This 18-hole professional golf course was designed by Seth Raynor in 1922. It measures 6,293 yards from its longest tees and has a par value of 72, a rating of 70.6 and a slope of 122 on rye grass. Since the mostly flat fairways are elevated, players enjoy cautiously navigating the tricky punch-bowl greens. There are also some doglegs and blind shots to challenge even experienced golfers. The greens are surrounded by strategically placed bunkers, but there are no water hazards to further complicate the course. Walking is allowed after 3 p.m. An on-site teaching professional is available for private of group lessons. A driving range with 10 tees, a putting green and a chipping area are all great for the player who wants some additional practice. Both golf carts and caddies are available and there are food and beverage facilities on the property.