Reynolds Park Golf, 2391 Reynolds Park Rd, Winston-Salem, NC 27107
|18 Hole Tour||
For an 18 hole tour to see a complete photo gallery of the course click 18 Hole Tour. Each hole includes a photo from each tee and an a view of each green. To go back click Winston Salem Golf Course Directory
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|Directions from Winston-Salem||
I-40 Business exit off at NC 311/Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. Go past Winston Salem State University to the second light and turn left onto Reynolds Park Rd. Travel approx. 1 mile. The course is on the left.
|Directions from Greensboro||
I-40 By-pass west to exit # 195, Martin Luther King Jr. Dr.@ top of ramp make a right. Travel approx 2.5 miles and turn right onto Reynolds Park Rd. Travel approx. 1 mile. The course is on the left.
$26 - Monday - Friday; $31 Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays (includes cart)
$19 - Monday - Friday; $21 Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays **WALKING**
|Tee Times||Call (336) 650-7660|
|General Policies||Proper golf attire and non-metal (soft) spikes are preferred.|
|Facilities||Golf pro shop, full grill and dining area (Breakfast & Lunch), and changing rooms and showers are located in the clubhouse. Club rentals and outdoor pavilion available.|
|Practice||Practice range, sand practice and chipping area, and a large putting green.|
Par 71 men, 72 women.
Back: 6534 70.8/121
Middle: 6098 yards 68.5/118 Men: 75.2/129 Women.
Forward: 5446 yards 65.1/109 Men: 71.4/120 Women
|Personnel||Head Professional, Mark Hartis, Paul Johnson, Course Superintendent Architect: Ellis Maples|
Comments - The rolling terrain of this classic 1930 Ellis Maples / Perry Maxwell layout is conveniently situated near the center of downtown Winston-Salem. This family-friendly course still has enough bite to challenge all caliber of golfers, despite a limited number of traps and terrain hospitable to wayward shots. Reynolds Park is especially attractive to college students and beginning golfers, yet hosts numerous county-wide tournaments. A well-established course, it has mature trees lining the fairways and a few creeks that come into play on almost all holes. Although the course measures only 6,534 yards, it plays deceivingly longer and requires the use of all the clubs in your bag. The signature hole is #18, a 425-yard, par 4, requiring an approach shot to an elevated green. The abundance of flowering trees and bushes makes the course glow in the spring and fall. Local golfers take advantage of the walker-friendly terrain, too.
Winston-Salem is home to Winston Salem State University, Wake Forest University, the Bowman Gray School of Medicine, historic Old Salem, and is host to the annual furniture mart, which attracts visitors from across the US and the world. The 2005 international rankings for quality of life by Mercer Human Resource Consulting ranked Winston-Salem in the top 50. The company placed Winston-Salem in a tie for 46th place with Lexington, Ky.; Osaka, Japan; Pittsburgh; and Seattle.
Placed on-line 8/1/2005
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