The original site of the Wilmington Country Club, Ed Oliver Golf Club at Greenhill is named after the local golf phenomenon of the 1940's, Ed Oliver. This splendid golf course was originally designed by Wilfred Reid and was redesigned by Alfred Tull in the mid 1930's and later by Ed Ault in the early 1970's. This par-69 layout first opened in 1901 and is noted as one of the premier courses in the State of Delaware. This signature hole is the 400-yard 18th that features a chimney to the right of the fairway that dates back to the original owners of the land. Ed Oliver Golf Club is characterized by its tree-lined fairways but is best known for its beautiful landscape and year round course conditions. This exciting layout affords the golfer breathtaking views of the Wilmington skyline. With a full service restaurant and lounge on the premises, golfers often find themselves frequenting the historic Ed Oliver Golf Club at Greenhill.