The Jimmy Clay Golf Course was constructed and opened in 1974. This Course is located on a relatively flat site surrounded by Williamson Creek. Designed by noted golf course Architect Joe Finger, the course plays 6918 yards through treed areas as well as open spaces. The course is characterized by its relatively large, elevated greens and forgiving tee shots. In 2007, the popular golf course underwent major renovations. This included three holes being redesigned, all of the greens being replanted, and all of the bunkers being rebuilt.
In 1994, Jimmy Clay Golf Course became part of a 36 hole complex with the addition of the Roy Kizer Golf Course on the southern portion of the site. Together the two courses make up one of the finest 36 hole complexes in the state.
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