The 1st hole begins adjacent to the campus observatory, which is the highest point on campus. Views of the surrounding mountains can be seen from the 1st, 2nd, 7th and 8th holes. The 2nd and 3rd holes run in the northerly direction, moving users to a beautiful on-site pond that is adjacent to the 4th tee. The 4th hole is the tightest, and longest on the course, where players are moved near large blackberry brambles that were in the exact location of environmental test plots back in the late 19th century. The 5th and 6th tees are framed by equestrian relics, while the 7th hole provides views of Mount Toby as players emerge from the tightly wooded fairway. The 8th and 9th holes connect back to Orchard Hill Residential Area, bringing visible promotion to the sport and Innova baskets by this densely populated portion of campus.
DISCatcher Pro (original) Targets
Mixed use, College/university
No drinking water available
No restroom available
No Upcoming Events!
Well kept, fun, some nasty tunnel fairways.
Course needs some TLC Fun light challenge.
Nice course but very overgrown off the beaten path
I definitely rate this course a solid 3.5. I love it dearly as I've been playing it for years and it's close to where I live and makes for a great relatively quick 9-hole without being too easy or too short. It's playing quite nicely right now as there are no leaves on the trees and no poison ivy and no new thorns here in February. I just can't give it a four without it having better uniform tea pads. There are clear tee spots but they are mulched zones
Sam's Outdoor Outfitters4.3 mi
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