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|Green Fees with cart||$33 weekdays (Mon-Fri), $39 weekends (Sat-Sun)|
|Tee Times||Call 864-543-2757|
|Location & travel times||The Fort Golf Club is one hour from Greenville SC, Columbia SC and Augusta GA. Greenwood SC or Lake Greenwood is a 15 minute travel time.|
|Directions||From Greenville: Take Hwy 25 South to
Calhoun Rd., which is at the first traffic light in Greenwood. Take a right and
Calhoun Rd turns into 225 Bypass. Travel until "Hotspot" gas
station on left. Go
through traffic light onto Scotch Cross Rd. Travel 5 miles
until Golf Course entrance on right.
From Columbia: Take I26 West towards Newberry and exit at Highway 34 left to Newberry. Travel on Hwy 34 to the town of Ninety Six and at the 2nd traffic light in Ninety Six turn left and then a quick right onto Cambridge - just after the train depot. The Fort Golf Club entrance is 2 miles on the left
From Augusta GA: From Augusta take Hwy 25 North through Edgefield to Greenwood. At first traffic light there will be a "Hotspot" gas station on left. Take right at that light onto Scotchcross Road. Follow road 5 miles to golf course on right.
|General Policies||Proper golf attire such as collared shirts, no denim, and non-metal (soft) spikes are required.|
|Facilities||Golf shop and restaurant are located in the clubhouse.|
|Practice||The practice complex includes a putting green and a driving range|
|Statistics Rating/Slope||Blue 6921 yards 71.3/119, White 6523 yards 69.3/115, Gold 6091 68.1/110, Red 5235 yards 68.7/111|
|Personnel||Head Professional PGA Tommy Pendley|
|Comments|| The Fort Golf Club is named after the American
Revolutionary battle called "The Assault of Star Fort". The battle is also
called "The Siege of Ninety Six" where the nearby town of Ninety Six was
named after the nearest other fort 96 miles away - Fort Cherokee.
The greens were recently redone (July 2002) with Champion Ultra Dwarf Bermuda grass and were in flawless condition. Actually these are the best greens this golfer (JW) has ever putted on. Golf here is a pleasant experience with nature since there are no crowds and no encroaching houses on the course.
Placed on-line 10/08/02
Copyright Automated Design Systems, Inc. 2002