A very family-friend club dedicated to developing junior golfers, Carlyle Lake Golf Club is also one of the longest nine-hole layouts in the region. Opened in 1962 and designed by John Kueper and Lynx Nursery, the course is a par 36 that plays 3,324 from the longest tees. There are, however, seven sets of tees, presenting an endless variety of ways to play the course. This typically well-conditioned course is also home to the GOAT Ranch Academy as well as a popular PGA Junior League program. As for the course, it features Bermuda fairways and claims to have the best bunkers in Clinton County. The course also has a bit of an unusual configuration with seven par 4s, one par-3 hole and one par 5. In 2020, the facility built a new practice green, and it added FlightScope technology to its driving range to go along with its indoor practice facility.