Hole 1, Par 4, Hdcp. 7
Yellow: 450 Blue: 429 White: 398 Silver: 385 Red: 385
A demanding opening hole. Require a tee shot down the left side of the fairway, to provide the best approach to a large and undulating green.
Picture: Opening Tee shot from White Tees.
Hole 2, Par 3, Hdcp. 15
Yellow: 182 Blue: 165 White: 145 Silver: 145 Red: 131
Our shortest Par 3. A ball hit to the right side of the green will funnel to the center. Avoid the left side bunker.
Picture: Tee shot to difficult back left pin position.
Hole 3, Par 4, Hdcp. 13
Yellow: 409 Blue: 380 White: 361 Silver: 361 Red: 356
A straight tee shot is necessary to avoid the fairway bunkers. Your second shot requires careful club selecton. Left or long will leave a very difficult up and down.
Picture: Great view of this Par 4 from the back of the green.
Hole 4, Par 5, Hdcp. 1
Yellow: 567 Blue: 544 White: 521 Silver: 475 Red: 475
Longest of our two Par 5’s. Second shot must avoid the meandering creek down the right side. The green is very deep.
Picture: Tee shot at the long Par 5.
Hole 5, Par 4, Hdcp. 5
Yellow: 440 Blue: 410 White: 387 Silver: 307 Red: 307
The water on the right should not affect your tee shot. One of our largest and most undulated greens. Back pin placements are very difficult.
Picture: A look down the fairway from behind the green.
Hole 6, Par 4, Hdcp. 11
Yellow: 419 Blue: 397 White: 377 Silver: 377 Red: 341
Favor the right side with your tee shot. Balls hit in the left rough will be noneed off from the green by trees. O.B. over the green; err on the short side.
Picture: Up the hill from the fairway.
Hole 7, Par 4, Hdcp. 9
Yellow: 385 Blue: 364 White: 346 Silver: 336 Red: 273
Shortest Par 4, but our most difficult. Consider a 3 wood or long iron off the tee for accuracy. Missing the green long or left is fatal.
Picture: Look at the tight tee shot from the back tees.
Hole 8, Par 3, Hdcp. 17
Yellow: 188 Blue: 163 White: 144 Silver: 144 Red: 139
Lake on the right will swallow all miss-hit tee shots. Trouble over the green. Center of the green is ideal for any pin location.
Picture: Approach from the White Tees.
Hole 9, Par 4, Hdcp. 3
Yellow: 427 Blue: 401 White: 377 Silver: 343 Red: 343
Slight dogleg right to left. Right center is best tee shot. The Putting surface is quite deceptive.
Picture: Look at the difficult right pin position behind the large front bunker.
Hole 10, Par 4, Hdcp. 2
Yellow: 425 Blue: 405 White: 387 Silver: 387 Red: 350
This dogleg right Par 4 cuts through the trees and is the most difficult driving hole on the course. Hitting the green in regulation doesn’t guarantee a par on this very undulated green.
Picture: Tightest tee shot on the course from the back tees.
Hole 11, Par 4, Hdcp. 14
Yellow: 411 Blue: 389 White: 369 Silver: 278 Red: 278
Club selection into the green can vary, three to four clubs, depending on pin positions. Very difficult putting surface with many subtle breaks.
Picture: Approach shot from 200 yards.
Hole 12, Par 3, Hdcp. 16
Yellow: 208 Blue: 186 White: 170 Silver: 170 Red: 165
Difficult Par 3; plays longer than the yardage indicates. Large mound in center of green makes putting difficult. Par is a good score.
Picture: Tee shot from the White Tees.
Hole 13, Par 4, Hdcp. 12
Yellow: 379 Blue: 353 White: 329 Silver: 329 Red: 245
Lake is play unless you draw your tee shot to the the left center of the fairway. A short approach will give you a birdie opportunity.
Picture: A look from behind the green.
Hole 14, Par 3, Hdcp. 18
Yellow: 191 Blue: 172 White: 158 Silver: 158 Red: 153
Hole plays the yardage: don’t take less club for the gentle, downhill slope. All four bunkers are in play. Center of green never hurts.
Picture: Behind the green on the downhill tee shot.
Hole 15, Par 4, Hdcp. 8
Yellow: 449 Blue: 422 White: 398 Silver: 398 Red: 339
Two solid shots are required to reach this long Par 4. Green is slightly elevated. Avoid the left bunker.
Picture: Tee shot from the White Tees.
Hole 16, Par 5, Hdcp. 10
Yellow: 546 Blue: 515 White: 495 Silver: 455 Red: 455
Only Par 5 on back 9. Pinpoint accuracy is needed to avoid the trees lining both sides of the fairway. A high, lofted, third shot is needed to avoid the front bunker and hold the green.
Picture: Approach over large bunker from 125 yds.
Hole 17, Par 4, Hdcp. 4
Yellow: 442 Blue: 413 White: 390 Silver: 327 Red: 327
Water on both sides of fairway requires an accurate tee shot. Club selection is very important into the huge green.
Picture: A look from behind the green on this difficult Par 4.
Hole 18, Par 4, Hdcp. 6
Yellow: 418 Blue: 395 White: 380 Silver: 380 Red: 306
Terriffic closing hole! LONG, TOUGH, & TREE LINED. The approach shot to an elevated green ususally requires an extra club. Pin placement behind bunker is very challenging.
Picture: Looking back at the tee box from the 75 yard marker.