Springdale at Cold Mountain
On August 17, the small community of Cruso, NC suffered catastrophic damage in a flash flood caused by torrential rains from Tropical Storm Fred. The wall of water that made its way down the East Fork of the Pigeon River devastated everything in its path. Springdale was fortunate to not be a recipient of the total devastation that many of our neighbors experienced. With that being said, we did have major damage to our course and extensive repairs to make before normal operations could resume.
Springdale employees and contractors have worked continuously trying to repair Springdale in hopes of re-opening October 1 for our friends and neighbors to come out and enjoy a round of golf. Despite our best efforts, we will only be able to open the front nine holes at this time. These holes are not in the condition we would like them to be, but we feel they are playable and safe for our customers. We will be donating 50% of golf revenue from Oct 1-Dec 24 to the Cruso Community’s cleanup and rebuilding efforts.
Please use the following guidelines when playing the front nine holes:
Only the front nine holes are open. Do not go onto the back nine due to safety reasons.
There are ‘Newly Sodded Areas” around each green. Free relief is mandatory from these areas. Nearest point of relief no closer to the hole.
Unmarked Ground Under Repair. Free relief from these areas. Nearest point of relief no closer to the hole.
Unrepaired Bunkers. Free relief is mandatory from these areas. Nearest point of relief no closer to the hole.
Unraked bunkers. Lie may be improved at the nearest point of relief no closer to the hole. Ball may be placed.
The repairs on the back nine holes will continue in hopes that we can open all 18 holes very soon. Thank you for your understanding and patience during this time!