When all around you are puddles and soggy ground from a week of rain, head to Green Oaks. Blessed with great draining sandy soil, Green Oaks is the golfer's friend in wet weather. The course was designed by R.W. Bills in 1973. Set on rolling meadowland, the course has large trees, ponds and a few strategic bunkers to keep your attention. At 6,780 yards (73.1/128) the layout requires some pop in your driver but this is not a grip it and rip it set-up. Inaccurate driving will typically result in a punch out from the trees. There are two other sets of tees to match one's skill set. Access from US 23 (Geddes east to Prospect south to Clark east) requires a bit of navigation but you won't be disappointed.