The Course

Designed by Tom Bendelow in 1922, the bent grass course with a slope rating of 127, boasts pristine fairways, quick greens, and just the right amount of water and sand to appeal to all levels of golf. Tom Bendelow, nicknamed "The Johnny Appleseed of American Golf", was a prolific Scottish American golf course architect during the first half of the twentieth century. He is credited with having designed some 600 courses in a 35-year span including East Lake Country Club in Atlanta and Medinah Country Club outside Chicago. 

Troy Country Club management periodically has the course professionally evaluated to assess cost of maintenance, ease and difficulty of play, and overall beauty. The most recent evaluation was in the summer of 2016 which included recommendations to improve irrigation flow, reduce labor costs to maintain, and improve play. 

Under the direction of PGA Professional, Mark Robart, Troy Country Club offers private, group, and kids lessons throughout the year as well as a simulator league over the winter months, tournaments, leagues, and charity fundraisers.

For the past 33 years, the care and maintenance of the Troy Country Club course has been under the expertise of Superintendent Chuck Hart. Chuck is a second generation greens-keeper who is committed to the beauty and play of TCC golfers using state of the art methods within budget.


Chuck Hart