A Scottish immigrant commissioned the course in the mid 1920's and the course opened in 1930. The rolling fairways, changes in elevation and the small undulating greens is very reminiscent of Scottish golf architecture; this design has provided more than 75 years of challenging and enjoyable golf. The sloping fairways and a great traditional design makes the prevailing wind cause the course not to play the same two days in a row. Many courses become predictable and a bit boring after a few rounds; not Maxwelton. A change of tees or breeze will bring an entirely new set of features into play and change the course significantly. This course is a challenge for every level of playing skills.