Architect: Arthur Hills Established: 1988
Private / 6,603 Yards / Par 72
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Arthur Hills, after his triumph at Palmetto, was asked to design a different type of course at Oakridge, and the results are wonderful. Opened in 1988, it is a course of moderate length, but Hills use of water, bunkers, marsh, and his famous trademark split level fairways makes this course one of the sportiest on the island. The 15th hole, known to all as "the Cemetery" because of the small family plot to the left of the fairway (where Elcy Waters resides in perpetuity), is to many the trademark hole of The Landings.