Corbin Hills Golf Club opened its doors to the public in 1956.  A Gaither McCombs design, Corbin Hills is a quiet, rolling course that allows the golfer to enjoy the round, whether it’s played for personal enjoyment or competition. 


In addition to the course, Corbin Hills boasts in its practice facilities as well.  The grass range is multi-tiered for the purpose of offering the golfer a consistent hitting area to perfect his or her game.  Also, the range can accommodate up to 25 golfers at a time, so there is no risk of ever having to wait for a spot to open up.


Below you will find course information, such as rules, the course slope and rating, and a scorecard for your convenience.


Course Rules:

USGA Rules Govern All Play Except Where Local Rules Prevail

Non-metal spikes only

Concrete Ditches on #9 and #10 are to be played as Lateral Hazards

Keep carts on paths around tees and greens

Must be 16 years old to drive golf cart

Golf carts must stay on golf course property