With panoramic views and set against a long, high ridge and deep mixed forests, the rolling plain of Oslerbrook gave architect Graham Cooke an abundance of natural resources. Working with the existing topography, he created an 18 hole design that combines the traditional elements of both parkland and links styles. The front nine is park-like, while rolling, open fairways and raised greens, give the back nine a Scottish flavor. While the mix of nine-hole styles creates an interesting, memorable golf experience, there is nothing severe or contrived about the course design. Bunkers are where they should be without artifice or excessive penalty; greens are undulating but fair, and the stances a golfer encounters on the rolling fairways are based on how accurately the golfer drives the ball off the tee. To further promote a fair test of golf, OslerBrook Golf and Country Club tee boxes were constructed six tees deep.
- Sold in receivership for PWC to private party