Lakeview National Golf Course
Lakeview National Golf Course was originally a nine-hole golf course, but in 1996, the golf course was renovated into an 18-hole golf course by Garret Gill. The course is known for playing tough but rewards players with stunning lake views on 14 of the 18 holes.
The front nine starts with a challenging set of 3 holes with a par 5, par 3, and another par 5. The next 3 holes will give golfers a challenging wilderness golf experience. It may be a better strategy to go for accuracy rather than distance since each of the fairways are at most 40 yards across. The last 3 holes open up a bit while you make your way back to the clubhouse to make the turn.
Before you make your way to the back nine, checkout the Lakeview Grill! The bar and grill feature a full bar as well as a menu which serves hamburgers, sandwiches, wraps, and other dinner baskets. Once you are refueled with some food and maybe a little bit of swing juice, you are ready to tackle the back nine.
The back nine starts with two holes that are fairly open, but soon you will find yourself back in the wilderness with tight fairways to shoot at. The back nine has several holes that have significant elevation changes from tee to green. You will also play three holes that “dogleg” this will require some strategy that goes into each shot.
We hope you take advantage of this beautiful course the next time you are on the North Shore. Lakeview National has superior golf with superior views.