Course Tour

Hole One

This hole is a 397-yard par 4. With OB to the left and trees lining the right hand side. The landing area for your first shot is still large but there is a small hill that gives a blind second shot into the green. This green will be one of the only flat greens you'll have.

Hole Two

This is a par 4, dog leg left 328 yards to the center of the green. It has OB to the left, trees lining the right hand side and a pond that's about 250 yards out. So big hitters have to be careful using a driver. Your approach shot into the green you'll want to be below the hole because the green is extremely slanted downhill.

Hole Three

This par 3 hole is a straight shot to the green at 200 yards. It's protected with trees on both sides and a sand trap which sits right beside the green. The pond out in front shouldn't come into play as its only 50 yards off the tee box. The green is another downhill slatted green with a hill in the center of it. If there's a place to miss, it would be short of the green.

Hole Four

This is a 401-yard par 4. From the tee you have a narrow shoot to the fairway with the woods to your left and a slight elevated green surrounded by hillside. Missing the fairway to the right will give you your best shot into the green. As the left side you'll have a blind shot and possibly have to lay up. This green may look level but it has a hidden break in it which could throw you off if you don't see it.

Hole Five

This is a 503-yard par 5. From the tee box there is a pond that sits 265 yards out to limit your drive. Your approach is another blind shot into the green with a major drop off behind it. Club selection is key as it is better to be a little short of the green then it is to be long. This green has little break to it and is one of the larger greens on the course.

Hole Six

This is a 407-yard par 4 and is a straight shot to the green, enabling big hitters to score well. The pond on 5 will come into play if you miss to the right and there are a few trees on the right hand of the fairway that can affect your second shot. Everything feeds to the left into the green. This green is one of our smallest greens on the course so accuracy is key.

Hole Seven

This is a 361-yard par 4 with a slight dog leg left. Your second shot is most critical as the green is protected with a pond surrounding the front and sand traps in the front and back. It's best to be long on your second shot. The green is a two tier green with a tough break to read as both tiers play differently.

Hole Eight

This is a 510-yard, par 5. This is our longest and hardest par 5 on the course. With the whites and blues across the pond it makes for a difficult tee shot. Big hitter should be able to clear the trees and make the top of the hill. This hole leaves you with another blind shot as the green sits down over a small hill. It is protected by a hill on the left and a drop off to the right and trees line the right hand side near the green. The green is small and narrow so landing the green is difficult.

Hole Nine

This is a 166-yard, par 3. Tee boxes are elevated above the green which throws off your club selection. Careful of high winds as it'll throw your shot off. There's a pond to the left and our septic filtration behind the green so accuracy is key. The green has a hill in the front which can affect some of your putting.

Hole Ten

This is a 433-yard, par 5. While it might be our shortest par 5, it has a 200 foot elevation from tee to green. With woods on the right and some tress on the left you have to be accurate with your tee shot. Your approach shot should be below the hole and if you miss left or right it'll leave a difficult third shot. The green is sloped downhill and feeds to the right which makes for one of our most difficult greens on the course.

Hole Eleven

This is a 176-yard, par 3. This hole is our most difficult par 3 on the course with its horizontal green it leaves a small landing area. This green is another downhill sloped green so you want to be pin high as below the hole will feed off the green. There's woods on the right and behind the green so if you miss you want to be short as it'll leave an easier chip and putt.

Hole Twelve

This is a 449-yard, par 5. This hole is a dog leg right at 160 yards out from the tee so laying up is a must. There's woods that line the whole right hand side and after the dog leg you'll come across the woods to the left. Hugging the tree line on the right for your tee shot will leave you in good position for your second shot into the green. The green is flat green with little to no break in it. There are trees in the back of the green as well so accuracy is key.

Hole Thirteen

This is a 340-yard, par 4. We consider this to be our signature hole. The hole has a long narrow fairway with trees lined on the left and a steep sloped hillside along the right side which if you land on we advise you to pull it off the hill and take a drop in the fairway as the hill is dangerous to hit off of. The green is the most difficult on the course with three distinct tier levels for pin placements. The green is also line with a rock wall so do not leave your second shot short. Each tier on this green plays differently and be sure you hit your tier as putting up the hills is extremely difficult to judge the speed you need to make it up to the pin.

Hole Fourteen

This is a 170-yard par 3. It has woods along both sides of the fairway. At the green there is a hill to the right which if you hit your ball will funnel down to the green and there is a drop off on the left. The green is small in size so hitting it can be a little difficult. The best place to miss would be short right of the green.

Hole Fifteen

This is a 482-yard, par 5. Your first shot is a blind shot up hill towards the green. From the second shot on, you'll have a straight view of the green. There's woods on both sides of the fairway as well as OB on the right where our property meets another. You'll need an accurate tee shot to set you up for a manageable second shot. This green has a few different undulations which will make for some difficult putts.

Hole Sixteen

This is a 158-yard, par 3. From the tee box you have an elevated view of the green. With the elevation the winds will affect your ball more than usual so be careful and choose the right club. There's woods on both sides as well as OB on the right and 20 yards behind the green. The green itself is our largest par 3 green so you'll have an easy target to hit. It does have a hill in the center of the green so accuracy will still be needed.

Hole Seventeen

This is a 353-yard, par 4. The difficulty of this hole is the elevated green that has a rock wall surrounding the front of it. From the top of the hill is 100 yards out and makes for an easier shot into the green. If you make it in the valley it'll give you a blind shot of the green. Our rock wall out front comes into play as you need to get above it. The green is set into a hill side which funnels into the green. This is another downhill sloped green so it's best to be below the hole.

Hole Eighteen

This is a 403-yard, par 4. The hole is a downhill dog leg right to the green lined with trees on both sides. The trees on the right are flyable which can put you into good position for your second shot but be careful because once you fly the trees you won't be able to see where your ball lands. For the people who can't fly the trees there is a hill along the left hand side which will give you a difficult lie for your second shot. There is a pond back behind the green so club selection is key. The green is large in size and flat with little to no break in it.