During a round of golf at Big Foot, you’re able to visit the Grand Canyon (hole 5), drink from the Fountain of Youth (hole 2) or play Basketball (hole 17). You can also ride a Double-Decker (hole 4), relax on an Inner Spring (hole 15) or tweak the Devil’s Elbow (hole 14). Such is the joy of a round at Big Foot Country Club, a course even the most gluttonous of golfers never tire of playing. That’s certainly due, in part, to its splendid views and the beauty of its natural terrain, but it’s also due to Tom Bendelow whose ingenuity and imagination placed eighteen great golf holes onto a naturally beautiful site.
Proper golf attire is required at all times. This includes shirts with collars, and golf pants or shorts. Shorts are required to be ‘Bermuda’ length. The following are not permitted on the golf course: denim, cargo pants and cargo shorts.
Care for the Golf Course:
- Please be courteous when playing the course
- Repair ball marks on the greens
- Replace divots
- Rake bunkers
- Be safe when driving a golf cart
Pace of Play
Please keep up with the group ahead of you. A round of golf at Big Foot should not exceed four hours and ten minutes.
We take pride in our caddie program which has produced many Evans Scholars over the years. Members and guests are encouraged to use caddies when they are available, and are asked to complete a caddie evaluation form upon completion of play.
The Halfway House (Lolly's)
Our Halfway House has sandwiches, brats, fresh fruit, salads, many more items, and a unique charm. It can be reached after the 2nd, 5th, 11th, and 14th holes. While we encourage you to take advantage of its many delights, please do so quickly as to not slow the pace of play.