Big Fun at the City of Manchester's Big Hickory Golf Course
Surely there's no more beautiful golf course this side of Torrey Pines. Visitors almost always comment on the breathtaking beauty of Big Hickory. Situated on a rolling knoll made by the Cotton Bend of historic Goose Creek, the course is literally surrounded by lush, hardwood forest-covered mountains. The course is owned by the City of Manchester and is accessed off Beech Creek Road (on the way to Bert T. Combs Park). Just follow the signs. Note that the road leading from Beech Creek Road to the golf course is not suggestive of the beauty you'll find at Big Hickory. Just be patient.

Public, Nine holes
Green fees: Week days $14; Weekends $16
Cart rental $10 for 18 holes

Phone: 606-598-8053

This course was built on rolling hills and features very few trees that can alter your shots. Water hazards come into play on at least four holes. The large greens are undulating. The most difficult hole is #3, a 378-yard, par 4, requiring a very straight shot up a tree-lined fairway. The scorecard doesn't show handicaps for individual holes.

Year Built: 1991
Designer: Zenas Campbell
Greens Grass Type: Bent Grass
Fairways Grass Type: Bermuda Grass
Water Hazards: Yes
Sand Bunkers: No
Yardage Markers: 200, 150, 100 Yrd Markers and Sprinkler Heads Marked
More Information - Golf Course at Big Hickory Golf Course & Country Club
Green Fee: $14.00 - $16.00
Driving Range: Yes
Training Facilities: None
Rental Clubs: No
Carts: Yes
Pullcarts: Yes
Caddies: No
Walking: Allowed
Food: Yes
Bar: No
Homes on Course: No