The course sits just four miles from Interstate 40, off of Exit 174, in open, rolling terrain, with Bermuda grass fairways and Bent grass greens. Its openness is unique and in stark contrast to the Traid's many wooded courses. The openness also gives the course a little bit of a links-style feel.
Pudding Ridge Golf Course's peaceful, quiet, rural setting, along with its challenging holes, make this layout a favorite of golfers at all skill levels. Players can also enjoy the modern clubhouse, with its spacious roofed porches (complete with old-fashioned rocking chairs) provide a tranquil setting to relax, snack, rock and reflect on the day's round.
You won't be disappointed with a visit to this tract, and as the local's will tell you, the proof is in the Pudn'.