A beautiful course that’s also fun
Willow Creek Golf Club keeps the golf great year-round
From the moment you arrive at Willow Creek Golf Club, you know you’re at a special golf club.
Designed by noted course architect Tom Jackson, this outstanding, 18-hole layout plays well for all skill levels. Willow Creek, with its manicured course conditions and challenging design, provides a fun, player-friendly experience for beginners. Advanced players will enjoy numerous risk-reward opportunities that are sure to provide an exciting, memorable golf experience.
Conveniently located just minutes off I-85 between Greenville and Spartanburg, we’re the perfect venue for your next round of golf. The spectacular golf course and friendly, knowledgeable staff will make your round at Willow Creek one to remember.
Players of all abilities will enjoy Willow Creek's Par-72, 6,890 yard championship layout.
The course is great. The people are, too!
That goes for the people who work and play here! We’re the area favorite of players of all skills and abilities, who all would agree that Willow Creek just might be the best-maintained area course. We’ll only keep you from playing here when Mother Nature halts play – but we rebound quickly!
We’re a favorite of Senior golfers as well outing participants. Members and non-members meld together, all with the thought of enjoying a great round of golf.
We offer five sets of tees; check the scorecard below for yardages, ratings and slopes for each set.
Please click on the the hole numbers below to view an aerial flyover of each hole.
We aerate the course in the middle of March and September. Click here to find out more.
Course highlights, as seen by Steve Goforth, GM and Head Professional.
Who better to ask for tips for playing Willow Creek than someone whit an intimate knowledge of the place like Steve! Here are some of Steve’s thoughts:
How do you describe the terrain of the golf course and greens?
Willow Creek features a moderate terrain; you’ll encounter some hills but not enough elevation changes to challenge a good walk of the course.
What kind of condition is the course in at different times during the year?
Golfers will find the course in good condition year-round. We take an aggressive approach to course maintenance, to maintain your pleasure level!
How should I play the first hole ?
Number One is a Par-5, one that can be reached in two by long hitters. But for mere mortals(!) it’s a traditional three-shot hole.
What’s the best Par-5 on the course?
Number Five. The creek at about the 225-250 yards forces a layup for shorter hitters and less likely to be reached in two shots. Long hitters can take a chance and clear the creek if they hit accurately enough, making it a possible two-shot reach.
What’s the best Par-3 on the course?
Hole #3. It’s a scenic hole with lake behind the green. It’s protected by two side bunkers, but short enough to make it an easy reach.
What’s the toughest hole on the golf course?
This is a tough question to answer. It’s truly a matter of opinion, and depends heavily on the individual skill level of the golfer.
What’s the most difficult green on the golf course?
Again, it’s tough to say. It’s a matter of opinion considering level of play. Several holes have potential difficult greens.
Concerning the finishing holes (16, 17 and 18); is this a chance to salvage my round? Is it rough? Fun?
Our finishing holes are comprised of a Par-3, 4, and 5 respectfully. I consider it a tough finishing stretch. #17 is rated as second hardest hole on course.
What’s your “Signature” hole?
That’s the Par-3 Number Three, with a lake behind hole.