The Salisbury Country Club
3490 Yards, Par
After renovating all 18 holes for The Salisbury Country Club in 1999, Lester was selected to design an additional nine holes, making Salisbury a 27 hole facility.
This new nine, deemed the Huguenot nine, was deftly crafted out of flat, poorly draining woods. At 3490 yards, the nine incorporates several features of the land. Creek features were designed by George to irrigate and create drainage on the entire nine holes. One of the unique characteristics is a modern example of a Biarritz green, the par 3, 8th hole with a 1270 square foot green. Also, there are two very strategic par 4 Short holes and a spectacular strategic par 5 ninth hole.