Tri-City Country Club first opened for play in 1965.
The Tri-City Country Club golf course is a somewhat open, however many holes are tree lined and there is a standard cut of rough bordering the fairways. There are no sand bunkers on the course, but water hazards come into play on a couple of holes. Many other natural hazards and out-of-bounds stakes can affect your shots. The large greens are elevated, slightly sloped, and their speeds are determined by the seasonal weather conditions. The course was built on rolling terrain and many new trees have been planted here in the past few years.
The Tri-City Country Club golf course plays to a maximum 9-hole distance of 2,775 yards and a par-36. The forward tees also play to a par of 36. The forward tees are set at 2,403 yards.
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