Date of completion: January 1, 1970
Description: Southern charm still exists. Nestled in the mountains of Spartanburg, South Carolina, Heddles Hideaway offers scenic golf with a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
Heddles Hideaway Country Club was built in 1979 under the name Oakridge Country Club. It was designed by George Cobb, the creator of Augusta National’s Par-3 course and Quail Hollow in Charlotte, North Carolina, which is a regular stop on the PGA Tour. The course features dramatic elevation changes and carves its way through majestic oak lined fairways. Challenging greens will captivate your imagination and test the skills of every golfer.
A secluded driving range is open to the public, and provides the setting for a serene and refreshing practice session.
The Heddles Hideaway clubhouse provides an instant feeling of comfort. Enjoy the latest tournament or sporting event on a 50″ Flat Screen TV, sit by the fireplace, or relax in an abundance of seating space. The clubhouse is ready to accommodate all of your special events and tournaments.