The three nines provide pleasure to the average golfer and a memorable challenge to the champion. Each nine measures a little over 3,300 yards and they each play to a par of 36. Houndslake Country Club was designed to offer versatility for both the weekend golfer and the professional. The Dogwood and Laurel nines have played host to the 1977 and 1981 South Carolina Golf Association Amateur Championship, the 1982 and 1984 South Carolina Golf Association Four Ball Championship, the 2001 and 2002 South Carolina PGA Pro Junior, several United States Amateur Qualifiers, The Women’s Transnational Amateur, The Women’s Transnational Amateur, Joe Wyatt High School Junior Invitational, and is the home of the Women’s Eastern Golf Association Senior Championship.
The Azalea nine boasts 3222 yards of fairway winding through the original homes of Houndslake. The par five 5th hole has been the subject of many photographs throughout the years.
The Dogwood nine measures 3326 yards and plays to a par of 36. Dogwood number 7 is a beautiful par 5.
The Laurel nine was completed in 1978. It is considered the most difficult of our 3 courses. The signature fifth hole is a 560-yard par 5, with the third shot playing across 100 yards of the Laurel lake. The lake stretches along the entire length of the par 4 sixth hole.
Golf Guest Days
Tuesday and Thursday: Member sponsored guests play for $29.70 after 1pm.
The First Tee of Aiken at Houndslake Country Club
The First Tee mission is to impact the lives of young people in the Central Savannah River Area by providing learning facilities and educational programs that promote character development and life-enhancing values through the game of golf, and to provide an affordable and accessible golf facility, primarily to serve those who have not previously had exposure to the game and its positive value.