The rolling terrain of this classic 1930 Ellis Maples/Perry Maxwell layout is conveniently situated about 13 miles northeast of Clemmons. This family-friendly course has enough bite to challenge all skill levels of golfers, despite a limited number of traps and terrain hospitable to wayward shots.
A well-established course, it has mature trees lining the fairways and a few creeks that come into play on almost all holes. The course measures only 6,534 yards yet requires the use of all the clubs in your bag. The signature hole is #18, a 425-yard, par 4, requiring an approach shot to an elevated green.