Castle-like clubhouse sets the tone for a dramatic course characterized by rolling terrain, arched stone bridges, and water features
What You'll Get
- During outdoor golf rounds players may not only work on their technique, but also relax and unwind in natural surroundings.
- Not valid until 04/03/2020
The Fine Print
About Castle Creek Golf Club
During his time as a combatant in World War II, Joe Hawald became infatuated with the medieval castles he encountered throughout Europe. More than three decades later, in 1979, his wartime curiosity became a peacetime muse, leading him to construct a castle-inspired clubhouse in front of Lum International Golf Course. Though the course has changed ownership—and adopted a name that pays direct homage to its novel clubhouse—the stone castle out front has been steadfast.
The medieval motifs extend to the golf course itself, where carts cross rivers over arched, stone bridges that would not be out of place in a biopic about Richard the Lion Heart's amateur golf career. The course winds through scenic terrain that often attracts wildlife such as whitetails and waterfowl.
Course at a Glance
- 18-hole, par 72 course
- Length of 6,394 yards from the tips
- Four tee options