Golf with a great history
Willow Creek Golf Course, designed by Willard Byrd, opened in 1964 and measures 6,982 yards from the back tees. Three shorter sets of tees make the course playable for women, juniors and those just starting out in the game. Considered one of the top 30 courses in North Carolina, Willow Creek has hosted numerous tournaments of regional and national significance, including qualifying events for the US Open and U.S. Amateur, as well as hosting the LPGA’s Henredon Classic for a number of years. In 2012, Willow Creek Golf Course underwent a series of renovations that included installing Champion Bermuda greens. Better-suited for the warm, humid summers, Champion has been a welcome addition to an already impressive golf facility.
In addition to the 18-hole course, Willow Creek features a practice range, two chipping areas (one adjacent to the 10th tee and a second behind the ninth green) and a practice green. Golf members take advantage of year-round access to our practice facilities.
The nine-hole executive course at Emerywood was designed by the legendary Donald Ross. Opened in 1923, the course measures 2,569 yards and is often enjoyed by members in their practice routines and those who want to introduce a spouse or child to the game.
The quality of golf, amenities and service offered by High Point Country Club has consistently attracted high-caliber players. Among our past and present members are names such as Dale Morey, Bubba Watson, Drew Weaver, Mike Goodes, Roger Watson and Tommy Langley.