Designed by Gus Carter, we opened in 1923. Marshall Lakeside is a traditional course featuring tight, tree-lined fairways; tiny, swerving greens; and a good amount of water. The course rating is 34.7 and it has a slope rating of 116 on Bermuda grass.
The most difficult hole is No. 2: a 431-yard par 4 that cuts 90 degrees left just 190 yards from the tee. Tee shots that fail to cut the corner perfectly leave a monstrous approach into the green.
Casey Broadus manages the course and is the Head PGA Golf Professional.