Oak Hollow Greensboro

The accolades for Oak Hollow have been many. Golf Digest has named this High Point Course that opened in 1972 to its top 75 public courses list and its top 75 most affordable courses list in the past. This is Pete Dye course design at its finest, replete with pot bunkers, railroad ties, peninsula greens, and even a tee on an island. The signature Dye greens, small and quite undulating, will truly test your skills. Its length is typical for that era, at 6564 yards. This par 72 High Point golf course has a course rating of 72.1 and its slope is 131. That island tee appears at the signature 420 yard, par four sixth hole. This dogleg left wraps itself around the lake's expansive waters. Bite off as much of the dogleg as you dare. The 437 yard, par four 11th is perhaps the most difficult hole out here. Your second shot comes into a triple-tiered green that runs right along the water. This is one of the most important golf courses in High Point, North Carolina.

The pro shop, driving range, practice putting and chipping area, golf academy, and even campground are all part of the Oak Hollow experience. The Grill Room offers breakfast and lunch, as well as box lunches for out on the course. The pursuit of discount North Carolina tee times at this majestic course is most worthwhile. Oak Hollow Golf Course is a challenging, scenic layout that will test all your golfing skills. We hope that its beauty and superb conditions will make your experience a memorable one.
Contact
3400 N Centennial Street
High Point, North Carolina 27265
336-883-3260
Course Architect
Pete Dye
Year Opened
1972
Course Statistics
Tee Yardage Rating Slope
Blue 6564 -1 -1
Mixed 6155 -1 -1
White 5613 -1 -1
Red 4825 -1 -1
Amenities
Chipping Area
Putting Green
Driving Range
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