Galen Hall Golf Club is a Par 72 layout for the men and Par 73 for women. Elevation changes, sidehill lies, and undulating greens are among some of the features that make playing Galen Hall Golf Club a unique golfing experience. The golfer will also encounter difficult Par 3's, including the famous Moat Hole, and reachable Par 5's. The Moat Hole is a true island green and according to some historians, the first island green ever created. The Moat Hole, the fifteenth hole at Galen Hall was designed and built in 1917 by famed golf course architect A.W. Tillinghast when he added nine holes to the existing golf course.