Par 70 – 6,316 yards
A traditional layout and one of the state’s oldest, established in 1916, this course puts a premium on shot placement off the tees. There are opportunities for long hitters to cut off some yardage but not without risk of posting a big number. A true thinker’s course.
Originally designed in 1916, the course was redesigned in 2000 by PGA. tour player and Paris resident John Adams. Today the course’s dramatic elevation changes and rolling character are sure to challenge even the most ardent and accomplished golfers.
In addition to the excellence of our challenging course itself, both male and female members enjoy a wide variety of golf outings throughout the year. Ranging from the Memorial Day 3 Man Scramble to the July 4th Invitational, the Parent/Child Tournament, the Ladies Invitational and Junior Golf Camp, there promises to be something for everyone.
As with every great golf club, PG&CC overall look is dominated by the beauty of the course.