Sunset Landing Golf Course blankets the countryside with a 6,803-yard, par 72 course that incorporates the landscape's natural challenges into its design. Throughout the round, bentgrass greens await at the end of each hole, where golfers arrive after successfully steering their shots through Bermuda-grass fairways and avoid waking predatory sprinklers. With a course rating of 71.9 from the tips and 66.9 from the closest tees, the course caters to players across the handicap spectrum. Golfers can warm up for their round by hitting practice shots and dead lifting golf carts at Sunset Landing’s driving range.
Six water hazards supply the bulk of difficulty at Cedar Ridge Golf Course, where golfers hunt pars across a relatively flat, 18-hole layout. Golfers must evade the course’s waterways on 11 holes, giving advantage to those who trust their swings or designed tiny life vests for their golf balls. Dense trees lines loom on the edge of fairways on the back nine, and undulating greens challenge putters throughout the course. Cedar Ridge keeps its par-hunters energized for the round with an onsite snack bar.