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The Gillespie Golf Course is owned and operated by the city of Greensboro, and provides players of all skill levels with an opportunity to play an 18-hole course for a small fee. The main hazard on the course is the South Buffalo Creek, although there numerous oaks and hardwoods lining the holes along. The greens are well-maintained, although the 16 bunkers that guard them can make them difficult to reach.
The Dye Course at Sedgefield Country Club provides for a memorable day on the links. Designed by Pete Dye in 1974, this course is the home to the annual Cardinal Amateur tournament. In 2006 the course underwent a multi-million dollar renovation, bringing the course up to modern standards by making the holes longer. The course also has a variety of elevation changes that can make for a very challenging round.
Bryan Park is a golf complex as well as recreational facility for the entire family, and named after Joseph and Kathleen Bryan, the complex's foremost donors. The Players Course and the Championship Course are two of the most finely designed golf courses in the nation. The Players Course opened in 1974, while the other 18-hole Championship Course opened in 1990. As with most other courses, facilities include clubhouse, pro-shop, as well as golf-range and golf pros to offer help and instructions. The park not part of the courses include volleyball and tennis courts, nine picnic shelters, horseshoe pits and a playground.