Designed by Brian Silva, the 18-hole championship layout at Waverly Oaks Golf Club first opened its doors to the golfing public in 1998. Back-to-back par fives at the 4th and 5th are real feature holes on this engaging track.
It’s located just a short 15-minute drive southeast of Plymouth, among a little collection of golf clubs that straddle either side of the Pilgrims Highway. Crosswinds Golf Club is situated right next door while world-ranked Old Sandwich and the 36-hole Pinehills facility lie on the other side of the freeway.
The 369-yard 9th (“Double Trouble”) is another notable hole at Waverly Oaks, with water in play off the tee and the approach shot. On the back nine, the two par three holes are rather contrasting: The 184-yard 14th (“Raynor”) is a pretty straightforward one-shotter but the 251-yard 17th (“Black Hole”) is a monster, where mishit shots to the right of the target will result in players posting a big number at this hole.