From Our Editors
Grey Rock Golf Club is as beautiful as it is challenging. The 18-hole course, designed by master course designer Jay Morrish, cuts across 160 acres of rolling landscape dotted with hundreds of towering oak trees. Although the fairways are wide, the trees pose a pretty sizable threat throughout the 6,909-yard course, especially on the first hole. Grey Rock Golf Club's teaching professional suggests steering right to avoid getting lost in the forest or plunging into the water hazard. The back nine holes are riddled with doglegs, but the most challenging hole is No. 7, a par-5 plagued by those notorious oaks, an onslaught of bunkers, and a water hazard behind the green.