The Club

Mimosa Hills is a 1929 Donald Ross original golf course and has been the host of 12 major amateur championships in the Carolinas, including the 1940 and 1963 Carolinas Amateur; the 1985, 1986 and 1996 North Carolina Amateur; and the 1964 Carolinas Junior.

Ross took painstaking advantage of Morganton’s natural beauty, utilizing the Blue Ridge Mountain skyline as a one-of-a-kind backdrop, while still routing the course in traditional fashion for the 1920s era. Seven holes lead back to the clubhouse.

The club was the longtime home of legendary amateur Billy Joe Patton, a Morganton resident who finished third in the 1954 Masters Tournament, and was a five-time member of the United States Walker Cup team.