Waynesboro Country Club first opened for play in 1964.
The Waynesboro Country Club golf course is narrow and hilly. The greens vary from medium to small in size, and some are double-tiered. A lake comes into play only on the #5 hole. The signature hole is #9, a 360-yard, par 4, requiring a tee shot up a fairway that has a large hickory tree coming into play on the right and woods on the left, then an uphill approach to the green.
The Waynesboro Country Club golf course plays to a par-35 and a maximum 9-hole distance of 2,792 yards for a course rating of 68.5 and a slope rating of 120.
Member (cart not included), played on Wednesday, August 2014 at 4pm
This course is a fun place to play, if you have a cart. No rentals available. The layout of the 9 holes is pretty good, can play short if you're really good with the Driver, but plays really tight. Long irons and woods are plenty off the tee and provide a little different approach for most players that like to smash it. Only 3 holes have greenside bunkers, and 0 have fairway bunkers. Water is in play on only 1 hole. I think with a few more hazards, this course would be outstanding.
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