Golf Course Tour

Hole 1

How to Play:
A difficult starting hole. Straight away, an ideal drive avoids the right fairway bunker. The approach is slightly downhill and one of the few greens that runs slightly away from front to back.

Tee Yardage Men's Par Ladies' Par H/C
Black 450 4 4 7
Blue 438 4 4 7
Green 413 4 4 7
White 393 4 4 7
Yellow 323 4 4 7
Hole 1

Hole 2

How to Play:
One of the tighter holes, a good drive is just to the right of the left fairway bunker. An approach to the front of the green is a better play than going over this green!

Tee Yardage Men's Par Ladies' Par H/C
Black 420 4 4 9
Blue 381 4 4 9
Green 367 4 4 9
White 350 4 4 9
Yellow 304 4 4 9
Hole 2

Hole 3

How to Play:
Another tight driving hole; the right side of the fairway is perfect. You will want to avoid the two sets of fairway bunkers on the left. Although, long hitters may reach the green in two, the other sets of fairway bunkers must be avoided. The green has a spine through the middle and is severely sloped from back to front.

Tee Yardage Men's Par Ladies' Par H/C
Black 518 5 5 13
Blue 508 5 5 13
Green 497 5 5 13
White 430 5 5 13
Yellow 382 5 5 13
Hole 3

Hole 4

How to Play:
A beautiful par 3 with a hazard running in front of, and to the right of, a green which is split into right and left sections.

Tee Yardage Men's Par Ladies' Par H/C
Black 224 3 3 15
Blue 212 3 3 15
Green 191 3 3 15
White 150 3 3 15
Yellow 138 3 3 15
Hole 4

Hole 5

How to Play:
The number 1 handicap hole; a longer par 4 with a hazard running to the left of the fairway and in front of the green. It takes two good shots to give you a putt at birdie.

Tee Yardage Men's Par Ladies' Par H/C
Black 454 4 5 1
Blue 424 4 5 1
Green 391 4 5 1
White 418 4 5 1
Yellow 347 4 5 1
Hole 5

Hole 6

How to Play:
Slightly uphill tee shot; being in the left center of the fairway is nice. Your second shot is to a green which slopes significantly from back to front. Keep the ball below the hole!

Tee Yardage Men's Par Ladies' Par H/C
Black 450 4 4 11
Blue 389 4 4 11
Green 376 4 4 11
White 284 4 4 11
Yellow 284 4 4 11
Hole 6

Hole 7

How to Play:
Middle of the green is a solid play here on this downhill par 3. Pay close attention to the wind!

Tee Yardage Men's Par Ladies' Par H/C
Black 201 3 3 17
Blue 189 3 3 17
Green 179 3 3 17
White 165 3 3 17
Yellow 153 3 3 17
Hole 7

Hole 8

How to Play:
A demanding tee shot; left side of fairway is ideal. Your approach shot yardage must be judged well – avoid the long shot!

Tee Yardage Men's Par Ladies' Par H/C
Black 451 4 4 5
Blue 389 4 4 5
Green 354 4 4 5
White 314 4 4 5
Yellow 271 4 4 5
Hole 8

Hole 9

How to Play:
Another demanding tee shot. Left side of the fairway has the best angle for the approach shot that plays uphill to another back to front sloping green.

Tee Yardage Men's Par Ladies' Par H/C
Black 419 4 4 3
Blue 404 4 4 3
Green 394 4 4 3
White 375 4 4 3
Yellow 286 4 4 3
Hole 9

Hole 10

How to Play:
Downhill, slight dogleg left. For all but long hitters, as good aiming point is the far bunker in the right side of the fairway. Approach shot plays slightly uphill, usually into the prevailing wind. The green slopes from back to front.

Tee Yardage Men's Par Ladies' Par H/C
Black 412 4 4 16
Blue 389 4 4 16
Green 375 4 4 16
White 317 4 4 16
Yellow 282 4 4 16
Hole 10

Hole 11

How to Play:
Slight dogleg left. Avoid the bunkers and any shot left. The fairway slopes right to left, so a tee shot just to the right of the bunkers off the tee usually ends up down the hill at the bottom of the fairway. You will have a short shot in with a good tee shot.

Tee Yardage Men's Par Ladies' Par H/C
Black 428 4 4 4
Blue 406 4 4 4
Green 394 4 4 4
White 379 4 4 4
Yellow 307 4 4 4
Hole 11

Hole 12

How to Play:
Another split green, usually plays longer into the prevailing wind. Short off the green is not good – it may run back down the fairway.

Tee Yardage Men's Par Ladies' Par H/C
Black 220 3 3 12
Blue 195 3 3 12
Green 175 3 3 12
White 128 3 3 12
Yellow 97 3 3 12
Hole 12

Hole 13

How to Play:
A great driving hole - ideal for a fade off the tee avoiding the bunkers on the left and trees on the right.

Tee Yardage Men's Par Ladies' Par H/C
Black 402 4 4 14
Blue 381 4 4 14
Green 366 4 4 14
White 334 4 4 14
Yellow 323 4 4 14
Hole 13

Hole 14

How to Play:
A Donald Ross Classic! Shorter par 3 – avoid hitting over the green at all costs.

Tee Yardage Men's Par Ladies' Par H/C
Black 150 3 3 18
Blue 140 3 3 18
Green 130 3 3 18
White 117 3 3 18
Yellow 103 3 3 18
Hole 14

Hole 15

How to Play:
A downhill tee shot – hitting in the fairway is important; an uphill approach to a smaller, back to front sloping green. Beware of the false front of this green.

Tee Yardage Men's Par Ladies' Par H/C
Black 411 4 4 2
Blue 387 4 4 2
Green 365 4 4 2
White 307 4 4 2
Yellow 258 4 4 2
Hole 15

Hole 16

How to Play:
An ideal tee shot is at the far bunker. Another approach shot which requires staying at, or below, the hole when the pin is up front.

Tee Yardage Men's Par Ladies' Par H/C
Black 416 4 4 6
Blue 376 4 4 6
Green 343 4 4 6
White 322 4 4 6
Yellow 266 4 4 6
Hole 16

Hole 17

How to Play:
The right side of the fairway is a good play, since this par 5 runs slightly from right to left. The second shot should favor the right side of the fairway, and the approach shot is to a narrow green, especially the back portion.

Tee Yardage Men's Par Ladies' Par H/C
Black 600 5 5 8
Blue 578 5 5 8
Green 554 5 5 8
White 462 5 5 8
Yellow 462 5 5 8
Hole 17

Hole 18

How to Play:
It’s all uphill on the signature finishing hole. An ideal tee shot is to the right of fairway bunkers on the left. Depending on the yardage of the second shot, longer hitters will have a chance at hitting the green in two. Lay-up yardages to avoid the bunkers is key – as is the hole location. Approach is severely uphill.

Tee Yardage Men's Par Ladies' Par H/C
Black 529 5 5 10
Blue 465 5 5 10
Green 440 5 5 10
White 399 5 5 10
Yellow 384 5 5 10
Hole 18