Our signature course was built in 1949 by Alfred Tull and past home to the McDonald’s LPGA Championship for over 18 years. Since our re-opening in 2005 (after restoration by Lester George to its utmost potential), the DuPont course has hosted the Delaware State Championship, U.S. Open and U.S. Amateur qualifying and many prestigious regional and local tournaments. The par 71 DuPont Course features five sets of tees to choose from with yardages measuring from 5244 yards to 7120 yards. Well designed fairways and greens enhance the subtle shot making and short game required to score well and strategically placed bunkers add to the challenge. If you choose to play from the back tees, the par threes mount a significant challenge ranging in length from 180 yards to 241 yards. Our signature hole is number 15, which measures 460 yards and is well protected by deep bunkers and a creek that runs the entire length of the hole. To finish off your round you are given the “risk and reward” option of two fairway choices on our par 4 hole number 18, which measures 445 yards.