Situated close to Little River Lake, the course at Treyburn Country Club is a 7,000-yard championship layout that Tom Fazio created in 1988.
Treyburn is a nice Tom Fazio design just north of Durham, North Carolina. He course is laid out among rolling hills and has some pretty significant elevation changes throughout the property. The course is set in a housing development but the houses are really very unobtrusive so the overall esthetics are very pleasant. I would say that in a good way this is a very typical Tom Fazio design. There is reasonable width to the fairways with enough twists and turns to demand accurate driving. The greens are modestly contoured but enough slope is present to provide a challenge. There is a nice mixture of short and long par 4’s that keep your interest up through the round. One downside would be that with the elevation changes this would be a hard course to walk on a regular basis. Overall a solid 4 ball course in the top100 scale and probably a 5 on the Doak scale. As a member of Holston Hills in Knoxville, Tennessee we hold a reciprocal membership with Treyburn and I always enjoy playing here.