Starmount Forest Country Club
Wayne Stiles and John Van Kleek of Boston, Mass., designed the original Starmount Forest golf course and it was completed with consultation from Perry Maxwell. The course formally opened for play on Aug. 1, 1930. The course was renovated in 1971 with consultation from George Cobb, and totally rebuilt in 1999 by architect Lester George. During its 75-plus years of existence, Starmount Forest has hosted many professional and amateur tournaments. It is the only championship golf course in the city limits of Greensboro.
Starmount Forest was the inaugural host for the Greater Greensboro Open held in 1938. Sam Snead won that event at the ripe age of 24. Starmount Forest continued its involvement with the GGO (now formally known as the Wyndham Championship) until 1960. Starmount Forest hosted the 1947 Women's U.S. Open. Betty Jameson won with a score of 295, marking the first female golfer to score below 300 in a 72-hole tournament. Recently, Starmount Forest hosted the 2001 N.C. Senior Amateur Championship, the 2004 N.C. Mid-Am Championship, the 2004 Southern Conference Women's Golf Championship, and the 2007 N.C. Amateur Championship.
The course covers 155 acres and offers a tremendous test for the most avid golfer. Four tees are available for play: Black, White, Blue and Green.
It is also home of the Starmount Fall Classic, a women's event hosted by UNCG each fall.
Bryan Park Golf Club
The Champions Course at Bryan Park opened in 1990 and has proven to be a Rees Jones masterpiece of design. It is the home of the Bryan National Collegiate, a women's event co-hosted by UNCG and Wake Forest each spring.
Seven holes border scenic Lake Townsend. Ranked in 1990 as the runner-up best new public course in the country by Golf Digest, the course has since been ranked nationally each year by major golf publications.
The par-72 course, which can play as long as 7,135 yards, hosted the USGA's Amateur Public Links Championship in the summer of 2010.
It is home of Bryan National, a women's event hosted by UNCG each spring.