The design of Springfield Golf Club harkens back to the traditional schemes of the 1920’s and the Golden Age of Architecture in golf. The 6,906-yard, par-72 layout features Bermuda grass fairways and Bent grass greens, and is located on a heavily wooded and hilly site, with four holes flanking Sugar Creek–affording spectacular views–and 13 holes playing across and along perennial streams that feed into the Catawba River. Clyde Johnston, architect for Springfield, has this description, “The graceful folds and contours that define the land near Fort Mill provide the perfect setting for a golf course whose design is timeless and playability consummate. The golf experience at Springfield will be as memorable as it is strategic and demanding.”