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Shiloh Ridge has been a Corinth landmark for over 30 years. In 1989, nine holes opened along with a make-shift pro shop in an old barn. Shiloh Ridge has come a long way since its humble beginnings. Shiloh Ridge is now the crown jewel for sports and fitness facilities for miles around.

Shiloh Ridge is rich with history.  Located on the old Roscoe Turner landing strip, a statue of Gilmore (Roscoe's Pet Lion) will welcome you as you enter.  Shiloh Ridge also holds earthworks dug from soldiers during the Battle of Corinth in the Civil War.

Today, Shiloh Ridge is a close-knit organization with a staff that is highly capable, well-trained and eager to serve our members and public customers. The owner, Carroll Little, has made a commitment to grow this business. Today we have some 400 members and scores of public patrons from all over the country who enter our doors daily. Come be a part of are growing family! Check out our FaceBook page to keep up with all the happenings at Shiloh Ridge and to see how we have come along from our humble beginnings. 

Roscoe Turner and his pet lion Gilmore

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