Foxfire Resort Golf

Architect: Gene Hamm (1968)

Considered to be the most challenging, the East Course covers hilly terrain with several doglegs cut through towering pines. Shot making is a premium on this well bunkered layout with characteristic elevated greens.

Heavily guarded with deep bunkers, golfers find it important to position the ball on the proper side of the fairway to get the best approach angle to these slightly smaller greens. In the best condition it has been in over 10 years, the East course provides all level of golfers to a playable challenge. The West course offers wide manicured fairways and large elevated fast rolling greens. Water comes into play on 6 holes requiring forced carries from the back tees but with the option of going around the hazards from the forward tees. Fairway bunkers are stategically placed to grab the wayward shot and there is no lack of sand guarding the greens. This beautiful Gene Hamm design offers plenty of "bail out" places to avoid the most severe drop offs and deep faced bunkers. The G-6 hybrid bent grass greens hold shots well, but may confound even the best of putters with their characteristic subtle breaks.

  • East Course
  • Back 6851 73.5/130
  • Front 5256 70.5/119
  • West Course
  • Back 6742 72.8/125
  • Front 5208 70.1/114