The front nine, North course, makes its way from the clubhouse down to the bottom of the Pryor Creek valley. Tree lined fairways combined with the creek make this not only a scenic experience, but can also give you a sense of tranquility.
The famous “Rockchuck Hole” is the double dogleg, par 5, 6th hole that rests against the bluffs. This hole slopes gradually to the right the entire length of the hole, requiring two perfectly struck shots to reach it in two. This hole is the signature hole at Pryor Creek. Once you make the climb back to the clubhouse, the back nine West course begins with a slight uphill par 4. From there, the elevation changes are just getting started. Club selection will be affected by several uphill and downhill holes. Take in the view as you walk off the green of the uphill 16th hole and go to the 17th tee, as this is one of the highest points on the course.