North Course

  • Hole #1
    • This short par 4 is a great way to ease into your round. A precisely placed tee shot will need to find the left side of the fairway to avoid the well placed fairway bunkers. A short iron approach shot to this generous putting surface will leave most players with an easy two putt.

  • Hole #2
    • This dogleg right par 5 gives most players a wide landing zone off of the tee. From there, two more good shots will give you a great shot at birdie on this medium sized green which is generally pretty flat.

  • Hole #3
    • A short to medium length par 3 will require a very accurate tee shot to this small and narrow green. If your tee shot finds the putting surface, you will have a very makeable birdie putt!

  • Hole #4
    • A long par 4 four that turns gently to the right and is uphill to the putting surface. A well placed tee shot will avoid the fairway bunkers on the right and a large expanse of tall fescue and native areas both to the left and right of the hole. A par will be well earned on this hole.

  • Hole #5
    • One of the most difficult holes on the course even though it is straight away. Even with a long drive, a player will be faced with a long iron or hybrid approach shot to the undulating and large putting surface…par is hard to come by on this one!

  • Hole #6
    • This sharp dogleg to the left will require an accurate tee shot with a fairway wood or hybrid leaving a short approach shot. A player will have to take note of the hole location on their approach, trying to navigate a green that slopes pretty drastically from left to right.

  • Hole #7
    • This short, straight hole gives every player a little bit of a breather. Players will have the opportunity to hit just about anything they feel comfortable with off of the tee, leaving a very short approach shot, but be careful of the narrow green that pitches from front to back and from left to right.

  • Hole #8
    • A player will be faced with a very demanding tee shot on this long, uphill par 4 that doglegs to the left, with fairway bunkers on both the left and right hand side along with native areas easily within reach. Even with a long tee shot, a player could face an approach shot of over 200 yards, making this another tough par hole.

  • Hole #9
    • This long downhill par 3 is made easier with the fairway sloping towards the putting surface. A run up shot is often your best bet to this flat putting surface.
  • Hole #10
    • A relatively straight medium length hole that is a bit more difficult due to the hidden fairway bunkers from the tee. Your approach shot will need to carry far enough onto the green, otherwise the steep false front will propel your ball back into the fairway.
  • Hole #11
    • By most accounts, the most difficult of the 4 par 3’s on the course. A long iron tee shot will need to find a very narrow opening at the front of the green which is guarded by two deep bunkers. Once on the green, there is enough slope and undulations to keep it interesting!
  • Hole #12
    • The second par 5 on the course will challenge most players off of the tee. Two strategically located fairway bunkers on the right hand side will snag a lot of tee balls as players attempt to cut the corner on the dogleg right hole. Most players will be better off keeping their shots up the left hand side of this fairway that slopes from right to left. A true 3 shot par 5!
  • Hole #13
    • The final par 3 of the day may lull most players to sleep, but there is plenty of trouble on this one! Your tee shot will play more uphill than it looks and there is a lot of slope on the right hand portion of the green. It will be tough to gauge distance from the tee with this large putting surface and a tricky hole location.
  • Hole #14
    • A well placed tee shot will avoid the large oak tree on the right side and hopefully find the left center of the fairway. This will leave most players with a mid-iron shot to a flat putting surface that is well guarded short right by a bunker.
  • Hole #15
    • This will be the start of a very difficult four-hole finishing stretch to your round. Although this one is straight away, a fairway bunker to the left and fairway mounding can make your tee shot tough. After a mid-iron or long iron 2nd shot finds the green, putting is relatively easy on this flat, medium sized green.
  • Hole #16
    • Another very demanding tee shot will face players on this uphill, dogleg right par 4. Strategically placed fairway bunkers on the right have to be avoided to have any chance at making a par. Making things more difficult is a fairway that slopes from right to left and a blind 2nd shot for most players to a small, well guarded green.
  • Hole #17
    • The most difficult tee shot of the day faces every player just as the round is winding down! A very unforgiving fairway bunker on the left side is in the landing zone for most tee shots. Players will also have to navigate a fairway that slopes severely from left to right. Avoid the right hand side of the putting surface as any errant shot will surely roll off into the rough…par is a great score here!
  • Hole #18
    • Maybe the best for last! At over 450 yards, it may take most players three shots to reach the putting surface on this downhill, dogleg right par 4 that also has the most difficult and largest putting surface on the course. Sloped severely from front to back, you will surely be faced with some testy putts before you can call it a day!