Skip to Content
See All Locations

Salina Country Club

With nearby Smoky Hill River cascading along the edge of the property, Salina Country Club was established in 1911 and sits majestically atop Tom White Hill, just east of the city providing an impressive landmark. A 40,000 square-foot Clubhouse serves as the area’s hub for social activities, including three dining areas featuring fireplaces and separate bar facilities. A magnificent 18-hole championship golf course offers members and guests with a superb and challenging layout while other Club amenities include four lighted tennis courts, spacious swimming pool with a 163 ft. water slide, a fully-equipped fitness center, sand volleyball court and fitness trail. As a Charter Member of Audubon Society’s Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf Courses, Salina Country Club takes a great deal of pride in preserving the natural habitat that encompasses the property. The Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf is an award-winning education and certification program that helps golf courses protect the environment and preserve the natural heritage of the game of golf. By helping people enhance the valuable natural areas and wildlife habitats that golf courses provide, the program also minimizes potentially harmful impacts of golf course operations and serves as an essential resource for golf courses.

Private Private
Country: United States
Kansas, Salina
Phone: 785.827.0388

Featured Article: Press Release

Posted on May 28, 2021


Salina, Kansas (May 28, 2021) – Salina native and JRI Hospitality President, Founder and CEO Jason Ingermanson has purchased Salina Country Club. The new ownership represents a new beginning for the historic property as Ingermanson will look to  ...

Read More

Featured Article: Press Release

Posted on March 06, 2014



Scottsdale, Ariz. – Troon, the leader in upscale golf management, development and marketing has recently been selected to manage Salina Country Club in Kansas. The century-old private country club has a long and rich tradition in the Midwest  ...

Read More