This course is well known for its large greens. "Golf Digest" rated
this course as the 8th "Best Public Course" in the state for 1996.
Only a few golfers are willing to walk this long course because the
terrain is so rigorous.
Sand bunkers have been incorporated
throughout the entire design, and water hazards come into play on
ten holes. The signature hole is #16, a 220-yard, par 3, requiring a
tee shot from off a hillside tee box and down to a green fronted by
a pond. The course takes a unique approach in positioning its
ladies' tee box. It is set up short so the second shot will be in
the area of the men's second shot.
Dress Code: Shirts with collars and sleeves are required.
Slacks, golf shorts or walking shorts are considered appropriate
Additional Facilities: Driving Range and Putting Green
Playing Season: Open all year
Western Hills Course Map Below