The Frosty Valley Country Club golf course first opened for play in 1961. The course was designed by William Gordon and David Gordon. The course was redesigned in 1986 by Ferdinand Garbin.
This relatively level course offers beautiful country club style, well-bunkered greens. There is an abundance of wildlife living on the premises, and the course is quite scenic. The back tees can be demanding due to the many water hazards. The fairways are average width and tree lined. The signature hole is #8, a 160-yard, par 3, featuring a peninsula green surrounded by water. In all, water hazards (ponds) come into play on six holes.
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