The Oak Ridge, Tenn., golf course will unveil its newly renovated bunkers and clubhouse on October 14. The event, which is open to the public, will include a shotgun tournament, reduced greens and cart fees, food and beverage specials, and demo day featuring golf equipment from top manufacturers.
Centennial Golf Course in Oak Ridge, Tenn., will host a grand re-opening on October 14 to showcase its newly renovated bunkers and clubhouse.
Festivities, which are open to the public, include a shotgun tournament beginning at 1:30 p.m., reduced greens and cart fees, food and beverage specials, and demo day featuring golf equipment from top manufacturers. The tournament is $35 per player and includes golf, lunch, range balls and prizes.
The bunkers have undergone a dramatic transformation and are designed to create a more modern aesthetic and increase playability for all golfers. Part of the clubhouse was painted, the restrooms were completely renovated and the back patio now includes rocking chairs for enjoying the scenic No. 9 and 18 holes.
“Centennial is delighted to unveil the upgraded experience for our loyal golfers,” said Brian Loveday, General Manager. “The course is truly a hidden gem in Eastern Tennessee and makes for a fun and enjoyable day for all players.”
The 18-hole, par-71, 6,633-yard Centennial Golf Course opened in 1997. Designed by architect Gary Roger Baird, golfers are routed through natural forests and rolling Tennessee hills.
A spacious practice area includes 40 hitting stations, grass tees, target greens, bunker and chipping areas, and three putting greens. The fully stocked pro shop offers a wide selection of golf equipment and apparel along with club repair and certified custom fitting. The Grill at Centennial provides a comfortable place to relax and enjoy magnificent views of the golf course.
Centennial has been designated a “Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary” by Audubon International for its high standards protecting the environment and preserving the natural heritage of golf.
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