Centennial Golf Club features a 27-hole championship course designed by Larry Nelson, a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame and winner of the U.S. Open and two PGA Championships. Nelson has called the 340-acre layout at Centennial with its rolling hills, ponds, natural rock outcroppings and breathtaking views, "the most naturally suited to golf" he has ever seen. Between the three nine-hole courses, Meadows, Lakes and Fairways, golfers enjoy a totally distinct and memorable experience. Centennial's large multiple tees are positioned so any combination of the three nines can be accommodating to the beginner or a test of more than 7,100 yards for the most accomplished player. Centennial Golf Club is home to the Met area's finest practice facilities. It's double-ended driving range and bunkered target greens are complemented by an extensive short-game area designed by Dave Pelz with three putting greens and two separate chipping and bunker areas. Centennial also hosts Dave Pelz Golf Schools from May through September.
- 27 Holes (Meadows, Lakes & Fairways nines)
- Designed by Larry Nelson winner of the U.S. Open and two PGA Championships.
- Opened in 1996
- Yardages: Meadows (Par 36); 3516, 3224, 2900, 2604 Lakes (Par 36); 3599, 3300, 2959, 2604
Fairways (Par 36); 3534, 3314, 2941, 2604
Open for daily fee play