Tot Hill Farm Golf Club

Located two-and-a-half miles off Highway 220 South in Asheboro, North Carolina, Tot Hill Farm Golf Club is a golf vacation getaway that’s hailed for being one of the toughest courses in the US. Tot Hill was designed by distinguished course architect Mike Strantz, who created such masterpieces such as Caledonia, True Blue, Royal New Kent, Stonehouse and Tobacco Road.  Tot Hills Golf Club offers players breathtaking and scenic views, along with challenging tees and heart-pounding shots.

Tot Hill Farm Golf Club opened its doors to the public in 2000. The facility is best known for having five sets of tees which challenge all skill levels, striking elevation changes and lots of stone walls. This remarkable golf trip getaway also offers multi-tiered, contoured greens and fairways which narrow in and suddenly sprawl out over entire hillsides. The course plays 6,614 yards from the championship tees, and has a slope rating of 135.  The golf club’s layout ingeniously winds through a maze of rock formations, creeks and a lake that serves as challenging water hazards.

Tot Hill Farm Club recently rated 4.5 Stars, and was also ranked as the 7th Hardest Course in America by Golf Digest Magazine. Because of its challenging rough, uphill treks and lots of obstacles at hand, Tot Hill can be quite a demanding course for beginners. However, the forward gold tees allow players to break in distance at 4,853 yards, and women golfers playing from these tees will find that the course won’t demand much carry off the tee, but will still require a lot of strategy and precision. With heart-pounding stone walls, challenging shots and breathtaking views, Tot Hill Farm Golf Club is an ideal golf trip getaway for those who are raring to have an awe-inspiring and breathtaking golf experience.


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