Glenross offers an eclectic blend of both old and new. The 6,600-yard, par-70 layout features rolling fairways, undulating greens, 50 sand bunkers, seven ponds and a natural creek. Tee to green, Glenross has the distinct feel of a private club golfers enjoy playing again and again.
In addition to the renovated golf facilities, Glenross offers an extensive pro shop, two putting greens, an on-site bar and restaurant, the "Glenross Pub," and the Banquet Hall is ideal for corporate outings,wedding receptions, or any special gatherings.
The par-3, hole 14 serves as the signature hole at Glenross. It is all carry over water to a small, undulating green.
The par-5, hole 4 is the most difficult hole. It features trees down the left side, large sand bunkers on the right side and a creek that crosses the fairway. Approach shots are played up-hill to a tricky, two-tiered green.
Perhaps the most interesting hole at Glenross is the par-4, hole 9. This beautiful downhill hole features a fairway wrapped around a large pond with the clubhouse serving as a backdrop.