Pete Brown Golf Facility

3200 Woodrow Wilson Avenue
Jackson, Mississippi 39209

Pete Brown Golf Facility was established as Jackson Municipal in 1947, later becoming Sonny Guy Golf Course, and eventually renamed after Pete Brown in June of 2019.

Pete Brown, a Jackson native, began his golfing career as a caddie at the Municipal Golf Course, affectionately referred to as Muny. He later became a professional golfer and became the first black player to win a PGA sanctioned event.

Pete Brown Golf Course plays nearly 6700 yards from the Blue tees and offers generous fairways, mild rough, and a driving range.

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