Now this is a great course – every hole is different, challenging, and fun to play. Most of the holes are very scenic and the course is in excellent condition.
The Links at Waterchase was designed by Steven Plumer and opened in 2000 to rave reviews and even received a nomination to Golf Digest's Best New Courses. You'll find five par threes and five par fives, tree-lined doglegs, water holes, split fairways, gigantic strategically placed bunkers, tight approaches, and other hazards – bring your A game if you want to score well.
This is one course where club selection and course management are critical – you'll be presented with a number of risk and reward opportunities. You should consider leaving the driver in the bag on a number of holes. To make it a little more challenging the first time you play the course is that there are no pictures of the hole on the hole markers or the score card. The greens and fairways were in excellent condition.
Don't let all of the above mentioned challenges scare you away, there are six tee boxes ranging from 4941 to 7304 yards to choose from to make the course more challenging or somewhat easier, depending on your selection of tee box. The greens are large and undulating and have been in very good condition every time we have played the course. The staff is very friendly and helpful and committed to making sure you have a fun round. Coupons are available on GolfQ.com and on the Links at Waterchase website, making The Links at Waterchase an excellent value. The clubhouse is a temporary trailer with limited food, no bar, and no pro shop.