Antler Springs of Chattaroy Golf Course
|White (W)||72||4688 yards||68.2||118|
|Red (W)||72||3807 yards||63.6||105|
|White M: 66.1/111||254||463||244||420||302||268||204||175||260||2590||241||502||402||284||192||408||278||257||124||2688||5278|
|Red W: 66.9/109||241||381||202||362||278||209||123||165||240||2201||230||394||342||242||138||378||240||252||120||2336||4537|
This is a family built, owned and operated golf course. I may be a bit biased as this course was built out near where I grew up and to have a golf course in Chattaroy is amazing. There are lots of elevation changes throughout this heavily treed course. Most of the greens are small with some unique design features. (In the early years two greens had trees on the putting surface) For the most part the bunkers are white sand but could be better maintained.(I'm looking at you hole #10) There are not a lot of water hazards but enough. Antler Springs has continued to make improvements each year. Usually not crowded except on 2 for 1 days. Before you dismiss this as a "rinky dink" course go shoot a round and see how you score. This is not your typical Driver short iron par 4 course. Come with an open mind and be willing to be creative.