Lawrence Hughes might be one of the most understated architects of the Golden Era. We’re talking about the 1930’s, give or take a decade or two. He’s the guy who designed Tomahawk Lake Country Club.
We’ve got another niner on our hands here. That’s a theme in smalltown South Dakota.
This track is ripe with character though. Elevation changes are found throughout. And this course has some teeth too. One par three measures almost 230 yards and the par four ninth stretches to 440 yards.
While the golf course is great, the ten-acre practice area is the best you’ll find in a 100-mile radius.
Don’t miss this place if you’re close.