This course uses the honor system for payment of green fees. The course was built on hilly terrain and has large greens. The longest hole is #9, a 458-yard, par 5, requiring two straightaway shots to reach the green. Five holes feature dogleg fairways. Ladies tee off from the same tee as the men.
Date Added: Jun 21, 2006 Rating: 5.00 Votes: 20 Visits: 517
This links-style course is hilly, yet not too difficult to walk. There are plenty of natural and man-made bunkers, but no water hazards, trees or out-of-bounds stakes in play. The greens are undulating and fast, and vary from small to large in size. The signature hole is #18, a 467-yard, par 4, requiring a tee shot up a slight dogleg left fairway featuring a sand bunker extending all the way up the left side until you reach the elevated green. This exclusively private club doesn't plan on obtaining slope or course ratings for any of its tees. "Golf Digest" rated this as the "Best New Private Course" in America for 1995, and it was also named the "Best in State" course for 1997-98. "GOLF MAGAZINE" named it 10th on their list of "Top 100 Courses in the U.S." for 1997 and 8th for 1999. The scorecard doesn't show handicaps for individual holes. Guests and club members are allowed to walk the course; however, caddies are only available from June 1 through August 15.
Date Added: Nov 28, 2005 Rating: 2.00 Votes: 13 Visits: 2532