The New Course at White Bluff was designed by Bruce Lietkze and opened in 1998. This 18 is almost 200 yards longer than the Old Course and with a slope of 144 and rating of 75.5 it is the more demanding of the two White Bluff golf courses. This 18 is more traditional and characterized by tighter flatter fairways, tough and demanding approach shots from 150 yards and in, water on 16 holes, 30 huge bunkers, and smooth new in 2012 mini-verde greens.
The Old Course - Opening Late September
White Bluff's Old Course was designed by Bruce Lietkze and opened in 1992 and it is generally regarded as the easier of the two courses but also has the most scenic and hardest nine. At 6,866 yards with a slope of 74.6 and rating of 138 from the tips, the Old Course is no walk in the park and it demands some strategic shot accuracy off the tee box as well as on the approach shots plus you'll encounter some dramatic elevation changes, water, strategically placed bunkers, and lots of deer.