Gold 331 | Blue 319 | Silver 267 | Green 229 Our 18-hole Arnold Palmer designed course begins with a very playable hole. Pro's tip: Tee off with a club that will leave you with your favorite distance into the green. You will have a good chance at making birdie or an easy par.
Hole #2 | Par 4
Gold 458 | Blue 428 | Silver 377 | Green 344 The first of three challenging holes can jump up and get you. Depending on which tee you are playing, the pond is reachable. Favor the left side of undulating fairway as everything runs to the pond. Be smart with your second shot - bogey isn’t a bad score.
Hole #3 | Par 3
Gold 140 | Blue 190 | Silver 337 | Green 344 This challenging Par 3 calls for an accurate tee shot avoiding out of bounds left and water right. The safe play is to aim at the left side of the green and take your chances at getting up and down. A par will pick up shots on the field.
Hole #4 | Par 4
Gold 448 | Blue 422 | Silver 358 | Green 322 The fourth hole calls for a well positioned tee shot. You may challenge the fairway bunkers off the tee, but the reward may not be worth the risk. The green is elevated and plays 1/2 club longer. Par is a good score.
Hole #5 | Par 4
Gold 371 | Blue 357 | Silver 314 | Green 261 While this rather straight forward hole may seem simple, don't let it fool you. The key to the hole is positioning your ball off the tee in the best area for you to attack the green. This may be a driver or hybrid, but anything outside the fairway will test your skills. The green slopes left to right and back to front, so a well placed approach is key to scoring.
Hole #6 | Par 3
Gold 183 | Blue 154 | Silver 132 | Green 103 The 6th Hole is the final Par 3 on the front 9, but not one to take lightly. The hole is slightly uphill and usually plays into a prevailing wind, thus making it challenging to get your ball pin high. However, a slightly under-hit shot isn't the worst thing. Just past the green is where trouble lies. A par will certainly gain strokes on the field.
Hole #7 | Par 5
Gold 505 | Blue 491 | Silver 476 | Green 391 The 7th hole is a rather straight forward Par 5 that provides the opportunity to gain a stroke back from the previous holes. A solid drive will leave most players with the decision on where to layup: short of the fairway bunkers or over the waste area. A well played second shot will provide the opportunity to challenge the hole and make a birdie.
Hole #8 | Par 4
Gold 448 | Blue 421 | Silver 379 | Green 393 Pro’s Tip: 8 is the number 1 handicap hole for a reason. You will need four good shots to make a par. Before selecting a club on the tee, take note of the distance to the pond at the end of the fairway. The fairway runs into the pond, so expect the ball to run out. Your second shot is slightly downhill, so approach shots landing in front of the green will more than likely release towards the green. The green has some subtle breaks, so take advantage of watching your playing partners putts.
Hole #9 | Par 5
Gold 538 | Blue 519 | Silver 475 | Green 393 #9 is a three-shot hole for the majority of players. Hint: Don't attempt to cut the corner. Focus on laying up to a comfortable yardage into the green for your second shot. A well positioned layup will provide the opportunity to attack the pin. Club selection is key for approach shots as a ball over the green will challenge your skills. A ball short of the green or pin won't hurt you. #CourseTour
Hole #10 | Par 3
Gold 210 | Blue 180 | Silver 165 | Green 132 Even though the tee shot is downhill, the majority of shots end up short of the green due to a prevailing headwind. Par is a good score to start your back 9.
Hole #14 | Par 4
Statistically the most challenging hole on the back 9, requires the golfer to play within their means. Some players may "go for the green", while others may be more comfortable playing as a three shot hole. Nevertheless, the 14th offers many birdies and many others.