The Spring Mill Country Club offers you 18 holes of fine fairways and groomed greens.
We take pride in the condition of our golf course because we know the quality of the course reflects the quality of fun you will have on our course.
Hole #1 - Par 4
A dogleg right that challenges your tee shot ability right off the bat. Bunkers left and right require an accurate tee shot. The green is also well-guarded by bunkers.
Hole #2 - Par 4
A long dogleg left with a blind tee shot uphill. Keep your drive close to the trees on the left to end up in the fairway. The green is one of the largest on the course, but bunkers guard the front, left and right side.
Hole #3 - Par 3
The longest of the par 3s to a well-guarded green.
Hole #4 - Par 5
A well-placed drive on this sharp dogleg left will allow a long hitter to go for the green in two. Otherwise a lay-up shot down the right side gives the best approach to this deep but narrow green.
Hole #5 - Par 3
A mid-length par 3 with a large green but watch out for the front bunker.
Hole #6 - Par 4
A short, dogleg right to a well protected and undulating green that requires an accurate tee shot and a solid short iron or wedge.
Hole #7 - Par 4
A straightaway par 4 with water to worry about. A pond and a bunker await errant tee shots. Another pond and bunker guard the green.
Hole #8 - Par 5
This short par 5 plays longer because of an uphill tee shot. The narrow mouth to this green prevents most shots from getting home in 2, but you’ll still try. The read on the green… 8 is straight!
Hole #9 - Par 4
Long hitters have to worry about a bunker right and a pond left on their drive. Short hitters have to worry about getting home in 2 on this 440 yard par 4.
Hole #10 - Par 4
A tree-lined, slight dogleg left with a green guarded by bunkers and a pond.
Hole #11 - Par 5
A straight, uphill par 5 with out of bounds to the right. Players who lay up need to worry about a fairway bunker that sneaks up. The elevated green is well guarded by bunkers.
Hole #12 - Par 3
A downhill par 3 to a shallow but wide green. Misses to the right will likely end up in a pond while misses left end up in a bunker.
Hole #13 - Par 5
This long double dogleg begins with an uphill tee shot. A bunker on the left sneaks up on unsuspecting drives. The second shot requires a lay-up to a fairway that is 5 paces wide at its narrowest. The two-tiered green demands good distance control on the approach shot.
Hole #14 - Par 4
An uphill, short dogleg right that does not demand a long tee shot but does demand a high, soft landing approach shot to a well-bunkered elevated green.
Hole #15 - Par 3
What you see is what you get… miss it short and you are in the pond. Otherwise a large, relatively flat green awaits you.
Hole #16 - Par 4
The first of 3 very difficult finishing holes demands an accurate tee shot. A large pond gathers any tee shot to the right. Bunkers prevent a bail-out left. If you find the fairway, par is in your sights.
Hole #17 - Par 4
This is a long, demanding hole in which a strong drive is needed to get out to the dogleg. Even the longest hitters will have a mid to long iron into this green.
Hole #18 - Par 4
Another long, demanding par 4 to finish your round. The slight downhill is offset
by the prevailing wind in your face. The fairway is guarded by bunkers both left and right. The green is one of the most sloped on the course.