From Our Editors
Designed by architect Buck Blankenship, the fairways of Shelbyville Country Club's 18-hole course circumnavigate a horseshoe-shaped lake and they gently rise and fall over the rolling hills of Shelby County. Pros and amateurs alike flock to this course to enjoy the fast and true putting greens, and a fully-stocked pro shop lies at the course's trailhead, offering players the latest in clubs and gear. Plus, a staff of two resident aces stands ready to adjust swings and impart strategic advice during private and group lessons. Along with the numerous natural grass areas, Shelbyville Country Club boasts two outdoor tennis courts and an Olympic-size pool patrolled by a lifeguard and Mark Spitz's mustache.
Course at a Glance:
Course rating of 71.7 from the back tees
Slope rating of 122 from the farthest tees
Four tee options
Max yardage is 6,379