Larkin Golf Club formerly Fox Den Club is a public golf club offering special incentive and loyalty programs in lieu of memberships. Memberships are available for the community pool and tennis courts.
Opened in 1996 as Fox Den Golf Club, Larkin Golf Club offers a good mix of interesting holes, some with eye-catching elevation changes. Bermuda fairways, Crenshaw bent-grass greens and nine scenic ponds add to the enjoyment of this beautifully designed course. Water comes into play on 10 holes including the final six.
Playing through beautiful rolling hills with scenic views, Larkin Golf Club designer Clyde Johnston has taken full advantage of 400 acres of lush countryside and the gentle waterfalls of Third Creek in creating a challenging and enjoyable course for players of any skill level.
Before the picturesque adventure on the last six holes, Larkin’s first few holes offer a walk in the park feel set on mildly undulating land. The next six holes will remind you of mountain golf with its elevated tees and greens. Overall, the course is an excellent Clyde Johnson design with accommodating fairways – some tightly tree-lined and others open off the tee – and receptive bent grass greens kept in great condition by course superintendent Shane Staples. The course length varies from 7005 yards from the gold tees down to 5300 yards from the red.