Colonial Country Club is a private 18 hole facility and one of the finest in this area, located on 378 acres in Memphis, TN. The deep history surrounding the South Course envelops you the moment you step foot on the grounds. Our historic club was founded in December of 1913, but has been at it's present location since 1969.

The South Course offers uniquely different golf challenges.  Designed by golf course architect Joe Finger, it is the site of the 1977 famous 59, shot by Al Geiberger.  Home of the FedEx St Jude Classic from 1957 - 1988, the South Course has been dubbed by Golf Week Magazine as one of the toughest tests (no longer played) on the PGA Tour. Curtis Strange said, "That course was one of the 3, 4, 5 courses I would have bet you would have never seen a 59 on." A par 72 measuring 7334 from the back tees, the South is without question one of the most challenging courses to play in the country and one of the most enjoyable. With tree lined fairways, Champions Bermuda greens, gorgeous lakes, and uncharacteristic elevation changes to the region, the South Course is truly a gem to behold.

Colonial can be summed in the following quote by T. Alan Armstrong, "Champions do not become champions when they win [an] event, but in the hours, weeks, months, and years they spend preparing for it." Colonial, as a championship facility, knows no limits when it comes to preparation and the result, championship performance.

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