A nine-hole course when it debuted in 1965, Rolling Hills Golf Course is now an 18-hole course and local favorite despite it not being very long. The 5,765-yard par-71 course got an additional nine holes in 1992 when highly respected Midwest architect Gary Kern incorporated the original holes and added nine more after the owner of the course purchased an additional 42 acres to go with the 80 acres of the original facility. The result is a course, that despite playing just under 6,000 yards from the tips, offers challenge and interest throughout the layout. The parkland course has plenty of mature trees and a couple of lakes and a pond that the holes work around. Rolling Hills Golf Course also offers a driving range, short-game area and putting green. The main course is also complemented by a nine-hole executive course as well as foot golf. The clubhouse features a golf shop and bar and grill.