"Ponds and Woods" Golf Course
18-Holes Par 72
The "Ponds and Woods" course is the ultimate shot-maker's course.
With water on eight of the first nine holes, the priority is put on placement, not just distance. Add in the rolling terrain and every shot must be played with precision. The back nine gets no easier. With nine narrow fairways carved through the trees, it is accuracy that is the premise. On the signature hole, number 18, every shot must be placed with the utmost care, as this long dogleg is sure to be the definition of risk and reward. With tees located in numerous positions, this course was designed to make use of every club in the bag.
"Valley 18" Golf Course
18-Holes Par 72
Surrounded by the rolling hills of Richfield, the Valley 18 is picturesque and challenging.
After an uphill par 4 opening hole, the elevated tee box on #2 is the gateway to the valley, where the natural rolling terrain takes you meandering through the property.
The highlights of the Valley are the elevation changes, with the signature being the 17th hole. The short par 3 playing at 110 yards is highlighted by the green being 44 feet above the tee box. The bunkers come into play on most holes, making it a good test of golf and a very enjoyable course for everyone.
"Rolling Nine" Golf Course
9-Holes, Par 36
The Rolling Nine is a course in which the scenery might become a distraction.
With breathtaking views from atop one of the many hills, you can see miles of the Washington County countryside. A challenge for most, the rolling elevation changes leave a lot of uphill or downhill shots, as well as many blind shots. Accuracy is a key here, as a well-struck tee shot in the generous fairway will leave chances to hit the ample greens. The Rolling Nine is a good complement to the Ponds/Woods and Valley Courses.