Belden Hill golf course first opened in 1978. The course was purchased by new owners in 1995, expanded to eighteen holes in 1998.
Belden Hill golf course's "new nine" is much shorter and tighter than the original nine holes. The greens are medium in dimension and feature a flat, easy-to-read putting surface. The fairways are tree lined. The original nine holes features contoured fairways that are in great shape, and small greens that are well manicured, undulating, fast, and easy to three putt. A pond comes into play, but no sand bunkers.
The most difficult hole at Belden Hill golf course is #6, a 375-yard, par 4, requiring an uphill tee shot to a dogleg right fairway, then a downhill approach to a green protected by woods on the right.
The signature hole is #13, a 115-yard, par 3, that has an elevated tee box that sits nearly fifty feet above a green and is nestled in a shell pit. Rock surrounds the green and there is no grass between the tee and the green.
Belden Hill golf Course plays to a par-72 and a maximum distance of 6,008 yards for a course rating of 68.0 and a slope rating of 113.
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