Opened in the late 1990s, the course at Jägare Ridge Golf Club is set within a 475-acre property in Whitemud Creek Valley, with a third of the holes routed over a high plateau from where there are thrilling elevation changes. The winding waters of the creek also provide a distinct element of drama on several occasions, adding greatly to the overall challenge.
The layout extends to 6,521 yards from the back markers, playing to a par of 71, with holes arranged as two returning nines. Ponds come into play on three of the opening five holes and four holes on the back nine (between the 14th and 17th) are routed through a housing development in the southeast corner of the course.
Highlights include par fours at the 6th and 9th which both cross the creek, as do the opening and closing holes on the back nine. These make good use of a natural water hazard meandering through the property but a man-made aquatic obstacle also features at the par three 15th, with tee shots played to an island green in the middle of a lake.