The spectacular natural beauty that characterizes Trillium’s sophisticated golf course reminds us of why we play “The Old Game” in the first place. By combining natural elements with careful design and a traditional approach to the game of golf, Trillium Links is the Hallmark of the Trillium amenities.
When combined with the driving range and practice facility, it’s easy to see that Trillium Links offers a comprehensive range of golfing amenities unlike any other in the mountains of North Carolina. Together, this top-rated course and inviting Clubhouse are an integral part of the Trillium lifestyle and the heart of a warm, welcoming community.
PGA Tour Design
Inspired by the panoramic view of the Blue Ridge Mountains, course designer and PGA Senior Tour Player Morris Hatalsky created an award-winning 18-hole championship course that meanders through mountain laurels and indigenous hardwoods as the dramatic elevation changes bring fresh challenges at every hole.
Best in the West
Trillium Links is unquestionably, one of the finest championship golf courses in western North Carolina. Regardless of your handicap, you’ll find golf at Trillium Links challenging and enjoyable, with six sets of tees, bent grass, greens and fairways, and magnificent vistas of the Blue Ridge Mountains, all combined with an occasional greeting from the local wildlife.
More About the Course
Regular players at Trillium Links understand perfectly why Golf Digest magazine designated Trillium Links a 4 1/2 star course. It also comes as no surprise to people who know the reputation of course designer Morris Hatalsky.
Hatalsky joined the PGA Tour in 1976 and has since played over 489 tournaments. Along with his four wins, he has finished in the top-ten 32 times and earned the distinction of “Putter of the Decade.
Trillium members enjoy the many aspects of golf on and off the course. Our experienced PGA Pro Staff offers a variety of junior, intermediate, and advanced golf clinics as well as private and group lessons.
To arrange lessons and tee times or get more information, please call our Golf Shop at 828-743-4251.
The Golf Shop and locker facilities at Trillium Links provide the conveniences and luxuries that make winding down from a great game of golf as enjoyable as the game itself.
A friendly place to visit and the heart of Trillium Links, the Golf Shop features a full range of equipment and merchandise. In addition, the knowledgeable and friendly golf staff is always available to assist members with private lessons and clinics or to plan a special tournament.
A magical 9-hole garden golf course lends its whimsical brand of fun, providing a place where every family member can enjoy chipping and putting without worrying about tee times and scorecards.
This par-three course fills the neighborhood with a profusion of perennial flowers and local plant life. Every hole offers its own unique beauty and is carefully landscaped, bringing together the best of nature’s beauty.
About the Pros
Before Tim Laverty became Trillium’s Head Golf Professional in 1999, he was Head Golf Professional at the Longboat Key Club, Harborside Golf Course in Longboat Key, Florida. He says, “If you’ve never had the opportunity to play golf in the mountains, you are missing a spectacular experience. With fabulous long-range views, challenging elevation changes, and unbelievable natural beauty, Trillium Links & Lake Club defines all that makes mountain golf great.”
He has been a member of the PGA since 1991. In 1990 he graduated in the top 5% of PGA Business School. From 2006-2009 Laverty served on the Board for the Carolinas PGA Section Mountains Chapter and served as President of the Chapter in 2009, receiving the Mountains Chapter Presidential Award.
He has been married to his wonderful wife Katrina since 1995 and has two step-children, Seth and Kelsey. In addition, he enjoys bowling, exercising, and playing the guitar.
Members have come to rely on Tim’s professional guidance and appreciate him for his affable personality, making him an integral part of the Trillium Golf experience.
Hugh Holland was born and raised locally in Franklin, NC. Brevard College offered Hugh an intercollegiate scholarship for the golf team. Hugh was named to the junior college preseason Academic All-American team during his sophomore year. He was also named captain of the golf team. After graduating from Brevard with honors and an Associate in the Arts degree, Hugh transferred to Western Carolina University, where he was a golf team member and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in sport management in 1996.
Since graduating, Hugh has been in the golf industry. Wildcat Cliffs in Highlands, NC, Red Bird Golf Links in Sapphire, and most recently, Sky Valley Country Club Director of Golf. This will be Hugh’s third stint with Trillium. He was here at Trillium for the grand opening in 1998 and has been with us for over 15 years.