Overview: For all the hustle and bustle surrounding the club, which sits on less than 100 acres of land, it still manages a rather secluded feel once you enter the gates off Hilltop Avenue. The overgrown trees and shrubs bordering the property shield the roads well. Those fences do mean that there is a fair amount of out-of-bounds in play, adding a fair amount of difficulty to what are otherwise some fairly straight-forward holes in the middle of the round. As for the course itself, the greens are tiny and fast. Chipping from behind or next to the putting surfaces can be treacherous. Because of the tight space, the holes tend to weave back and forth upon each other. From a walking perspective, though, it makes for a very manageable round and helps play into the club’s typically fast pace of play. It’s a fair test of golf, with a wide variety of holes — a testament to what has made the club a mainstay in the area for nearly 100 years now.