Mostly Flat & Moderately WoodedCourse Landscape / Terrain:
18 ( x 1 ) / 18Holes / Baskets:
3999 ft. – 5299 ft.Course Length: Metric
43.2 47.7 47.2 48.6
DGCR SSE: [ ? ]
Yes / NoMultiple Tees / Pins:
Mach New 2Hole Type:
Description: One set of red tees(novice), and two sets of white tees(advanced) with a good mix of woods and open holes making great use of the land's natural features. The course plays through the greater part of White Bank's 22 acres and has some great views of the Swift Creek. The rest of the park has a boat dock, pavilions, Volleyball court, common use fields, and playgrounds making it very family friendly.
Pharaoh's Tomb started in 2007 as an object course and gets its name from all the cats that can be found running around the first few holes. The first official layout was finished in the spring of 08 and a course kiosk was put in in the fall of 08. Thanks to the growing support for the course, parks and rec funded the first 9 baskets in the spring of 09. The install of the first 9 basket brought about the redesign of a few holes, and the creation of a few others. One such hole has become the course's signature hole "The Gorge". White Bank hosted it's first tournament that spring know as "Object of my Affection". Continued Growth and support brought 9 more baskets in the spring of 2010, and the second annual OMA tournament which celebrated the course's accomplishments. Never finished improvements are sure to come in the future.
** Playing through some common areas means this course is better played in the mornings and late afternoon/evenings.**
***White A Tees are getting Concrete*** Red and White B are still 4x4 toe boards. Painted rungs on the baskets point to the next tees. Grab/print a map and enjoy.
White Bank ParkPark / Location Name:
White Bank Rd and Conduit RdStreet Address:
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Local Directions: I-95; exit 54 - Temple Ave. Right on Temple, then get into the left lane for a left at the light on Conduit Rd, 2 miles (Tussing Elementary and a Moose lodge sign on the right) to the park on the left on White Bank Rd. You will pass hole #1 and the course sign as you drive in, park in the first lot on the right. The Course sign should have maps and scorecards.