Wednesday, March 27th, 2013


The resurrection of a classic Tennessee golf course

High School Football

The resurrection of one of Tennessee’s most historic golf courses began in earnest at Augusta National. It was 2006, and six alumni of the University of the South had gathered to play golf and discuss a subject near and dear to their hearts—the school’s 9-hole golf course, which had been around since 1915 but had fallen into disrepair, the victim of neglect and lack of funding. The ringleader of this gathering was King Oehmig, son of the greatest amateur golfer in Tennessee history, Lewis Oehmig, and a 1977 graduate ofRead More