Sunset Ridge Regulation Golf Course opened for play in 1924. The course was designed by William H. Diddel. The course was redesigned in 2005 by Richard Jacobson.
In 1953, Dutch elm disease hit the golf course and they lost 150 Elm trees, threatening the beauty and integrity of the golf course. Dominic Grotti, the long standing Golf Course Superintendent, started a tree-planting program and almost 700 trees were planted. This is a mature course with well-manicured greens and many trees lining the fairways. The terrain varies in undulation, and the fairways are narrow. Several lakes and ponds come into play.
The club has a tradition of active family membership.
Blue tees: par-71, 6,799 yards, 73.1 / 129
White tees: par-71, 6,560 yards, 71.8 / 126
Red tees: par-76, 6,073 yards, 74.7 / 129
Guest (cart included), played on Sunday, March 2012 at 6am
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