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Hole 1

Hole 1

Par 4

A testy opener, Number 1 begins the descent into the golf course. A severely sloping fairway steers a well placed tee shot away from the left hand fairway bunker, 245 yards from the tee, and onto a level spot on the short grass.

Men’s Handicap: 11

Women’s Handicap: 10

Black 388

Blue 377

White 329

Red 321

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Hole 2

Hole 2

Par 4

Widely regarded as our Signature hole, Number 2 is a classic example of strategic design. Players can attempt to carry the pond on the right, leaving them with a short pitch to an elevated green, which is open in front.

Men’s Handicap: 7

Women’s Handicap: 4

Black 360

Blue 334

White 304

Red 296

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Hole 3

Hole 3

Par 3

Turner's Knoll is an appropriate name for our first one shotter, number three. A large, rolling green requires a mid to high iron to reach, and is protected by bunkers to the right and front left. Beware of going over this green, as its bank drops off severely, making recovery from the bottom of the slope nearly impossible.

Men’s Handicap: 17

Women’s Handicap: 16

Black 174

Blue 162

White 149

Red 142

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Hole 4

Hole 4

Par 4

Another solid par 4 from the "Strategic Design Standpoint". Carry the left hand fairway bunker, and you are left with a short iron second, or play safe to the right where you will face a longer second to the big, two tiered green. Finding the right level is critical to making birdie.

Men’s Handicap: 3

Women’s Handicap: 14

Black 375

Blue 357

White 304

Red 299

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Hole 5

Hole 5

Par 3

Number 5 is a close second to Number 2 for signature hole status. A magnificent par 3 where a long iron or fairway wood is needed to reach the tiny green, which is guarded on the left by two deep, steeply faced bunkers.

Men’s Handicap: 15

Women’s Handicap: 18

Black 206

Blue 178

White 157

Red 149

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Hole 6

Hole 6

Par 4

Another great par four, Number 6, known as Willowdale, can be very testy indeed. Avoiding the trees right, and the fairway bunker to the left, leaves the player with a downhill shot of around 150 -170 yards. An accurate approach is demanded here as the green is the smallest on the golf course, and slopes away from the player.

Men’s Handicap: 13

Women’s Handicap: 12

Black 397

Blue 384

White 323

Red 314

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Hole 7

Hole 7

Par 4

Number 7, known as Devil's Bend, is a 90 degree dogleg left. Two penal bunkers on the left hand side of the fairway, give the player an idea of where the hole begins to turn. Avoiding them is paramount to scoring well. From the top of the hill, a short to mid iron is all that is needed to reach the severely sloping green.

Men’s Handicap: 9

Women’s Handicap: 6

Black 377

Blue 362

White 304

Red 295

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Hole 8

Hole 8

Par 4

Number 8 gives the appearance of being easy but does not play that way and is ranked as the #1 handicap hole for that reason. Bunkers and a stream along the right side off the tee can make your second shot even more difficult to the classic Donald Ross green. A par here is considered and excellent score.

Men’s Handicap: 1

Women’s Handicap: 8

Black 419

Blue 414

White 405

Red 349

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Hole 9

Hole 9

Par 5

Number 9 is known as Black Walnut due to the magnificent specimen which guards the left hand side of the fairway 50 yards from the green. A short but challenging par 5, Black Walnut rises from the tee up to the clubhouse. Players can elect to go for the green in two, but the approach and greenside bunkers must be avoided if birdie is to be made.

Men’s Handicap: 5

Women’s Handicap: 2

Black 476

Blue 447

White 396

Red 391

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Hole 10

Hole 10

Par 4

Number 10 is a marvelous start to the back nine. A strong straightaway par four, the tee shot needs to find the fairway and avoid the menacing fairway bunker on the left. A long iron is then needed to reach the small green. The approach is open in front, allowing for the bump and run to be played into this green.

