A variety of holes awaits your golfing pleasure: spacious landing areas, tree lined fairways, water, bunkers, straight holes, doglegs, uphill and downhill. You and your golf ball can see it all.
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A great starting hole. A well positioned drive to the right side for the fairway gives a great angle for the approach shot. A drive to the left side gives a shorter approach but a green which slopes left to right brings a deep bunker into play.
A large 6,000 square foot green, the flattest green on the course, gives you an abundant target. A green side bunker following the contour of the green on the left side awaits any shot slightly left of target.
Four ponds will suck your ball from play if you are not careful. If the ponds don't get you, a moat and creek located just 25-feet from the left edge of the green will gladly accept.
A long par 4 with OB on the left side for 330 yards and a creek on the left for the next 100 yards. The "Island of Trees" located 200 yards from the green comes into play for errant tee shots right.
There is no margin for error on this dogleg right fairway as woods line each side from tee to green.
- A bunker guards the green on the
- Bend the ball left to right around the dogleg and have a shorter visible shot to the pin.
- Play conservative and you face a longer and possibly blind shot into the green.
The longest hole on the course gives you the feeling of being wide open after playing hole #5. However, numerous trees line each side of the fairway for balls straying off course.
A straight uphill, usually downwind par 3 to a long narrow green guarded by bunkers short left and short right.
- The hole looks innocent but it can bite you.
- Make a 3 and leave in glee.
A harmless looking par 4 from the tee box. However, the long fairway slopes right to left leading to the infamous hole #8 green. The smallest green on the course severely slopes right to left.
- A drive to the left side of the fairway gives the best angle for your approach shot.
- A drive to the right side of the fairway requires a great touch for your approach shot.
A great risk-reward finishing hole.
- 90 degree dogleg left with OB left from the tee to the green.
- A bunker protects the green on the right side.