This hilly course may not play exceptionally long, but accurate shotmaking is still at a premium. The terrain is beautiful, featuring many trees lining the fairways. The signature hole is #9, a 365-yard, par 4, requiring an approach shot to a severely-sloped green which is difficult to read. William F. and William P. Bell designed the back nine in the 1940s, and Robert Muir Graves redesigned six holes in 1974. Caddies are mandatory if you choose to walk the course. though this is a private course, the green fees seem to be decently priced.