Chapel Hills is a public golf course built in 1955 and designed by Bill Franklin. It offers a variety of challenges for golfers of all skill and experience levels. The front nine is narrow with a series of doglegs, requiring precision from the tee. The back nine is much longer, and it boasts three of the course’s par 5s.
Play from the back tees spans 6,038 yards for a course rating of 69.9 and a slope of 119. The front tees are a manageable 4,507 yards, making this the perfect course for both experienced golfers and beginners alike.
Blue: yards 6038 , rating 69.9, slope 119
White: yards 5694, rating 68.4, slope 114
Gold: yards 5347, rating 66.6, slope 110
Red: yards 4507, rating 67.4, slope 107