336-650-7660 / Open Daylight to dusk

The rolling terrain of Reynolds Park Golf Course is a classic layout, conveniently situated near the center of downtown Winston-Salem. This family-friendly course still has enough bite to challenge all caliber of golfers, despite a limited number of traps and terrain hospitable to wayward shots. Reynolds Park is especially attractive to college students and beginning golfers, yet hosts numerous county-wide tournaments. 

We also have a driving range to get your round started off right or just to do a little practice. A well-established course, it has mature trees lining the fairways and a few creeks that come into play on almost all holes. Although the course measures less than 6400 yards, it plays deceivingly longer and requires the use of all the clubs in your bag. The signature hole is #18, a 425-yard, par 4, requiring an approach shot to an elevated green. The abundance of flowering trees and bushes makes the course glow in the spring and fall. Local golfers take advantage of the walker-friendly terrain, too.

                                    During construction of local bridges, a detour to the park is below.

HISTORY

The 18-hole "Reynolds Park" course at the Reynolds Park Golf Course facility in Winston Salem, North Carolina features 6,320 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71 . The course rating is 70.0 and it has a slope rating of 118. Originally designed by Perry maxwell and re-designed by Ellis Maples in the 60's, ASGCA, the Reynolds Park golf course opened in 1940. Today, Harold Kincaid manages the course as the General Manager. We welcome outings and special events and would love to help you with your next event.