Come see and feel the excitement as we start a new chapter in our tournament’s history. As we begin our next decade of Korn Ferry Tour tradition and promote our community’s pride as one of the four remaining original tour events, we look forward to a stellar tournament. Experience the excitement as “The 25” tracks the PGA TOUR cards that are at stake and the weekly player movement in and out of the top-25 places on the new points list. Share in the sportsmanship as we celebrate our 31-year heritage as a founding event on the Korn Ferry Tour.
Founded in 1927, Holston Hills Country Club enjoys a rich history on its classic Donald Ross golf course. Featuring 18 holes of Bermuda grass fairways, it sits on 180 open acres of rolling hills adjoining the Holston River. The golf course is consistently ranked among the country’s top 100 by Golf Magazine and within the top 100 classical golf courses by Golfweek Magazine.
Perched on a hill with breathtaking views of the Great Smoky Mountains, the clubhouse overlooks the course through its bay windows and elegant arched doors. The old-world central ballroom boasts large cathedral ceilings, fireplaces and exposed wood trusses. An outdoor terrace on the south side of the ballroom offers members a space to relax and take in the view, while a magnificent centerpiece terrace surrounds the clubhouse, with its comfortable Tudor architecture.
Holston Hills Country Club has hosted many state and national events during its history. Byron Nelson won the Knoxville Open at Holston Hills in his magical year of 1945 and the PGA Cup matches for the 1982 World’s Fair were played at Holston Hills. In recent history, Holston Hills Country Club welcomed the 2004 USGA Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship and the Tennessee PGA Championship in 2007.
Visit Holston Hills website to learn more at www.holstonhills.com