Golf course architect Ted Locke has taken advantage of modern water management techniques to enhance playability in wet conditions. The result is great playing conditions at any time of the year. The course naturally divides into a more mature south side and a wilder north side. The south side consists of 10 brand new holes, with all holes completely renovated from the original course. Most of the large and beautiful trees of the original course, including striking pines, willows, firs and cedars have either been retained in place or have been transplanted to new locations. Many of these trees stand out when playing alongside the bluff at the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th holes. There are eight holes on the north side, where a serpentine watercourse provides a wildlife habitat giving character to the 14th, 15th, 17th and 18th holes. Building on the beauty and playability of the natural landscape, the design of the north side maximizes wildlife habitat while providing many varied golfing challenges. While playing the north side, don’t forget to look up – there are great views to the North Shore mountains at every turn.