The Bon Vivant Country Club, North Course first opened in 1997. The course was designed by David Esler.
The North Course is more of links-style design with grass mounds placed along the fairways. The layout doesn't include the Scottish-style rough outlining the holes, but there are twenty-eight different types of grasses and wildflowers planted throughout the design. The signature hole on the The North Course layout is #16, a 168-yard, par 3, which requires a carry of all but twelve yards over water.
The North Course at the Bon Vivant Country Club measures 6,653 yards from the back tees and plays to a par-72. The course rating is 71.2 with a slope rating of 118
The Bon Vivant Country Club, North Course closed in 2008
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