Ten is a long, straight away par three. Be careful, this hole is guarded heavily by trees on both sides. Out-of-bounds are in play left and behind the green. Even though it’s the #8 handicap hole, it plays a lot tougher. You are looking at 210 yards from the blue tees with typical cross or head wind to negotiate. Par almost always wins this hole.
Eleven is one of our signature holes. Your play is from an elevated tee to an elevated green with a deep hollow between. Beware of out-of-bounds left and behind green. Severe sloping towards out-of-bounds will make a wayward shot makes it there. Negotiating the slope and wind here is paramount. Great little hole!
This is fairly easy, straight away par four. The tree line right is something to avoid as well as the fairway bunkers. Other than that, the hole sets up for what should be another birdie. A nice flat, true green helps your cause.
Thirteen is another challenging par five. The fairway from your tee shot is prime position here. Left-side of hole slopes severely towards OB, leaving many tee shots and second shots falling victim to a penalty stroke. Keeping it straight will reward you with a mid-to-high iron approach and on line for a chance at birdie.
Here is a good looking par three. It is typically 150-165 yards to the middle of green. Requires a tee shot over the pond to a large deep green. Beware though, because landing on the surface does not guarantee par here. A long undulating green can leave you three-putting very easily.
One of our best par fours on the course. This hole will dogleg slightly right, then uphill on your approach. There are two ways to play this one. Try and carry the creek straight away and right (approximately 265 yards) or lay-up with the tee shot leaving you with a long iron or hybrid to an elevated, two tiered, fast green. Needless to say, par is great here.
It’s the last of our par threes. From tee to green are some familiar foes. You must hit over another pond, uphill and those cross winds come into play again. Not nearly as easy as it looks. This is a long, deep green sloping back to front. This green can be nearly impossible to two-putt.
This is a par four that presents plenty of trouble- left out-of-bounds – large deep moguls and the right-side presents clusters of trees and tall heather. Add a middle fairway bunker and this hole leaves you tentative to swing away. Hitting the fairway is a necessity. Your approach is typically a short wedge or nine iron to yet another severe, downward sloping green.
Your round ends with a long par five. Nearly 600 yards straight away and gradually uphill. OB is in play left all the way up. Three good shots and you have a chance at par. Birdies are not unheard of, but difficult to get.