Men’s Handicap: 12

Women’s Handicap: 13

Black 414

Blue 408

White 381

Red 373

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Hole 11

Hole 11

Par 3

Number 11 is a magnificent short par 3. The green complex is one of the finest on the golf course, a great example of the genius that was Donald Ross. A short iron is all that is needed to reach this green, and the marvelous bunkers need to be avoided.

Men’s Handicap: 16

Women’s Handicap: 15

Black 181

Blue 138

White 117

Red 108

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Hole 12

Hole 12

Par 4

Plateau is a wonderful par four climbing dramatically uphill to a blind green. The left to right slope of the fairway steers the ball towards the menacing fairway bunker, which if found can spell disaster. If the right greenside bunker is found, a step ladder may be needed instead of a sand wedge.

Men’s Handicap: 10

Women’s Handicap: 3

Black 380

Blue 369

White 336

Red 326

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Hole 13

Hole 13

Par 3

Number 13 is a terrific par 3 playing straight downhill. The creek behind the green rarely comes into play, but it cannot be ignored. A greenside bunker, and out of bounds left, must be avoided to make par. A relatively flat, but tiny green, gives up a lot of putts for birdie, should you find the surface.

Men’s Handicap: 18

Women’s Handicap: 17

Black 183

Blue 163

White 146

Red 140

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Hole 14

Hole 14

Par 4

A short but difficult par 4 requires a strategically placed tee shot that will give you the best approach angle to an elevated green with unlimited contours. Our 2012 stream renovation makes this hole a beauty to behold from tee to green.

Men’s Handicap: 6

Women’s Handicap: 5

Black 352

Blue 346

White 328

Red 321

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Hole 15

Hole 15

Par 4

Number 15 is a gentle dogleg right, par 4. Avoiding the trees right and fairway bunker left, leaves you with a short iron to an open, two tiered green. Finding the correct level is essential for birdie.

Men’s Handicap: 14

Women’s Handicap: 9

Black 393

Blue 374

White 349

Red 342

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Hole 16

Hole 16

Par 5

Hole number 16 will appear as an easy hole form the yardage posted on the scorecard but a difficult tee shot, followed by the need for a well placed 2nd shot to avoid the numerous bunkers more than make up for the short distance. Also important to remember is it’s uphill from tee to green.

Men’s Handicap: 4

Women’s Handicap: 1

Black 448

Blue 419

White 376

Red 293

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Hole 17

Hole 17

Par 4

The longest par four on the golf course is both beauty and beast. A good drive here still leaves the player with a wood or long iron into another large green that slopes severely left to right with the surrounding landscape. Another hole that Ross simply created in harmony with the land, again giving you the feeling that it has always been there.

Men’s Handicap: 2

Women’s Handicap: 11

Black 438

Blue 433

White 426

Red 420

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Hole 18

Hole 18

Par 5

The final hole is one that will test your stamina as it gently rises towards the clubhouse. The tee shot is a dogleg left guarded by bunkers on the corner. Once you make the turn you have a beautiful view of the clubhouse and it’s uphill all the way to a green guarded by bunkers in the front on both sides. What a great finishing hole!

Men’s Handicap: 8

Women’s Handicap: 7

Black 455

Blue 448

White 409

Red 399

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Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Out
Black 72.4/134 388 360 174 375 206 397 377 419 476 3172
Blue 70.9/131 377 334 162 357 178 384 362 414 447 3015
White 68.1/123 329 304 149 304 157 323 304 405 396 2671
Red 66.8/121 321 296 142 299 149 314 295 349 391 2556
Par 4 4 3 4 3 4 4 4 5 35
Men’s HandicapM HC 11 7 17 3 15 13 9 1 5
Women’s HandicapW HC 10 4 16 14 18 12 6 8 2
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 In
414 181 380 183 352 393 448 438 455 3172
408 138 369 163 346 374 419 433 448 3015
381 117 336 146 328 349 376 426 409 2671
373 108 326 140 321 342 293 420 399 2556
4 3 4 3 4 4 5 4 5 35
12 16 10 18 6 14 4 2 8
13 15 3 17 5 9 1 11 7
Totals
6416
6113
5539
5278
71