Course Tour

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1st Hole

Par 4 Yardage: Handicap Men: Women:
Purple 298 15 9
Gray 276 15 9
Yellow 262 15 9
Maroon 247 15 9

Description:
A short, straightaway par 4 to start your day on the links. An iron off the tee to set up a short iron second shot is preferred. A severe two tiered green lies ahead, so plan your second shot to hit the correct tier.

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2nd Hole

Par 5 Yardage: Handicap Men: Women:
Purple 538 5 1
Gray 499 5 1
Yellow 460 5 1
Maroon 435 5 1

Description:
A long par five that doglegs slightly to the right. The drive should favor the left side to stay away from the difficult fairway bunkers that guard the right. The second shot should be aimed to the right center of the fairway as all balls will bounce left when they land. This should leave another short to mid iron shot to a slightly raised green.

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3rd Hole

Par 5 Yardage: Handicap Men: Women:
Purple 210 11 17
Gray 185 11 17
Yellow 170 11 17
Maroon 165 11 17

Description:
A challenging Par 3 with bunkers guarding both sides and the front left. If you are in between clubs, most shots that land short will bounce up onto the green from the right side.

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4th Hole

Par 5 Yardage: Handicap Men: Women:
Purple 539 1 3
Gray 526 1 3
Yellow 447 1 3
Maroon 455 1 3

Description:
Another three shot par 5. The drive should be aimed down the left center to avoid the fairway bunker on the right. The second shot should be aimed down the right center to avoid the penalizing fairway bunkers on the left. This should leave a short to mid iron approach to a green that slopes back to front.

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5th Hole

Par 4 Yardage: Handicap Men: Women:
Purple 385 13 11
Gray 360 13 11
Yellow 337 13 11
Maroon 334 13 11

Description:
A straight away par 4 is next. The drive should be aimed down the left center of the fairway. Most balls will bounce from left to right when they land. This will leave a mid iron second shot to a green that slopes left to right.

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6th Hole

Par 4 Yardage: Handicap Men: Women:
Purple 359 7 7
Gray 349 7 7
Yellow 314 7 7
Maroon 312 7 7

Description:
A mid length dog leg to the left par 4. The drive should be aimed down the right center of the fairway. This will leave an uphill approach shot to a severely sloped back to front green. Take an extra club but do not go past the pin!

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7th Hole

Par 4 Yardage: Handicap Men: Women:
Purple 407 3 5
Gray 399 3 5
Yellow 323 3 5
Maroon 319 3 5

Description:
Another straightaway par 4 with a small creek meandering through the fairway about 300 yards from the teeing area. Keep the drive away from the fairway bunker on the left hand side. Most second shots will bounce from left to right up by the green. The green slopes from left to right and back to front.

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8th Hole

Par 4 Yardage: Handicap Men: Women:
Purple 324 9 13
Gray 290 9 13
Yellow 229 9 13
Maroon 219 9 13

Description:
A short but demanding par 4. You must keep the drive down the right side to avoid the fairway bunkers on the left. It will leave a short iron second shot but you must be precise. The green is two tiered with the toughest slopes on the course. Be on the right level and stay below the pin.

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9th Hole

Par 3 Yardage: Handicap Men: Women:
Purple 176 17 15
Gray 160 17 15
Yellow 118 17 15
Maroon 114 17 15

Description:
A downhill par 3 ends the front nine. Aim for the middle of this very large green to give yourself a birdie opportunity. The hole plays slightly shorter than the yardage, but make sure you clear the small pond in front of the green.

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10th Hole

Par 4 Yardage: Handicap Men: Women:
Purple 366 10 8
Gray 326 10 8
Yellow 296 10 8
Maroon 292 10 8

Description:
A mid length, rolling par 4 begins the second nine. A driver off the tee will set up a mid iron approach to a green that sits down from the fairway. If your drive doesn't go far enough, you will be left with a blind second shot to a green that slopes right to left and back to front.

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11th Hole

Par 4 Yardage: Handicap Men: Women:
Purple 413 4 4
Gray 369 4 4
Yellow 334 4 4
Maroon 330 4 4

Description:
A long down hill dogleg left par 4. Aim your drive to the right center of the fairway. Any drive that misses the fairway to the left has a good chance of being blocked out to the green. Your second shot is a downhill iron shot to a green that is difficult to hold. Take your par 4 and go to the next tee.

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12th Hole

Par 5 Yardage: Handicap Men: Women:
Purple 517 12 10
Gray 474 12 10
Yellow 376 12 10
Maroon 372 12 10

Description:
A par 5 that is reachable for the longer hitters. The landing area for the drive is very generous and most players can not reach the fairway bunkers in the distance. If you are laying up on your second shot you must decide to go to the left or the right of the creek that winds through the fairway. If going left make sure you aim more left as all balls will bounce hard to the right. This should leave a short iron approach to an elevated green the slopes back to front.

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13th Hole

Par 3 Yardage: Handicap Men: Women:
Purple 179 16 14
Gray 162 16 14
Yellow 155 16 14
Maroon 153 16 14

Description:
A mid to long iron slightly uphill par 3. Stay below the hole as the green slopes strongly left to right and back to front.

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14th Hole

Par 4 Yardage: Handicap Men: Women:
Purple 398 2 12
Gray 384 2 12
Yellow 292 2 12
Maroon 288 2 12

Description:
A dogleg to the right par 4. A well positioned drive will leave a mid iron into a relatively flat green. Any drive that lands in the trees to the right will be a pitch out into the fairway. If the pin is in the back, use an extra club.

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15th Hole

Par 4 Yardage: Handicap Men: Women:
Purple 309 18 16
Gray 280 18 16
Yellow 266 18 16
Maroon 262 18 16

Description:
A short straight away par 4 that you should be thinking birdie. A long iron or fairway wood off the tee landing in the fairway will leave a short iron into the green. Longer hitters can take driver and leave them with just a pitch to the green. Avoid the fairway bunkers at all cost.

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16th Hole

Par 4 Yardage: Handicap Men: Women:
Purple 434 6 2
Gray 404 6 2
Yellow 330 6 2
Maroon 326 6 2

Description:
One of the toughest par 4's on the course. It is a dogleg to the right par 4 with fairway bunkers on the right. Players landing in these bunkers will have little chance to reach the green in regulation. Aim your drive down the left center of the fairway. A small creek wanders across the fairway about 70 yards from the green. The green is relatively flat but very big so choose your club wisely.

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17th Hole

Par 5 Yardage: Handicap Men: Women:
Purple 543 8 6
Gray 518 8 6
Yellow 448 8 6
Maroon 444 8 6

Description:
The last par 5 of the day is a long uphill slight dogleg to the left. Driver off the tee to the center of the fairway. A long iron or fairway wood layup on your second shot must stay away from the fairway bunker on the left. The green is narrow but long .

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18th Hole

Par 3 Yardage: Handicap Men: Women:
Purple 173 14 18
Gray 160 14 18
Yellow 152 14 18
Maroon 146 14 18

Description:
The final hole of the day is a very demanding par 3. It is a mid to long iron shot to a slightly elevated green. There are bunkers on both sides and front right. The green slopes severely from left to right and back to front. Any shot missing the green is a tough up and in to finish the day.