Glenross Golf Club offers an eclectic blend of both old and new. The 6,600-yard, par-70 layout features rolling fairways, undulating greens, 50 sand bunkers, seven ponds and a natural creek. Tee to green, Glenross has the distinct feel of a private club golfers enjoy playing again and again.
To strengthen the layout of Glenross Golf Club, there are large majestic oak trees bordering many of the holes. Acres of wetlands, natural grass areas and hundreds of trees have been added to further challenge golfers and enhance their overall playing experience.
The par-3, hole 14 serves as Glenross’ signature hole. It is all carry over water to a small, undulating green. The par-5, hole 4 is the most difficult hole. It features trees down the left side, large sand bunkers on the right side and a creek that crosses the fairway. Approach shots are played up-hill to a tricky, two-tiered green. Perhaps the most interesting hole at Glenross is the par-4, hole 9. This beautiful downhill hole features a fairway wrapped around a large pond with the clubhouse serving as a backdrop.
In addition to the renovated golf facilities, Glenross offers an extensive pro shop, two putting greens, an on-site bar and restaurant called the “Glenross Pub” and a banquet hall that is ideal for corporate outings, wedding receptions or any special gatherings.
Year Built: 1968
Architect: Jack Kidwell
Course Length: 6,551 yards