“Tullymore is a bedazzling golf course, a unique style of golf design that's imposed upon the landscape without being an imposition,” writes famed golf critic Ron Whitten of Golf Digest. The layout is the genius of Jim Engh, Golf Digest’s 2003 golf architect of the year. Soon after opening in 2002, Tullymore was named the No. 1 New Upscale Public Course in America by Golf Digest. Honors continued, including being named twice in consecutive periods to the Top 15 in Golf Digest’s list of 100 Greatest Public & Resort Courses in America and receiving Golf Digest’s prestigious 5-star rating. With subtle ups and downs, the Tullymore course meanders through 800 acres of woods, meadows and wetlands. There are five par-3 holes and five par-5’s. Greens are uniquely varied in shape and size and are guarded by oak sentinels and bunkers, making each hole a personally unforgettable experience. Multiple sets of tees allow golfers to adapt play to their skill level and conditions are always immaculate on bentgrass tees, greens and fairways.