Kurth-Landrum Golf Course

Southwestern’s six-hole, public golf course was originally built as an 18-hole course before World War II. After the war, it was reduced to nine holes (then six in 1999) to make way for new intercollegiate soccer fields.

While it was originally private, Kurth-Landrum opened to the public in 1983 and averages approximately 10,000 rounds played per year.

Kurth-Landrum has a reputation for being one of the more difficult public courses in the area, because of its links-style play and small greens.

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