The 18-hole championship golf course was designed and built in the mid-1920s by renowned golf architect, Donald Ross. Throughout his career, Mr. Ross is credited with having designed over 500 courses, including Pinehurst #2, host to the 1999 and 2005 U.S. Opens, and Oak Hill Country Club, host of the 1995 Ryder Cup and 2003 PGA Championship. A native of Scotland, Donald Ross brings to his courses a unique character and a challenge at every hole.
Throughout the last 70 years, the golf course has undergone many renovations and amendments to the original design, however the integrity of Ross' work has been preserved. A state-of-the-art irrigation system has been put into place in addition to a myriad of other important projects, including: flowerbed and foliage landscaping, and renovation of greenside bunkers. These restorations have enhanced the course without compromising its design elements, assuring a golfing experience, which is enjoyable as well as "PGA Tour" conditioned.
In addition to the aesthetic beauty of the golf course - meticulous bunker-guarded greens and lush, breathtaking fairways - members pride themselves on the playability of the course, challenging yet fair.This is one of the hallmarks of a Donald Ross design.
In addition to the course itself, there is an extensive driving range and practice facility. PGA golf instruction is available for both private and group lessons with clinics held at regular intervals. Edgewood also offers professional tournament management to ensure success for your corporate outing or charity event.
In every way, Edgewood Country Club offers golfers of all levels the best facility in the most beautiful of surroundings. Each time you step onto the course, a new challenge awaits, and you will approach it, each time, as the first time, with respect and appreciation.