This older and more traditional 9-hole public golf course opened at the turn of the 20th century. It offers a 2,512-yard men’s course and a 2,103-yard women’s course. The pars are 33 and 34, respectively. The layout is very hilly and creates uneven, tricky lies. There are no water hazards to avoid, but several strategically placed sand bunkers add interest to the game. The generous fairways are wide open and the small greens vary in undulation. Walking is allowed. Players can also use the 7-stall driving range, putting green and equipment rental. The charming 2-story wooden Colonial clubhouse contains a full bar and restaurant. The course is open from April to the end of October. An open guest policy is in effect.