This relatively challenging course was built on predominantly flat terrain. The fairways are narrow with most of them being tree lined. There are sand bunkers scattered throughout the design, and water hazards come into play on twelve holes. The greens are fairly large and sloped. The course starts out with a 350-yard, par four, which calls for an approach shot over a creek. This same creek also crosses the fairway on the next two holes. Fine dining restaurant on premises, plus unique meeting and banquet facilities.
The golf course requires accuracy more than length. Tree lined fairways and an abundance of water hazards require golfers to think their way around this challenging golf course. The condition of the course rivals many more expensive courses. Our golfers continuously remark on how great the conditions are when they have finished their round.
Facility Amenities: Bus Parking, Restaurant on site