In 1966, a small group of investors pooled their money to purchase 120 acres owned by the former owner and publisher of the Literary Digest. They also retained Edgar Senne, Stephen Kay and Doug Smith to design their 18-hole private golf course. In 1999, the ownership was restructured into the control of the members. Today’s championship course is 6,643 yards from its longest tee and offers a par value of 72. It is a well-maintained but difficult course containing natural hazards, fast and small greens and narrow fairways. Members may also enjoy the driving range, golf pro lessons, 4 Har-Tru tennis courts, full bar, snack bar and restaurant. The course is open from March through December.