Fenced Up Country Club was created in April 2020 as the product of a bored and desperate man.
Ryan Ballengee hadn't played golf in three weeks during the coronavirus pandemic when he suddenly had a eureka moment. He realized he could transform his backyard into a golf course. After several hours of planning, an hour of procurement and maybe 45 minutes of manual labor, Fenced Up Country Club was born as a six-hole course.
Playing 110 yards in total but more like 220 yards with foam practice balls, Fenced Up Country Club -- or its many satellite courses -- is the perfect place to have fun, work on your game and stay home.