Type Blue Tees White Tees Yellow Tees Handicap Par 5 468 Yards 442 Yards 398 Yards #14
A dogleg right that demands the perfect tee shot. Trees line the far right side. Favor the left side of the fairway in order to have a clear second shot. The approach shot is to a slightly elevated green that is well bunkered. Pin positions can be tricky here, especially when towards the back of the green.
Type Blue Tees White Tees Yellow Tees Handicap Par 4 385 Yards 368 Yards 343 Yards #2
A challenging driving hole with out of bounds to the right and a creek on the left. Your approach shot is to an elevated green guarded by bunkers in front. This narrow green slopes from front to back and demands a high shot to hold the surface.
Type Blue Tees White Tees Yellow Tees Handicap Par 4 420 Yards 375 Yards 337 Yards #4
A difficult and challenging par, this slight dogleg to the right provides a generous fairway. Guard against going too far right to avoid the dense trees. Too far left is even more troublesome with thick fescue throughout. Prepare yourself for a lengthy approach shot to a green surrounded by bunkers on three sides. The green slopes from right to left.
Type Blue Tees White Tees Yellow Tees Handicap Par 3 110 Yards 96 Yards 83 Yards #18
This short but deceptive par three plays to a narrow green and requires a shot with the perfect distance since there are bunkers in front and back of the green. Once on the green you’ll find a few subtle breaks but you should manager to make par.
Type Blue Tees White Tees Yellow Tees Handicap Par 4 399 Yards 383 Yards 354 Yards #16
Excellent hole that demands you favor the left side of the fairway in order to avoid the large tree on the right side. If you manage to stay in the fairway, you’ll still have a lengthy approach shot to a large green with gentle slopes. Take an extra club to be sure to get there as it plays a bit long. Par is an excellent score here.
Type Blue Tees White Tees Yellow Tees Handicap Par 4 376 Yards 353 Yards 271 Yards #12
Don’t let the yardage on the scorecard fool you. This short par 4 is tree lined on both sides and only offers a fairway of 45 yards wide from an elevated tee. A driver may get you close to the green but the safe shot is something less since accuracy is a premium. If you manage to avoid the trees, you’ll have a short pitch shot to a large green with a false front. Handle this hole with extra caution and you might just make birdie.
Type Blue Tees White Tees Yellow Tees Handicap Par 3 197 Yards 165 Yards 149 Yards #8
This par 3 is deceptively difficult and plays every bit of the distance. Many players take an extra club to the elevated green that is fairly flat. Short right leaves a most difficult chip from a bunker.
Type Blue Tees White Tees Yellow Tees Handicap Par 5 394 Yards 377 Yards 359 Yards #10
Somewhat of a breather hole, providing you place your tee shot in the vicinity of the directional pole. This sharp 90 degree dogleg left demands the perfect shot and sets up a 200 yard shot to the green. A large bunker will catch anything right. Too far right and/or too long off the tee and you’ll be hitting three. Too far left and you’re out of bounds. Your second shot is slightly up hill to an area just short of the bunker in front of the green. Longer hitters can easily get home in two. Shots that stray to the right will find a rock fill valley. Anything to the left will be out of bounds. This is one of the largest greens on the course so two putts are not a guarantee.
Type Blue Tees White Tees Yellow Tees Handicap Par 3 165 Yards 146 Yards 127 Yards #16
This hole demands you select the right club to avoid the grass bunker in front of the green and sand bunker in back. Go for the center of the green, get your par and move on.
Type Blue Tees White Tees Yellow Tees Handicap Par 4 429 Yards 412 Yards 369 Yards #1
A challenging par four with slight inclines from tee to green. Take an extra club for your approach shot as it plays a bit longer than the yardage. This is one of the largest greens on the course so getting on the green will not guarantee a two putt.
Type Blue Tees White Tees Yellow Tees Handicap Par 5 510 Yards 476 Yards 428 Yards #11
A relatively easy par 5 from an elevated tee to a generous landing area. Longer hitters will go for it in two. The approach shot is to a very small green so take caution and choose the right club.
Type Blue Tees White Tees Yellow Tees Handicap Par 3 166 Yards 140 Yards 128 Yards #17
This hole looks benign enough from the tee but par is not easy. A middle to long iron will get you there but once on the green, the pin placement will dictate everything. This two tiered green demands the perfect read. Take your time and play slightly more break than it looks.
Type Blue Tees White Tees Yellow Tees Handicap Par 5 450 Yards 432 Yards 379 Yards #7
A slight dogleg left that allows longer hitters to take advantage of the downhill slope off the tee. A slight hook in the 220 yard range will catch the slope and roll another 30 yards or so, leaving the possibility to go for it in two. The second (and third shots) play straight uphill to a green that slopes back to front. Play all approach shots below the pin.
Type Blue Tees White Tees Yellow Tees Handicap Par 4 438 Yards 403 Yards 360 Yards #5
Arguably, the best par four on the course. A good tee shot from an elevated tee will still leave most golfers nearly 200 yards to the green. A large front bunker sweeps across the green and demands that you fly the approach shot on the green. Go long and you’ll find a deep wooded area.
Type Blue Tees White Tees Yellow Tees Handicap Par 4 325 Yards 268 Yards 203 Yards #13
The ultimate risk/reward hole. This short par 4 is all downhill and drivable for some. Essentially, though, there is virtually no room for error on this very narrow tree lined hole that runs through the green. A straight drive is essential. Accomplish that and you may just make a nice three.
Type Blue Tees White Tees Yellow Tees Handicap Par 3 153 Yards 144 Yards 134 Yards #15
A fairly short but challenging par 3 with a pond to clear and a well bunkered green. A middle iron should do it. Exercise caution here since there is no bailout. Too far right and you’ll never find your ball. Far left will leave you little chance of making par.
Type Blue Tees White Tees Yellow Tees Handicap Par 5 465 Yards 453 Yards 396 Yards #3
A short but demanding par 5. You’ll need to be extremely accurate with your tee shot. Your initial shot is over water and into an upslope on the fairway. Any wayward shot here will significantly decrease your chances of making par. Your second shot will be blind, over the hill toward the green. Look to keep your ball in the middle of the fairway and you’ll have an easy shot to an extremely small, well bunkered green.
Type Blue Tees White Tees Yellow Tees Handicap Par 4 374 Yards 336 Yards 256 Yards #9
A short but satisfying hole. Your drive needs to clear some tall grass onto a generous landing area. From there you’ll have a short iron over a bunker onto a very small sloped green. This is a good hole to end a day filled with challenges and fun.