Originally, this 1930s course consisted of only nine holes, three of which were redesigned by Francis Duane in 1974. In 1999, Gilbert Hanse added the remaining nine for a course that is 6,018 yards long from its farthest tees and has a par of 70, a rating of 69.8 and a slope of 129. The layout has a traditional, wide open feeling, although the fairways are only average in width. The elevated greens and tees are exceptionally fast. Water hazards are present to add interest. Quirky old construction techniques have been preserved to give this course its own unique character. Walking the course is allowed. Other amenities include the Pro shop, club and cart rentals, an on-site golf pro who offers both individual and group lessons, a full bar and a restaurant. Dress code is minimal.