Nestled among a plethora of white oaks and various other tree species is the centerpiece of Morris Park Country Club. 18-holes of championship golf situated over 123 acres of gently rolling terrain await those who venture to the first tee. Created by architect Bob Dustin in 1923 with renovations in the early 1990s by architect Bob Lohmann, the course features a classic style layout with tree-lined fairways, fifty sand bunkers, and three ponds.
The course is a golfing haven for all skill levels. Whether youíre a seasoned and polished veteran of the game, or one who just enjoys smacking the ball around for fun and recreation, you will find it to your liking. From the first drive to the last putt, the course is designed for the playerís maximum enjoyment. Many members prefer to enjoy the course on foot, as it is very walkable, and four hour rounds or less are the norm for 18-holes.
Donít let the scorecardís yardage fool you into thinking you can overpower the course. With only two par 5ís and a dose of testy par 4ís, the 6,549 yard par 70 layout will give you all the challenge you wish. Immaculate, detailed, and beautifully maintained conditions are the standard. The slick, lush greens average 4700 square feet in size and vary in contour.
For those who enjoy working on honing their games, Morris Park offers a full scale practice area with several target greens and a teeing ground of just under an acre that includes both grass and mats to hit from. A short game practice area located left of hole #1 and a practice putting green by the clubhouse round out the practice amenities.