The Bowling Green Country Club - North course was designed by local golf course legend Lynwood Morrison. Built on what was once farmland, Bowling Green - North features smooth bent grass greens and gently rolling fairways. Measuring just under 6100 yards from the tips, the par 71 track is not incredibly long, but requires well-thought-out shots. The South course at Bowling Green is much younger than its brother to the north and a bit shorter in length. Bowling Green - South measures 5990 from the blues and is a really enjoyable course, especially for seniors and ladies. Low handicap players also enjoy the challenge of some of the areas toughest holes. Uphill all the way, it's a real challenge.
Bowling Green - South and North offer the rare opportunity to play 36 holes in a day.
Last Updated: 7/2/2003 10:09 AM