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The beautiful Guyan Golf and Country Club that you see today is a tribute to the resourcefulness and courage of its members.
Guyan is a club that had to rise from the tragedy of fire on two occasions. In 1932, the old clubhouse, which was the home of John Ensign, was destroyed by fire and never rebuilt. Instead, the Locker House and Golf Pro Shop were enlarged and made into the second clubhouse. This served the membership for more than twenty years.
Then, during the early morning hours of January 23, 1954, fire once again struck with horrible destructiveness. Exemplifying the faith of its founders, Guyan soon rose again. The membership set about the task of erecting a new clubhouse. It was built and opened less than a year and a half later. The speed with which the new building was planned, designed and made a reality stands as a tribute to the character of Guyan's membership.

In 1982, the renovation of Guyan began. A more modern look was given to many areas in the Clubhouse, creating additional dining and cocktail facilities and allowing a new cart and golf club storage area within the main building. The result of these efforts is what you see when you look around you today.

Guyan has a golfing heritage of which we can be proud. The Country Club has played host to some of the country's outstanding golfers. The largest crowd came in 1942 when 4,000 watched an exhibition between Arnold Browning and Denny Shute against Byron Nelson and Harold McSpahen. Arnold Browning was with Guyan for 50 years as caddie master and club maker and then as head golf professional.

The great Walter Hagen, Gene Sarazen and Sam Snead also appeared here in exhibition matches.

Guyan has hosted the West Virginia State Open on two occasions with Bill Campbell being the winner each time.

Guyan is proud of Bill Campbell's golfing accomplishments.   Bill was the 1964 U.S. Amateur Champion, the 1979 and 1980 USGA Senior Amateur Champion, with numerous Masters appearances and a long list of other titles including the 1982 and 1983 Presidency of the United States Golf Association.  In 1987, he was named Captain of The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews, just the third  American to hold that post, becoming the first person to head  both of golf's main governing bodies.  Guyan is fortunate to have a member of such acclaim.
The USGA Girls' Junior Amateur Championship was hosted here in 1977. The winner was Althea Tome of Hawaii.

Together with the beautiful new facilities and the golfing tradition of our fine club, the future of Guyan Golf and Country Club looks brighter with the dawning of every new day. 



Bill Campbell played in 37 U.S Amateurs and won the West Virginia State Amateur 15 times.  He won three West Virginia State Opens, the North and South Amateur four times and was undefeated in Walker Cup singles competition, holding a 7-0-1 record in the eight matches he played between 1951 and 1975.

Bill Campbell also served as U.S. Golf Association president in 1982-1983 and was the third American nominated to be captain of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews, Scotland in 1987. Bill Campbell is the only man to head both of golf’s main bodies – the USGA and The Royal & Ancient.

Campbell’s home course and where he learned the game of golf was Guyan Golf & Country Club. He was a member for 87 years until his passing on August 30, 2013 at age 90. 

In February of 2015, the West Virginia Legislature passed House Concurrent Resolution 55, re-naming the portion of Route 60 from Guyan Golf and Country Club to the Huntington city limits the "William C. Campbell Memorial Highway."

Mr. Campbell was a very humble, noble and a gentlemen both in life and golf. Guyan has renamed the entrance and redesigned the logo in his honor. 


Jim Ward, a 1962 Marshall Graduate, was a member of the Thundering Herd golf team from 1960-1962. He was Co-medalist Mid American Conference Champion in 1962.

Jim Ward was the winner of the WV State Amateur  in 1964 and competed in the U.S. Amateur 4 times.

Ward was inducted into the Marshall Hall of Fame and was a member of Guyan Golf & Country Club before his passing in 2019. 


Steve Fox, a Graduate of Marshall University, was a two time W.V. State Amateur Champion in 1988 and 1994. Fox was also the W.V. Mid Amateur Champion in 2006. Fox won the W.V. Four Ball 11 times, W.V. Senior Amateur four times, and has played in four U.S. Amateurs and two U.S. Mid Amateurs.

Steve Fox is currently a member of Guyan Golf and Country Club and has won the Guyan Club Championship 14 times. He resides in Huntington with his wife Cathy and three children, Charlotte, Julie, and Stephanie.


As a junior golfer at Guyan, Noah Mullens was one of the most dedicated and hard-working golfers out on the course.  Most days he could be found on the course with his friends in a friendly, but intense match.  Noah found success in the Tri-State Junior Golf Tour before he moved on to the Callaway Junior Tour where he was one of the top players in one of the most competitive age brackets the tour had ever seen.

Noah was part of two WV High School State Championships and one runner-up finish while he was in High School at Cabell Midland.  The team, in 2016, finished a record 25 strokes ahead of second place and all four members of the team were selected as All-State team members.  Noah was joined by Guyan members Andy Michael and Josef Dransfeld on that team.

Noah started his college golf career at Southern Wesleyan University before he transferred to Marshall University to finish his collegiate career. He was one of the top golfers on the team and led the team in tournament finishes three times.  He was honored by Conference USA for his outstanding academic performance two times and went on to be an assistant coach for the team after graduation.

Noah was a contender in many high level golf tournaments and broke through with an amazing win in the 2022 103rd West Virginia Amateur.  The final round featured a chip-in eagle on the par 5 17th hole at the famed Old White TPC course at the Greenbrier.  Noah's -5 performance over the four days was cheered on by all of Guyan's members and many more.


Guyan Golf and Country Club has long been a cornerstone of West Virginia golfing champions.  That history was never better displayed than at the 2023 West Virgnia Amateur Championship.

Of the 120 golfers that qualified for the event, 10 were Guyan members.  Four of those members made the 2-day cut of top 50 and ties.  Guyan was dominant throughout the tournament.  The lead of the tournament was always held by a Guyan member.  16-year old Jack Michael held the first and second round leads.  Following a strong third round, 19-year old Cameron Jarvis took the lead going into the final day and held onto it with a 68 on the final day to secure the victory