The Hemlock Course is probably the most popular of the two courses. It is tree lined and gently rolling. Although it doesn't look too tough on the scorecard, it is important to keep the ball in the fairway. The greens are large and the breaks are subtle, so you must be careful with your putting. If you hit it long and keep it in play, you should be able to score on this track. Hemlock is a favorite of the seniors and women because most of the greens are reachable in regulation. It's signature hole is #18, a par 3 that requires you to carry the river and a pond. If you really want to challenge yourself, play #18 from the back tee. It's a great par 3. The Hemlock Course is fun to play, if you hit it in the fairways, knock it on the greens, and two-putt regularly, you'll enjoy it.