Devereux Emmet designed this 18-hole private golf course in the traditional links style in 1917. While the course appears neither long nor severe, it definitely offers enough challenge and plays longer than expected. The layout is 6,232 yards from the longest tees and has a par 71 value. Golfers may choose from the red or the blue tees. Recently, the evergreens have been thinned to allow more definition. Playing corridors have also been widened, but the fairways still remain rather narrow. The greens are small and quick. This is a hilly course with water hazards to avoid and the variable wind is another important factor. While the course definitely offers a fun game experience, it also demands careful placement of the ball. Walking is permitted. The personality and character built into the course by Emmet is being preserved through a long-term restoration plan by architect Gil Hanse. This course was recognized by Golfweek as “2010’s Best Course.” The usual golf amenities are available including caddy services, equipment rental, a Pro shop, a full bar and a top-quality restaurant. The club is open from March through December.