top of page

Hole 1

Blues: 165 yds. 

Whites: 135 yds. 

Reds: 115 yds. 

Handicap Rating: 6

Hole 1 features a shared tee box for the red and white tees. The hole has a forced carry in front of the tee box, with a raised green. Shooting long on this hole will land you in pine trees, and leaving it short gives you a chip shot uphill into a heavily sloped green. 

Hole  2

Blues: 300 yds. 

Whites: 290 yds. 

Reds: 260 yds. 

Handicap Rating: 8

Hole 2, rated one of the easiest holes on this course, is a straight shot down the fairway. Leak too far right puts you in a lateral hazard. Straying to the left leaves you with a heavy shot out of the rough, with trees in your line of flight when approaching the green. 

Hole 3

Blues: 317 yds. 

Whites: 310 yds. 

Reds: 270 yds. 

Handicap Rating: 5

Hole 3 features a slight dog-legged fairway to the right. However, the severely sloping fairway will push balls into the rough, leaving you with a blind green approach shot. Too far right, and you are out of out-of-bounds. 

Hole 4

Blues: 400 yds. 

Whites: 392 yds. 

Reds: 360 yds. 

Handicap Rating: 7

Hole 4 is a member favorite, as it boasts a short yardage while scoring as a par 5, and presents an obtainable birdie opportunity. Careful, leaking the ball too far right puts you out-of-bounds as the boundary hugs the entire length of the hole. Manage to keep your ball in the fairway, the approach to the green is guarded by OB to the right and a water hazard on the left. 

Hole 5

Blues: 283 yds. 

Whites: 277 yds. 

Reds: 270 yds. 

Handicap Rating: 9

Hole 5 is rated the as the easiest hole on the course, featuring a fairway that plays straight and slightly uphill. Lining the right side of the hole is an out-of-bounds, and the tee box requires a carry over the creek, which lies short in-front. 

Hole 6

Blues: 215 yds. 

Whites: 205 yds. 

Reds: 140 yds. 

Handicap Rating: 3

Hole 6 is easily the toughest par 3 on the course, particularly from the men's tee box. It's yardage presents a challenge to put the ball in regulation play, and the raised green favors kicking the ball away from the dance floor. Go too long or left and you are in the water hazard that hugs the back and left side of the green. 

Hole 7

Blues: 345 yds. 

Whites: 337 yds. 

Reds: 240 yds. 

Handicap Rating: 4

Hole 7 features a forced carry off the tee box for both men and women. From the women's tee box, the hole has a blind green. When approaching the green, players need be careful of pushing the ball left and/or long, as it has a water feature that wraps around from the front to back. 

Hole 8

Blues: 465 yds. 

Whites: 455 yds. 

Reds: 355 yds. 

Handicap Rating: 2

Hole 8 presents itself as a challenging birdie hole. To drive the water requires a 300 yard carry from the men's, leaving most people having to lay-up in the valley. Then, it's a 200 yard-plus approach uphill, and over the water. The fairway begins to narrow the closer you get the green, as trees line both sides. 

Hole 9

Blues: 319 yds. 

Whites: 310 yds. 

Reds: 260 yds. 

Handicap Rating: 1

Hole 9 earned it's way to the toughest handicap hole on the course. Although the green is driveable, it is a blind shot from both the tees. The out-of-bounds sits tight on the right side of the fairway, while the fairway slopes to the left, waiting to kick your ball into the water hazard. The approach is narrowly framed by trees, and features a short dog-leg right. 

bottom of page