The 9 hole course is made up of holes from the courses formerly known as ‘Spitzee Six’ and ‘Original Heritage’. The par 33 course has four par 3’s, four par 4’s, and one par 5 and plays between 1802 and 2580 yards. The layout is perfect for families, beginners, and golfers who want a quick and affordable nine hole round. The course is on the bank of the Highwood River and is very picturesque and peaceful.
A short par 4 with a right-to-left fairway tilt. Don’t be too aggressive off the tee and you will be fine.
One of the toughest holes on the property. A long and tree lined hole with a small green.
Another beautiful hole on The Highwood River. Keep to the right off the tee and avoid the many bunkers. A par is a great score.
A short dogleft right which still demands a good tee sheet past the 150 yard post. Many have made the mistake of not hitting it far enough to see around the corner.
One of the most challenging par 3’s on property. Avoid the water on the right at all costs. This is a tough green to putt on.
An awkward tee shot to a diagonal running green. Bail out to the right if needed and you can still make a par with a chip and a putt.
This short par 4 tempts you to drive the green. Most golfers are better served to hitting it left off the tee and opening up the approach to this crowned green.
An innocent looking hole unless you go into the front bunker. Don’t lose your concentration.
A tranquil setting to end your round. Avoid the water at all costs. Short or right is better than wet. Finish up and head out for a second loop!