Number six is a 441 yard par four.

Everything leaks right on this hole. There is a creek hiding in the tree line on the right.

The right half of the green slope severely to the creek.

Number 10 is a 347 yard par four.

A lay up to about the 125 yard mark will give you a decent amount of fairway to hit, but it gets narrow beyond that.

14 is a nice par three with a big green.

194 yards.

The tee shot at the 571 yard, par five, 15th hole.

The right side of the fairway will give you better lie to hit your fairway metal from.

Long way up that hill!

It's a three shot par five for just about everyone.

17 is a 379 yard par four with a tough back to front sloping green.

The fairway slopes right on the right side so you faders need to be careful here.

The creek crossing the fairway is about 90 yards from the green. Long hitters can reach it!

18 is a 457 yard, dogleg right par five that is easily reachable.

The extra large green features three tiers, so getting on the correct tier is important if you are thinking eagle.

The clubhouse is on the historical registry and is one of the largest barns in the state.

Unfortunatly, the city does not see the value in renovating the massive upstairs which could make a great restaurant and banquet facility. The cost of making the upstairs safe and to code would be hefty due to years of water leaking on to flooring. Wouldn't a bar & grill with a large deck looking over 18 green and 10 tee be a sweet 19th hole?