Germantown Country Club is a Private, 18 hole golf course located in Germantown, Tennessee.
Germantown golf course first opened for play in 1970. The course was designed by J. Press Maxwell.
When GCC opened in 1970 it was named Farmington Country Club, there were plans to have an equestrian track around the course complete with stables and horses. This is the reason the original logo had a horse and rider on it. The Club was also nicknamed "The Farm".
On June 9, 1992, Germantown Country Club (then Farmington Country Club) hosted round 2 of the "US Open Qualifying". Phil Mickelson went on to win with a record-setting course score of 63. This record still stands today.
Germantown plays to 6,936 yards from the back tees. The course rating is 73.4 and the slope rating is 130. Germantown golf course plays to a par of 72.
The course closed on February 28, 2019.
Germantown Country Club’s longtime owner, Ken Anderson, died in 2012. His widow, Mary Charles Anderson, 77, was the owner of the club until she died on June 11, 2018..
The Andersons were philanthropists and supporters of M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Ken Anderson was the founder and CEO of Allied Uniking Corporation, a Memphis-based maker of conveyor belts for automotive and non-automotive clients.
After Mary Anderson’s death, the club was placed into a trust. According to the letter, the trustee recommended the owners discontinue club operations for financial reasons.
Member (cart included), played on Thursday, December 2010 at noon
Greens tool a big hit this past summer, but are great now.
Member (cart included), played on Friday, December 2008 at 10am
A nice and very difficult course. You will be lucky to shoot within 5 of your HCP.
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