, a 274-yard par 4, is a drivable eagle hole. Rather than trying to cut the dogleg (requires a 250 yard lofted hit), the smart shot is to play a long iron or fairway wood onto the fairway and just past the big oak.
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