WILMINGTON, Del. -- White Clay Creek Country Club at Delaware Park was a collaboration between Arthur Hills and Steve Forrest. They designed a challenging championship layout that stretches to just over 7,000 yards.
Water plays a prominent role at White Clay Creek, it comes into play on every hole. There are also strategically placed bunkers that add even more challenges. The course will test your target-golf skills with narrow shots and forced carries. Even low handicappers will find themselves facing a formidable round.
In addition to just being challenging, the golf course is known for its excellent conditions, offering fast greens and immaculate fairways. The course starts off and ends with seemingly mild par 4s, but both require a well placed drive to the left side, avoiding the bunkers along the way, in order to clear up the second shot to the green.
White Clay Creek G.C. also offers several practice opportunities including an indoor learning area and outdoor putting green and driving range.