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About Our Course

Clifton Springs Country Club, opened in 1959 and was designed by golf course architect, Peter Craig. The Parkland style golf course winds its way around over 150 acres of beautiful scenery. Known for the lightning fast and smooth greens, CSCC has played host to many local and regional championships. Playing just over 6700 yards from the tips, the golf course is fair but very challenging even for the most skilled golfers. With five sets of tee boxes, there is sure to be a comfortable yardage to play from for all levels of golfers. The golf course gives you a different version of itself daily, as pin locations can severely modify a specific hole’s difficulty. Director of Golf, Michael Basch has this to say about CSCC, “I love this course and all it's character. The front and back nines are very different from one another, and I particularly like that when I’m through a round a golf, every one of my clubs has been hit. It’s not a simple Driver, wedge golf course.”

View an overhead look of EVERY hole on our course HERE

The course is a par 71 for men and par 72 for women. It includes 5 sets of tees to meet everyone's level of play and competitive spirit.

MEN Blue 71.4 130
White 69.6 129
Silver 67.9 124
Gold 66.4 112
LADIES White 75.4 128
Silver 73.4 127
Gold 70.9 126
Green 69.8 124


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Practice Facilities

One of the Club's greatest assets is its practice facility. This facility complements our championship golf course. An all-grass tee allows members and guests alike to work on their game from morning into the evening. There's a chipping green, putting green and practice sand bunker. Or, take the kids down to the "Little Course" for a quick six-hole round!

The Little Course

One of the great features of the CSCC practice facility is the 'Little Course.' This six-hole junior course has holes ranging in distance from 54 yards to 119 yards, a creek that winds through a number of the holes, and one sand bunker. It is a great area for junior golfers to learn the game, but is also very functional as a short-game practice area.