Craig Wood Golf Course is a beautiful, par 72 course that spans 6,554 yards in the Adirondack countryside. Owned and operated by the Town of North Elba, this is one of the finest courses in the Lake Placid golf community. It is often said that a course can be judged on the number of memorable holes that it contains. Craig Wood Golf Club features more than its share of challenging holes that will leave a lasting impression on players. Take for example the 18th hole, which forces golfers to strike a precise drive over a ravine and a perfect second iron shot uphill to a sloped green guarded by trees and a fairway trap. It is the perfect finish to this Lake Placid golf course. The surrounding high peaks and dramatic vistas provide an inspirational lift regardless of the quality of your golf game. The Craig Wood Golf Course is indeed a special course in a beautiful part of the world. It was designed in 1925 by the renowned golf course architect and Lake Placid resident Seymour Dunn. It has served as the local point for Lake Placid golf for generations. With a strong dedication to maintaining tradition yet upgrading as needed, Craig Wood Golf Club will continue to attract players from across the world.