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2022 USPMGA US Open at Mossy Creek
May 19 - May 22, 2022
The Mossy Creek Mini Golf Tournament Organization Committee would like to thank the United States Pro Mini Golf Association for the opportunity to host the 2022 USPMGA US Open.
Mossy Creek Mini Golf is located in the East Tennessee foothills of the Smoky Mountains. The course opened in July 2018 and was designed by Kyle Cutshaw and Bob Horwath of Bob Horwath Miniature Golf Courses. The course design features long, wide holes that reward quality putts. Each hole provokes thought from the tee and provides multiple options on how to play the shot. Nine of the holes have multiple cups so that pin placements can be changed. The scorecard lists the course as a par 43 but we feel that for the professional golfer the course is a true par 36. The current course record in a tournament is 33. Several members have shot 31 during non-competitive rounds.
When design for the course started in 2016, tournament golf was always in the forethought. The course is designed to meet all USPMGA Tournament Standards. It was also built with a degree of difficulty to challenge the professional mini golfer. The course was also designed for spectators. The clubhouse has a large elevated viewing deck that extends the length of the course’s finishing hole and provides views of the entire course. On the course level, there is also a viewing area from holes #13-#17. These areas provide an excellent area to watch while not having spectators on the course.
Our hope is to provide a home for professional miniature golf in East Tennessee. Starting in 2020, we will be hosting the Tennessee State Open. This will give professionals an opportunity to begin competing on the course and will give us more tournament hosting experience leading up to the US Open. If you decided to attend a tournament at Mossy Creek Mini Golf, we feel that you will not be disappointed with both the quality of golf and the beautiful surrounding area.
Mossy Creek Mini Golf
August 28-30, 2020
There is so much to do when you visit Jefferson County, the Lakeside of the Smokies. From white water rafting to hiking in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, the region has an abundance of natural beauty, adventure, culture and family fun.
Within 30 minutes of Jefferson County:
-Great Smoky Mountain National Park
-Dollywood & Pigeon Forge
-White Water Rafting
-Smokies Baseball Stadium (Double A Affiliate of the Chicago Cubs)
For more information regarding the US Open at Mossy Creek Mini Golf, check out our bid to host the tournament that was accepted by the US Pro Mini Golf Association.