Oak Ridge Country Club first opened for play in 1924. The course was designed by William D. Clark. The original nine holes opened in 1921, with the second nine holes opening around 1940.
The Oak Ridge Country Club course was built on hilly terrain, so you can expect changes in elevation and uneven lies. There are only a few sand bunkers incorporated into this course's design, but water hazards come into play on at least five holes. The tree-lined fairways still afford generous landing areas, and the large greens are fast. The course has an active caddie program for golfers who choose to walk the course.
Oak Ridge Country plays to a par of 70 and a maximum distance of 6,560 yards. The course rating is 72.3 with a slope rating of 139.
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