Curtis Strange Design

Highlights of the Course

The Golf Course at Governors Towne Club, a player’s course.

Inspired by the world’s best golf holes and the dynamic perspective of golf legend, Curtis Strange, back to back U.S. Open Champion in 1988 and 1989. Curtis Strange was dominant in the 1980’s claiming 16 of 17 PGA Tour victories. He was number one on the PGA Tour money list in 1985, 1987 and 1988 and became the first player to collect over a million dollars on the tour in a single season. Mr. Strange played on five Ryder Cup teams and was team captain in 2002. On November 12, 2007 Curtis Strange was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame at the World Golf Village, St. Augustine, Florida. Governors Towne Club is the Thirteenth design in Mr. Strange’s exclusive portfolio and represents a seamless collaboration with acclaimed course designer Michael Riley.

Michael Riley is a former senior design associate of Jack Nicklaus and has designed and renovated a variety of prestigious courses including Crooked Creek Golf Club, a Kenneth G. Horton Signature Community.