A masterpiece of environmental restoration and constructive reengineering, the site was transformed from a land hostile to nature and the sustainment of life to a terrain brimming with a plethora of flora and fauna.
Construction commenced in 1993 and the course was left to mature for a year with maintenance of the highest standards. It was officially opened for play in 1994.
Affectionately partitioned between the first Crane Nine and second Eagle Nine, the parkland-styled course plays 6,966 yards from the championship tees but is golfer-friendly nonetheless with wide tree-lined fairways and well-contoured greens.
Length: 6,966 Yards
Green: Tifdwarf Bermuda
Fairways: Greenless Park
Signature Hole: Hole 11
Average Speed: 9 FT
Note: After completion in 1993, greens were left to mature for a year with maintenance of the highest standards.