The Guyan Golf Course was built in 1922 in the east section of Huntington. The course has been the site of numerous tournaments including the Marshall Invitational and qualifiers for the U.S. Amateur and U.S. Open. Guyan has also hosted several West Virginia Opens. The first, in 1936, was won by Sam Snead. Snead also qualified for his first U.S. Open at the course. Guyan measures 6,456 yards from the championship tees, and features medium-sized greens with just enough woods to, "make it interesting."