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Holes


Hole #1

Yardage

Black

356.00

White

330.00

Yellow

260.00

 

HDCP – Mens
HDCP – Ladies
Par
12.00
12.00
4.00

 

The first hole is a par four dog leg right where a good tee shot will help set up an easier approach to the green. The fairway bunker on the left comes into play from all three sets of tees. Favouring the left side of the fairway will give players better options and keep them out of the heavily treed right side.

Please note: NEW WHITE YELLOW YARDAGE TEE BOX HOLE #1: 282


Hole #2

Yardage

Black

415.00

White

339.00

Yellow

307.00

 

HDCP – Mens
HDCP – Ladies
Par
2.00
6.00
4.00

 

Grab your driver and hit away. A slight dog leg left with a south westerly wind usually blowing directly into your tee shot allows players to grip it and rip it off the tee with minimal hazards ahead.


Hole #3

Yardage

Black

164.00

White

152.00

Yellow

144.00

 

HDCP – Mens
HDCP – Ladies
Par
18.00
14.00
3.00

 

This hole calls for careful club selection and accuracy due to unforeseen cross winds that may carry or push the ball to the right side of the green. Aim left center of the green to allow for some ball movement but make sure to avoid the green side bunkers that surround the entire front of the green.


Hole #4

Yardage

Black

508.00

White

475.00

Yellow

432.00

 

HDCP – Mens
HDCP – Ladies
Par
14.00
4.00
5.00

 

This is the kind of hole where good players are thinking about making eagle. The green is reachable with two good shots but remember that you are down wind so if you are long on your second shot to the green you will typically be out of bounds.

Please note our NEW WHITE YELLOW YARDAGE TEE BOX HOLE #4: 432


Hole #5

Yardage

Black

171.00

White

153.00

Yellow

146.00

 

HDCP – Mens
HDCP – Ladies
Par
16.00
16.00
3.00

 

This par three challenges players to be very accurate with their tee shot because the green is surrounded by three enormous bunkers. Also watch out for the creek that runs along the entire right side.


Hole #6

Yardage

Black

351.00

White

333.00

Yellow

319.00

 

HDCP – Mens
HDCP – Ladies
Par
10.00
10.00
4.00

 

The sound of the ringing bell lets players on the tee know that it’s time to make a choice of trying to cut the corner or lay up onto the fairway of this blind 90 degree dog leg right par four. Water runs along the entire right side of the hole which forces most players to lie up onto the fairway.


Hole #7

Yardage

Black

505.00

White

493.00

Yellow

432.00

 

HDCP – Mens
HDCP – Ladies
Par
8.00
2.00
5.00

 

This par five is a slight up hill dog leg right and keeping your tee shot to the left of the fairway is the smart play. Keeping your tee shot to the left of the fairway will lower your chances from entering one of the seven gigantic bunkers that run down the right side of the fairway.


Hole #8

Yardage

Black

373.00

White

281.00

Yellow

432.00

 

HDCP – Mens
HDCP – Ladies
Par
6.00
18.00
4.00

 

Don’t let your guard down here. Keeping your tee shot to the left center of the fairway is key in staying out of a hidden fairway bunker located on the right side not visible from the tee but very reachable. The approach to the green is an unexpected decline which sometimes forces players to check out pin locations to carefully select the right club before taking their second shot.


Hole #9

Yardage

Black

421.00

White

400.00

Yellow

345.00

 

HDCP – Mens
HDCP – Ladies
Par
4.00
8.00
4.00

 

Water comes into play along the right off all three sets of tees. Keeping your tee shot to the left center of the fairway sets up an easier approach to a slight incline to the green. The playing surface of the green is small so being accurate will enable your chances of scoring well. Don’t be alarmed of the small green surface because there is plenty of room for error due to the enormous green surrounds.


Hole #10

Yardage

Black

323.00

White

314.00

Yellow

305.00

 

HDCP – Mens
HDCP – Ladies
Par
11.00
9.00
4.00

 

An elevated tee box down wind along with an elevated green allows those big hitters to possibly reach this par four in one. The front green side bunker and pond in the right rough are known to be very powerful ball magnets.


Hole #11

Yardage

Black

429.00

White

418.00

Yellow

367.00

 

HDCP – Mens
HDCP – Ladies
Par
5.00
5.00
4.00

 

This par four dog leg left is best played by hitting to the right corner of the dog leg setting up a much more open approach shot to the green. Beware of two pot bunkers hidden to the back right of the green. Trying to cut the corner of the dog leg to the green requires a monstrous drive to get over the land then water then land again.


Hole #12

Yardage

Black

541.00

White

522.00

Yellow

477.00

 

HDCP – Mens
HDCP – Ladies
Par
1.00
1.00
5.00

 

This is the #1 ranked handicap hole on the golf course and standing on the tee you can easily see why. This hole is demanding of accuracy and length. Keeping your golf shots down the center of the fairway and away from all the hazards will lessen the pain of which this hole so many times delivers.


Hole #13

Yardage

Black

344.00

White

333.00

Yellow

317.00

 

HDCP – Mens
HDCP – Ladies
Par
13.00
15.00
4.00

 

Water again comes into play as the creek runs along the right from tee to green. A tee shot to the left center of the fairway keeps you clear of the poplars that also line the right side and sets up an easier approach free from obstruction to the green.


Hole #14

Yardage

Black

178.00

White

170.00

Yellow

162.00

 

HDCP – Mens
HDCP – Ladies
Par
15.00
11.00
3.00

 

This is one of the most challenging par threes on the golf course. With a smaller green surface located on a down slope from the tee box and directly into a south westerly breeze, club selection and accuracy are crucial. Once on the green and ready to putt beware of the severe back to front slope which makes players often miss read green speed and break of putts.


Hole #15

Yardage

Black

449.00

White

421.00

Yellow

342.00

 

HDCP – Mens
HDCP – Ladies
Par
3.00
3.00
4.00

 

This is the longest par four on the golf course and is a good test from any of the tee options. Aim your tee shot down the center of the fairway which sets up for an easier approach to a very deep green. An enormous fairway bunker on the left side and the creek splitting through the fairway are two hazards to be made aware of from the tee boxes. The creek is reachable off the tee for those who hit it big so shot placement and control is key.


Hole #16

Yardage

Black

509.00

White

491.00

Yellow

433.00

 

HDCP – Mens
HDCP – Ladies
Par
9.00
7.00
5.00

 

This is a chance for a little redemption before your game is over. The hole allows plenty of room on all areas of the fairway and rough to let it rip off the tee. The only hazards to make note of is four fairway bunkers on the right side.


Hole #17

Yardage

Black

205.00

White

162.00

Yellow

135.00

 

HDCP – Mens
HDCP – Ladies
Par
17.00
17.00
3.00

 

A picturesque par three from elevated tee boxes with a green framed in by water and large green side bunker to the right allows not much room for error.


Hole #18

Yardage

Black

370.00

White

359.00

Yellow

287.00

 

HDCP – Mens
HDCP – Ladies
Par
7.00
13.00
4.00

 

With the fairway slightly rising from tee to green it’s crucial that your tee shot first clear the creek running in front of the tee boxes but also clear over the rising slope on the fairway for an easier approach to the green. It’s better to be long than short onto the enormous green because two green side bunkers block the front of the green catching or stopping almost all approach shots.