If there ever was a golf course with a split personality, it’s The Quarry. Designer Keith Foster created a unique layout where the front nine is reminiscent of British Open links-style courses: no trees, deep heather rough and an ever-present breeze to bedevil you. But it’s the back nine that amazes most golfers. All nine holes are set in an 86-acre limestone quarry, winding around its 100-foot-tall perimeter and challenging the golfer to carry shots over the imposing chasms. Known for its tough par 4’s, strong drives and accurate iron shots are a must.
Par 71, Yards 6,740, Rating 72.4, Slope 128