Sedgefield Country Club

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Sedgefield Country Club
Club information
Sedgefield Country Club is located in the United States
Sedgefield Country Club
Sedgefield Country Club is located in North Carolina
Sedgefield Country Club
Coordinates36°00′50″N 79°53′13″W / 36.014°N 79.887°W / 36.014; -79.887Coordinates: 36°00′50″N 79°53′13″W / 36.014°N 79.887°W / 36.014; -79.887
LocationGreensboro, North Carolina
Elevation830 feet (250 m)
Established1926; 93 years ago (1926)
Total holes36
Tournaments hostedWyndham Championship
FairwaysBermuda [1]
Ross Course
Designed byDonald Ross
Length7,127 yards (6,517 m)
Course rating75.3
Slope rating143[2]
Course record59 (Brandt Snedeker, 2018 Wyndham Championship)[3]
Dye Course
Designed byPete Dye
Length7,002 yards (6,403 m)
Course rating74.7
Slope rating142[4]

Sedgefield Country Club is a country club in the eastern United States, located in Greensboro, North Carolina, southwest of the city center. Established in 1925, it is primarily known for its golf course and the PGA Tour event it has held since 2008: the Wyndham Championship, formerly the Greater Greensboro Chrysler Classic, and the Greater Greensboro Open (GGO), it also hosted the tournament from 1938 to 1976 (alternating some years with Starmount Country Club).

The course was designed by Donald Ross and opened for play in 1926, it is currently the only Ross-designed course hosting a regular event on the PGA Tour. A second 18-hole course, originally Cardinal Golf and Country Club and opened in 1975, was renovated by Pete Dye in 2007.


  1. ^ "Wyndham Championship" (PDF). GCSAA. Tournament fact sheets. August 2017. Retrieved April 25, 2018.
  2. ^ "Course Rating and Slope Database: Sedgefield CC - Ross Course". USGA. Retrieved August 14, 2013.
  3. ^ "Wyndham Championship: Brandt Snedeker cards 10th sub-60 round in PGA Tour history". BBC Sport. BBC. August 16, 2018. Retrieved August 16, 2018.
  4. ^ "Course Rating and Slope Database: Sedgefield CC - Dye Course". USGA. Retrieved August 14, 2013.

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