Here at High Meadows Golf & Country Club, we are excited to announce a renovation of our bunkers and tees on each of the course’s 18 holes. For more than 50 years, players have enjoyed the beauty and playability of the course designed by George Cobb, nestled in the mountains of the Blue Ridge Parkway with beautiful views from each tee. It is a testament to the design and the maintenance over the years that this is the first time major renovations have been undertaken. This project, in partnership with well-renowned golf course architect Bill Bergin, will improve the playability of the High Meadows course even further. By adding more options for tees and building bunkers with the latest drainage and designs, the course will have more flexibility and a more consistent playing surface.
Benefits for Golfers:
• Improved drainage in bunkers creates more consistent playing conditions
• Larger tees creates more space to move tee markers for greater flexibility in shot placement
• Each hole will have six tee boxes, giving more options for golfers to play
• Newly leveled tees provide a level spot for a great drive
About the Architect
High Meadows Golf & Country Club is working with Bill Bergin, well-respected golf course architect, to renovate all bunkers and tees at High Meadows.
Bill brings a lifetime of appreciation of the game of golf to his work in golf course design. After graduating from Auburn University, Bill spent six years as a professional golfer. He played in more than 50 PGA Tour events, including three U.S. Opens and two British Opens. He then worked as a teaching professional before beginning his career as a golf course designer. He started working with Bill Cupp, Golf World Magazine’s first ever Golf Architect of the Year, before founding Bergin Golf Designs, where he has been designing and renovating golf courses for over 25 years. Bergin Golf Designs’ portfolio of courses includes an impressive list of original courses and renovations, including Foxland Harbor in Gallatin, Tennessee, Auburn University Club in Auburn, Alabama, and Heritage Plantation in Laurel Hill, Florida.