Turtle Creek Golf Club was built in 1971 and was designed by Robert Renaud, a golf course architect who worked throughout the Southeast and particularly in Tennessee. It's a heavily landscaped, traditional Old Florida course with well-manicured fairways and greens.
Because the fairways wind through well-wooded fairways, your club selection will be crucial. "You can't lose your focus” explains Joe Salzman, General Manager at the club, "you'll definitely find a use for almost every club in your bag at "the Creek".
"The course offers four sets of tees to test the skills of all level of players. The forward tees are fairly short – just 4704 yards. You may elect to move back to the whites to get a little bit more of a challenge. The course record from the tips is 61 set by local player Charlie Griffin in May 2004
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