About Our Golf Course
Back in the 1920's the idea of golf courses was growing in popularity as Bobby Jones was storming around as an amatuer winning everyting in sight. Golf courses were being built and it was the Roaring 20's. Times were good and it was good times for Lenoir as well. The town was growing and furinture was expanding. Companies in the area were making money and were looking for better housing, better recreation, and a better life after WWI.
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