Spooky Brook Golf Course opened in 1970. Edmund B. Ault designed this easy to walk course. It is a relatively flat and open layout that features generous-sized greens. Spooky Brook plays at 6,655 yards and par 72 (36-36) from the longest of four sets of tees. The back nine is a bit more demanding off the tee than the front. Water comes into play sparingly, but does so prominently on the dogleg left par-four 17th hole, where a pond must be crossed on the downhill approach shot. There are four par fours over 400 yards from the back tees with the longest being the dogleg left fourth hole at 446 yards. The 410-yard 14th is a picturesque straightaway hole, playing gently downhill off the tee and then uphill to the green. A tall oak tree stands on the right side of the fairway about 25 yards short of green, and its overhanging branches can come into play on the approach shot.