Hole Descriptions

Click on the arrows to advance the slides for various views of each hole.

Hole 1

“Hard Par”
A short par 4 with a slight dogleg left. Avoid the trees left off the tee, and you will have an uphill approach shot to an elevated and narrow green. Any shot to the right of the green is TROUBLE. This hole looks easy but it can be a tough par. ( Note: In 2021, massive drainage improvements were made to this hole and the adjacent driving range due to the State road modifications)

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Hole 2

“Good Birdie Chance”
You need a straight drive on this short par 5.  Right off the tee is OB, and anything left, rolls further left and into the upper lake. But hit it straight and your 2nd shot might get home. An elevated green with sand to the front and right.

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Hole 3

“Another Good Birdie Chance”
A very short par 4 with OB to the right, and a large tree left, and even more water left. But hit it straight and it’s just a wedge to a narrow green which is surprisingly fast going uphill.

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Hole 4

“ A Bogey Here is Not Bad”
A very difficult long and uphill par 3, over water. The green is narrow and has 2 tiers, with sand to the right. A par on this one will feel like a birdie.
( once again, in 2021 this lake was drained, cleaned out, and larger 18” overflow piping was installed to countermeasure the increased water flow from the new state road)

Hole 5

“Great Driving Hole”
On the tee box you can see the entire hole, which makes this a great driving hole. A little left of center off the tee will avoid the right fairway trap and gives you a good angle to our largest elevated green. There is sand guarding the right front of this green, which rolls very fast when putting towards the West. Another good birdie hole.

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Hole 6

“ The Ladies Get No Advantage Here”
This hole has trees on both sides and some of the most severe sloping on the course. The kids will sleigh ride on this one in the winter, and the slope makes for a difficult approach shot. Don’t miss the green left, or bogey (or worse) is possible.

Hole 7

“Hard Par”
The longest par 4 on the course, requires a good drive slightly left of center and it will roll, hopefully, to the bottom of the hill. A blind approach shot to another elevated narrow green. Just aim at the Cell Tower, and don’t be long, and hope for the best.

Hole 8

“Easy Par- Sometimes”
This par 3 got somewhat easier in 2021 when the large tree which guarded / blocked the left side of the green, was removed. It is still a hard “narrow elevated “ green to hit, and a little short of the green is not a bad place, to make par. Keep the ball below the hole on this one, because it’s fast going west and downhill!

Hole 9

“Finish Strong”
A tree lined fairway which slopes from left to right, and it’s easy to end up with a downhill lie.  Green is narrow,elevated, and has sand on both sides.  So use enough club to clear the bunkers, unless the pin is up front. Keep the ball below the hole on this one too.