Egwani is a Native American word which translates to Little River. It’s fitting because the river comes into play and can be seen on seven holes.
Before the course was built, the land was used for agriculture. As a result, the rich soil was perfect for growing grass.
In 2016, the course underwent extensive renovations, and the feedback has been nothing short of spectacular.
The layout is traditional and very much American. Mature trees line most fairways and clearly defined hazards are waiting to punish poor shots.
The greens are touted as some of the best in the area too. If you get putts started online, they’ll go in.
It comes as little surprise that Egwani Farms occupies a spot at the top of the list.