The nine-hole J.W. Parks Golf Course, located on Hartland Avenue, was originally donated by the Parks family to MCI, which ran the course for many years. In the mid-1990's, as MCI refined its mission and focus more closely to education and its campus facilities, the course was sold
to K&D Inc., which operates the course privately. The course is open to the public and is also used by school teams, leagues and tournament participants. The golf course also has a driving range and contains a restaurant open to the public called "The Broken Putter."