Starmount Forest Country Club invites you

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Starmount Forest Country Club will officially open its new Indoor Fitness and Tennis Center Wednesday, Nov. 12 at 4 p.m. with a news conference and ribbon cutting ceremony. The general public is invited to this free event.

After a brief news conference, Greensboro Mayor Yvonne Johnson and United States Congressman Howard Coble will participate in the Ribbon Cutting ceremony to officially open the newest amenity at Starmount Forest Country Club. Following the Ribbon Cutting, the event attendees will be invited into the new building for refreshments and tours.

The event will be held in front of the new building, weather permitting. In the event of inclement weather, everything will take place as scheduled inside the new building in the second-floor fitness center.

Starmount hosted the Wyndham Championship PGA TOUR event when it started in 1938 when Sam Snead won the first of his eight Greensboro tournaments. Starmount’s golf course currently serves as the home course for the University of North Carolina at Greensboro Lady Spartans and both golf teams at Grimsley High School.

In addition to the golf course, Starmount offers full golf practice facilities including a driving range and three putting greens, a 25-meter Olympic-style swimming pool with snack bar, four indoor tennis courts, four outdoor clay tennis courts, a fitness center, a full-service restaurant and bar in addition to full banquet facilities capable of handling groups up to 300 people.

Founded in 1930, Starmount Forest Country Club has been a part of the Greensboro landscape for nearly eight decades. Conveniently located just five minutes from downtown Greensboro near the intersection of Holden Road and West Market Street, Starmount offers first-class amenities for both social and business purposes. For additional information on Starmount Forest Country Club, please visit

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