The Course that Jack Nicklaus Helped Design
Imagine playing on a championship-level course that Jack Nicklaus helped design. Built in 1987, Blue Heron Hills was designed by Peter Craig and Dick Bator, with advice from developer Nelson Leenhouts and a team of landscape architects, environmentalists, and golf professionals, including Jack Nicklaus. That’s why the course will challenge you to select the right club – balancing risk and reward on every shot. Each hole is unique, with no parallel fairways. The distinctive features of the course include large tees and greens, bentgrass fairways, and an abundant natural water supply that keeps the course in prime condition throughout the season.
As a championship-level course, Blue Heron Hills is a regular venue for exhibitions, charity tournaments, and top amateur competitions.
Gracing the spectacular grounds of Blue Heron Hills, is a beautiful two-story clubhouse designed by architect Robert Macon. The ceiling-to-floor windows give you a wonderful view of the course. The clubhouse features a banquet facility on its upper level, and a pub-style restaurant, pro shop and oak-appointed locker rooms on its lower level.
The Gananda Pub at Blue Heron Hills
Our newly renovated Gananda Pub is the perfect place for you to relax after a round of golf. Kick back and enjoy your favorite drink on the patio overlooking the grounds and lakes at Blue Heron. Or take the party inside and sit at our new bar, complete with a pair of new 50-inch TVs. Hungry? We got you covered there, too. Our new lunch and dinner menus have plenty of delicious choices. From classic pub food to innovative entrees, you’ll get a great meal to cap your time as our guests.