The history behind this golf course is much less prestigious but certainly entertaining. It seems that the owner, Ed Bucholtz, was a cement contractor who simply wanted to find a good use for his land when the sand supplies ran out. In 1970, he took his paper and pencil and went to work on what today has become a charming little 9-hole public golf course. All holes are par-3 designs for a total of a par 27 value. The distance is 935 yards in the front and 1,070 yards in the back. There are water hazards in the form of three ponds. This is a child and family-friendly course at reasonable prices. Youths from ages 6-14 may learn the wonderful game of golf here when accompanied by an adult. Many seniors have also laid claim to this easy-to-walk course. Equipment rentals, golf pro lessons and a Pro shop are available on-site. The course is open year-round, weather permitting.