Our East Course was opened in 1959 and designed by architects James Harrison and Ferdinard Garbin. It is a strong traditional golf course that totals 7100 yards with each green being guarded by both sand and grass bunkers. The West Course was built in 1972 and opened in 1973. Although it’s 1000 yards shorter than our East Course, it presents many of its own challenges. In fact, the West Course is proof that length is not always necessary in making a course challenging. The gently rolling design, blends nicely with strategically placed creeks, ponds, trees and out of bounds, making it a true test of skill for even the most seasoned golfer.
As a testament to the legacy of Webster Golf Club, we have hosted many premiere tournaments including US Amateur qualifiers, US Open qualifiers, and more! Our course has also been open to many schools in the area, as well as several charity events.