Stryker Golf Course first opened for play in 1946.
Stryker was built in 1946 along Bragg Boulevard in an area that previously housed temporary troop quarters during World War II. The barracks were removed and the golf course was built. Strykerâ€™s architect was the most famous architect in American Golf, Donald Ross. Ross was the designer of many famous courses including: Pinehurst #2, Seminole, Oakland Hills, and Plainfield to name just a few. Ross lived nearby at Pinehurst and Stryker was one of his last courses.
The long time golf professional at Stryker was L.B. Floyd, the father of tour great Raymond Floyd. Ray Floyd and his sister Marlene learned to play golf at Stryker in the fifties. Stryker has also hosted the All Army Tournament and several regional events.
Blue Tees - 6,625 yards, Rating- 71.2, Slope-119
White Tees - 6,376 yards, Rating- 69.8, Slope-118
Red Tees - 5,138 yards, Rating-68.7, Slope-110
$16 (cart included), played on Wednesday, August 2007 at noon
This is a very challenging military course and not many know that this is a Donald Ross designed course. The fairways and greens are in great shape for a military course that depends upon MWR funding. The staff and management are very nice and pleasant. I love Hole #4, the monster par 5/600 yards from the white tees. WHAT A RUSH!!!! Very nice driving range and practice putting green. I golf here on a regular basis (member) and I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this course to anyone. If you have a friend or family member that is active duty or retired, and they golf, talk them into golfing at Stryker, you won't be sorry. Hey Tiger even golfed here.
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