Mill Creek Golf Course features two 18-hole championship courses designed by Donald Ross that opened to the public in 1928. The North Course weaves through tall trees and includes a variety of natural hazards. Nestled in the beauty and splendor of a park setting, Mill Creek Golf Course continues to challenge the skills of golfers at all levels. NORTH COURSE SIGNATURE HOLE #8 The 144-yard 8th hole is a traditional Donald Ross designed Par-3 guarded by three greenside bunkers to avoid from the tee. It’s an elevated green with plenty of slope from back to front and staying beneath the flag is a plus. Not an overly hard hole to play, but if you miss the green it’s a tough challenge to make a par or scramble for a bogey. It’s a great place to springboard a birdie heading into the tough Par-4 finishing 9th hole.
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• PGA professional staff and instruction
• PGA recognized golf shop
• State-of-the-art practice facility
• Hole #55 Bar & Grille
• American Junior Golf Association host site (South Course)