Rocky Knoll Country Club opened for play as a 9-hole course in 2000. The course was designed by Robert Phillips. The back nine was added in 2009 and was designed by David Cummings.
The two nines are very different. The orginal (front) 9 was layed across field land with only a few trees to break-up the line of site. The front nine is more forgiving of the two nines withh parallel fairways from which to recover from a mis-hit.
The back nine was carved from the woods that lay just beyond the former driving range that is now hole #10.
The front nine plays to 3,111 yards from the Blue tees, 3,002 yards from the White tees, 2.678 yards from the Yellow tees and 2,594 yards from the Red tees. The back nine measures 2.951 yards from the Blue tees, 2.833 yards from the White tees, 2,644 yards from the Yellows and 2,371 yards from the Reds.
Blue tees: par-72, 6,062 yards.
White tees: par-72, 5,835 yards.
Yellow tees: par-72, 5,322 yards.
Red tees: par-72, 4,965 yards.
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