HOLE 1 – Par 4
“The Road Hole”
Great opening hole. Slight dog leg right but don’t be tricked into cutting the corner with your tee shot. A drive up the left center will give you a nice opening to this long undulating green. Don’t go long with your approach shot.
HOLE 2 – Par 5
A straight away tee shot will set up a very demanding second shot over the brook. Make sure and take enough club on your third shot to clear the bunker to the flattest green on the course. Good birdie opportunity.
HOLE 3 – Par 3
Straight uphill tee shot to a very wide but shallow green. Only 170 yards long from the back tee but the toughest hole on the course. Green is severely sloped from back to front. Any tee shot over this green leaves a near impossible chip shot.
HOLE 4 – Par 4
Decision off the tee is to stay to the left of the pond or to try and carry it. A well placed tee shot will leave a short iron to a very deep green. Knowing where the pin is on this green is very important.
HOLE 5 – Par 4
This short but demanding par 4 requires an accurate tee shot to the right of the tree line. Be careful to not go too far right because there is a brook all the way down the right side. This is the smallest green on the course. Make sure and avoid the deep bunkers on your approach.
HOLE 6 – Par 3
Great uphill par 3 guarded by a huge deep bunker. Green slopes severely from back to front so avoid going long.
HOLE 7 – Par 4
A sharp dog leg left requires a well placed tee shot. Green is well guarded by 2 bunkers.
HOLE 8 – Par 4
Blind tee shot over a hill that favors the right side. You must lay up short of a brook that crosses the fairway at 240 yards. Second shot plays 1/2 club longer than the yardage suggests.
HOLE 9 – Par 4
Short par 4 demands a well placed layup left of the pond. 2nd shot plays uphill so take an extra club to get to this large green guarded by bunkers left and right.