Men’s Hdcp 5
Women’s Hdcp 5
This medium length par 4 with dense trees, OB right and trees left of the fairway. A long iron or fairway wood off the tee will leave a short iron approach. For the daring, a driver will leave pitch to a green protected front left by two bunkers.
Men’s Hdcp 1
Women’s Hdcp 1
A long dogleg right par 4 with OB right and trees left, not to mention the creek in front of the tee and left of the fairway. The green is slightly elevated and slopes severely from back to front. A shot drifting right of the green may bounce OB.
Men’s Hdcp 3
Women’s Hdcp 11
The longest par 4 on the course. Your tee shot should be long and straight as there is OB on the right and left. The green slopes from back to front with a ridge that runs diagonally from left to right. Choose your clubs wisely, there is OB long.
Men’s Hdcp 7
Women’s Hdcp 7
A severe dogleg left with OB right and left. A long iron or fairway wood will leave you with a short to mid iron into an elevated kidney shaped green. The fairway grass bunker gives you a target off the tee, just make sure to carry over it.
Men’s Hdcp 13
Women’s Hdcp 9
Reachable in two, this short dogleg right par 5 has OB left and right of the fairway. The tee shot is uphill to a plateau fairway. The second shot is to a wide undulating fairway. The green is protected on the front left by a large bunker.
Men’s Hdcp 15
Women’s Hdcp 15
The first par 3 on the course is a stern test. The tee shot is a long carry to an elevated green with a large bunker on the front left. Do not go long as there is a large slope feeding off to the back of the green, with deep rough to greet you.
Men’s Hdcp 17
Women’s Hdcp 13
This is the shortest par 4 on the course but do not let the length of the hole fool you. Once in the fairway you are faced with an uphill shot into an elevated green that is severely sloped. There are two bunkers in front of the green that are very unforgiving. There is a third bunker in the back left that will make this shot hard to hold the green. Keep your shot under the hole as the green slopes sharply from back to front and anything long will be hard to get close.
Men’s Hdcp 16
Women’s Hdcp 18
This par 3 is to an uphill green with a large bunker on the right and large mounds on the left. The shot must carry to the green as anything short will not bounce forward.
Men’s Hdcp 10
Women’s Hdcp 4
A par 5 that will tempt the long hitters to cut the corner. If doing so, the shot will need to carry as it’s longer than expected. Those that are more conservative can aim up the center then lay up with a mid to long iron right of the big tree left of the fairway. The approach is over a pond to a green that is protected in the back by two large bunkers. All shots into the green must carry the green as anything short will roll down the hill and possibly into the pond.
Men’s Hdcp 6
Women’s Hdcp 8
This is a straight and long par 4. With OB right and left, along with thick forest and a creek on the left side, the approach is to an elevated green that is 45 yards deep. The green has three distinct tiers with bunkers on the front right and left.
eft of the fairway. A long iron or fairway wood off the tee will leave a short iron approach. For the daring, a driver will leave pitch to a green protected front left by two bunkers.
Men’s Hdcp 12
Women’s Hdcp 14
This is the shortest par 3 on the course but your approach is to a thin, elevated, protected green. The front right bunker is the more friendly of all the bunkers with the two bunkers on the left being very deep and unforgiving.
Men’s Hdcp 2
Women’s Hdcp 12
This is a long, slight dogleg right par 4. The uphill tee shot must be straight as there is OB protecting both sides of the fairway. The approach shot is protected by a bunker on the left. Choose the correct club as the green is 40 yards deep.
Men’s Hdcp 18
Women’s Hdcp 16
This is a medium length par 5 that offers the best birdie opportunity on the course. The tee shot is uphill to the widest fairway on the course. The approach is to a slightly elevated green protected by a bunker on the front.
Men’s Hdcp 14
Women’s Hdcp 10
This is a short par 4 with trouble everywhere. The tee shot must avoid bunkers on the right and left of the fairway. The bunker on the left is a deep and menacing so getting to the green from here is extremely difficult. The approach is shot is over a creek to a well-protected green. The two bunkers in the front are very deep and difficult to escape. There is a bunker on the back right that is to be avoided if the pin is near the back of the green.
Men’s Hdcp 11
Women’s Hdcp 17
This is a long par 3 with a forced carry over a creek and a pond. The green is sloped from back to front and is protected by a bunker on the front left. Anything short will find the water. The bail out area is to the right, but this is not an easy up and down due to the deep rough and many trees.
Men’s Hdcp 9
Women’s Hdcp 3
This is a severe dogleg right par 5. The tee shot is to a wide landing area, but long hitters can cut off some of the dogleg by going high over a creek and OB. A creek bisects the fairway about 150 yards from the green which makes laying up a challenge. The approach is to an elevated green with a bunker on the front left and another on the back right.
Men’s Hdcp 4
Women’s Hdcp 2
This is a short dogleg right par 4 with OB on both sides of the fairway and a fairway bunker that you do not want to be in, but you must hit your tee shot long enough to clear the corner. The approach is to an elevated, sloping green with no room for error left or right. If the pin is deep, being long guarantees a bogey or worse.
Men’s Hdcp 8
Women’s Hdcp 6
This is a medium length par 4 with a gentle dogleg to the right. The tee shot must avoid the bunkers on the left and the trees on the right. The approach is over a creek to an elevated green. There is a bunker on the left and right side of the green. Anything short will not stay on the level of the green as everything feeds downhill.