Digest tagged the course as No. 97 on its list of "America's
100 Greatest Golf Courses" in 1997, which rewards it as No.
14 among the country's best public courses, and No. 6 among the
state's best. Golf Magazine ranked it No. 2 among Silver Medal
Resorts in 1996 and No. 15 on the "Top 100 Golf Courses You
Can Play in the U.S." in 1996.
least a dozen former or current PGA Tour players have lived along
its flowing, bermuda-grass fairways, honing their games or enjoying
friendly rounds with its members.
facility actually has three nines -- the Challenger, the Champion,
and the Charger -- but the tournament is held on the Challenger/Champion
mix, which plays a long 7,204 yards from the tips (75.1 rating/139
slope). The Charger nine is the shortest of the three at 3,409