The Grand National is built on Lake Saugahatchee, 32 of the 54 holes drape along its filgreed shores. The cornerstone of the complex is the LINKS COURSE, which is without a single weakness. The par-4 18th might be the strongest finishing hole on the Trail. The drive must carry a corner of the lake, while the approach is played to a shallow pedestal green shored up by boulders.
With 12 holes hugging the shore, the LAKE COURSE is every bit as scenic as the Links. Not only is the quartet of par-3's as good as any in the nation, the 230-yeard, island green 15th may be the single prettiest hole on the Trail.
The SHORT COURSE is a thing of beauty, with more than half the holes touching the lake. This 18-hole course of one-shotters might be the finest anywhere on the planet, according to some golf writers.
- Architect: Robert Trent Jones, Sr.
- Number of holes: 36
- Type of course: Traditional
- Normal: LA: 72/ LI: 72
- Slope: n/a
- Driving range on site: Yes
- Putting green on site: Yes
- Pull cart available: No
- Club rental available: Yes
- Twilight rate available: No
- Overseeding period: Aerification June 11-29/07
- Cart: Included and optional
- Caddy: Not Included and optional
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