Designed in 1965, Fincastle has built a reputation for its quick greens and the precise shot placement that is required. Guests will experience a variety of unique shots as they play a round on Fincastle’s manicured fairways and greens. Golfers can expect a blend of open holes through the lower part of the course during the first nine before transitioning to a more tree lined route on the second nine that scales up the mountain. With amazing mountain views and a relaxed atmosphere, Fincastle is the perfect course for your next round. Fincastle is fully public and welcomes all golfers.
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Summer 2020 Golf Rates: April 1 – October 31
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Golf Shop Hours
Monday – Sunday: 8:00AM – 7:00PM
Course Architect: Dick Wilson
Superintendent: Anthony Phillips
General Manager: John O’Neal
Golfers at Fincastle are expected to adhere to the regulations regarding proper attire. Players are required to observe good taste and dress appropriately for the golf course and practice facility at all times. Anyone who is inappropriately attired may be asked to change or not be permitted to use the golf facilities.
- Long pants or shorts of at least Bermuda length.
- Collared shirt or a ‘mock’ neck shirt with sleeves is acceptable.
- Shorts and/or skirts should be of Bermuda length.
- Shirts should be designed for golf and are permitted with or without collars and with or without sleeves.
Hats are to be worn as designed, with the bill of the hat facing forward.
Tee shirts and tank tops are not allowed.
Inappropriate golf attire includes all blue denim, fitness attire, and swim attire.
Care of the Course
Fincastle is one of the best maintained golf courses in area. Our staff has a challenging task in keeping our course in great shape due to its old style, sloping terrain, and extreme weather conditions. The greenkeeping staff does an exceptional job and we ask you help them by following the guidelines below:
- Replace or sand divots as required, even when the cart path only rule is in effect.
- Always repair your ball marks on the green plus one other, or more.
- After hitting your shot, use rake to smooth all holes and footprints in bunkers.
- Do not drive carts past fairway ropes where present, even in the rough.
- Do not drive carts past cart posts (in absence of ropes).
- Follow cart rules of the day by either staying on the cart path or driving 90 degrees from the cart path.
- Avoid walking or driving in wet areas.
- Place litter in appropriate receptacles and do not let cart litter blow onto the course.