Carved into a forest of 60-foot-high pine trees, the Eagle Harbor Golf Club is highlighted by the beauty and challenge of numerous bodies of water. Director of Golf Steve Hanlon described the course saying, “Golfers of all skill levels will enjoy playing Eagle Harbor Golf Club. The course will teach them to use a variety of clubs and strategies; it will mean using more than just a 3-wood and a pitching wedge.”
The Eagle Harbor golf course holds true to Clyde Johnston’s proven award-winning style as a golf course architect. A state-of-the-art practice facility includes a range and a unique island putting green. Eagle Harbor was once again given a four-star rating by Golf Digest in its 2000-2001 “Places to Play” edition.
This is one of the most stunning natural golf courses in our area. Tee off with bald eagles hunting while you golf.