2024 APTA WV Golf Scramble

Berry Hills Country Club

Friday, September 6, 2024

  • Registration & Lunch                    10 AM
  • Hit the Links                                   11 AM

$110.00$400.00

Individual
$110.00
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Team
$400.00
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Berry Hills is home to a true shot makers course, with a rolling layout and tree lined fairways always in pristine condition.

Berry Hills Country Club

1 Berry Hills Road

Charleston, WV 25314

Bragging Rights and Prizes Available!

Beer and boxed lunches will be provided.

Course Architect: William F. Gordon

Greens: Poa Annua and Bentgrass

Fairways: Vamont Bermudagrass

Rough: Bluegrass, Ryegrass, Fescue

Tees: Bentgrass, TifSport Bermudagrass

Superintendent: Russell Stewart

Head Golf Professional (since 1993):

Barry G. Evans, Class A-1 PGA Member (2008 WV Open Champion)

(2002 CPC Champion)

History: A sixteen-person group of men envisioned a golf course to be

located on the top of the ridge between Davis Creek and the

Middle Fork of Davis Creek in Kanawha County, West Virginia. It

was to be laid out so that “no more physical effort is

required to play a round than is true of the Old White Course”.

Located between 900 and 950 feet above sea level, the course

“will be much cooler on hot summer days” and the air “particularly

clean”.

The group chose William F. Gordon (1893-1974) as the golf

architect and attracted two hundred charter members. Each

invested $2,000 to fund this effort and produced an eighteen hole

golf course of par 72 which opened on June 10, 1952. Mr.

Gordon was a charter Member of the American Society of Golf

Course Architects, along with Donald Ross and Robert Trent

Jones. Note: Hole 10

was later changed from a par five to a par four, and hole 18 from a

par four to a par three.

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