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OLD TOWN CLUB

Winston-Salem, North Carolina

1938

December 6          Construction begins on Old Town in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.  [Winston-Salem (NC) Journal, July 20, 1939]

1939

 

January 1              “First shovel bit the soil” at Old Town in Winston-Salem- North Carolina.  [“Charming – is the word for Winston”, by R.E. Lauterbach, GOLF magazine, circa May/June 1940]

June 22                  Maxwell is in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.  [Daily Ardmoreite, June 22, 1939]  Editorial Note:  Maxwell was presumably working on the Old Town and, possibly, Reynolds Park courses.

 

July 20                   Most of the greens at Old Town completed and sewed with Bermuda and with Italian rye grass overseed for winter play.  [Winston-Salem (NC) Journal, July 20, 1939]

 

Early October       Construction of Old Town expected to be completed.  [Winston-Salem (NC) Journal, July 20, 1939]

November 11       Old Town opens for play.  [“Charming – is the word for Winston”, by R.E. Lauterbach, GOLF magazine, circa May/June 1940]

1940

January                 Maxwell “supervised the laying out of the Winston-Salem municipal course and the Reynolds course.”  [Greensboro Daily News, January 17, 1940]  Editorial Note:  The municipal course is presumably Reynolds Park and the Reynolds course is presumably Old Town.

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