Country Club Of Whispering Pines

Architect: Ellis Maples (1959)

The East course and its length combined with the subtle terrain changes will make you hit every club in your bag, and if you wish to try it from the back tees, its impressive length has not been affected even by the new equipment changes.

On the other hand, the West Course will remind you of a "northeastern country club" with the elevation changes, towering oak tress that line the fairways and overhanging greens. Tranquil lakes and streams meander through frame most of the back nine. The West is not as demanding as the East, but requires some "shotmaking" in order for a golfer to brag upon completion. Smaller greens and less playable rough make tee shots a premium. The legendary Ellis Maples, a Donald Ross prodigy, designed both courses with the ability and talent to create multiple themes on one property.

  • East Course
  • Back 7110 73.7/130
  • Middle 6406 70.7/124
  • Front 5542 72.0/123
  • West Course
  • Back 6590 70.4/128
  • Middle 6007 68.7/125
  • Front 5135 70.0/121