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Hole 1

Hole 1 | Par 4
Blue (Champion) White (Back) Gold (Senior) Red (Ladies)
370 yds 357 yds 354 yds 347 yds
Dogleg right par 4. A well hit tee shot will leave you with a short iron and chance for birdie.

Hole 2

Hole 2 | Par 3
Blue (Champion) White (Back) Gold (Senior) Red (Ladies)
193 yds 153 yds 121 yds 116 yds
Medium length par 3 that tends to play a little longer than marked.

Hole 3

Hole 3 | Par 4
Blue (Champion) White (Back) Gold (Senior) Red (Ladies)
400 yds 363 yds 339 yds 303 yds
Straight away par 4 that favors a left to right tee shot. Finding the fairway gives you a birdie opportunity.

Hole 4

Hole 4 | Par 4
Blue (Champion) White (Back) Gold (Senior) Red (Ladies)
368 yds 350 yds 340 yds 330 yds
Dogleg right par 4. Favoring the left side of the fairway gives you a clear look at the green. Right side you may be blocked by trees.

Hole 5

Hole 5 | Par 4
Blue (Champion) White (Back) Gold (Senior) Red (Ladies)
380 yds 360 yds 295 yds 285 yds
Signature Hole. This straight away par 4 threatens lots of danger. Precise distance control on the second shot is a must.

Hole 6

Hole 6 | Par 3
Blue (Champion) White (Back) Gold (Senior) Red (Ladies)
160 yds 147 yds 129 yds 113 yds
A relatively short par 3. Playing to the back of the green will take the front left and right bunkers out of play.

Hole 7

Hole 7 | Par 4
Blue (Champion) White (Back) Gold (Senior) Red (Ladies)
372 yds 351 yds 295 yds 273 yds
Straight away par 4. A good tee shot leaves a great chance for birdie.

Hole 8

Hole 8 | Par 5
Blue (Champion) White (Back) Gold (Senior) Red (Ladies)
504 yds 487 yds 475 yds 452 yds
A reachable dogleg left par 5. Favors a right to left tee shot to avoid out of bounds on right. A good tee shot give you options that should lead to a birdie.

Hole 9

Hole 9 | Par 4
Blue (Champion) White (Back) Gold (Senior) Red (Ladies)
434 yds 411 yds 330 yds 324 yds
A long par 4 that favors a tee shot down the right center. This will keep you out of the fairway bunker and also being blocked by a stand of trees.

Hole 10

Hole 10 | Par 4
Blue (Champion) White (Back) Gold (Senior) Red (Ladies)
367 yds 359 yds 330 yds 321 yds
A dogleg left par 4. Favors a tee shot down the right side of the fairway to avoid being blocked out by trees. A real birdie opportunity.

Hole 11

Hole 11 | Par 4
Blue (Champion) White (Back) Gold (Senior) Red (Ladies)
385 yds 370 yds 340 yds 329 yds
A straight away par 4. A good tee shot will leave a medium to short iron and an opportunity for birdie.

Hole 12

Hole 12 | Par 3
Blue (Champion) White (Back) Gold (Senior) Red (Ladies)
168 yds 137 yds 114 yds 108 yds
A medium length par 3. Playing to right side of green will help avoid front left bunker.

Hole 13

Hole 13 | Par 5
Blue (Champion) White (Back) Gold (Senior) Red (Ladies)
509 yds 499 yds 475 yds 431 yds
Straight away par 5. A good tee shot gives an opportunity to reach green in two. A precise approach is needed to avoid green side bunkers.

Hole 14

Hole 14 | Par 4
Blue (Champion) White (Back) Gold (Senior) Red (Ladies)
346 yds 324 yds 314 yds 302 yds
A dogleg left par 4. A long iron off the tee should be plenty to avoid going through the fairway. Favoring left side of fairway will help avoid trees that guard the green.

Hole 15

Hole 15 | Par 3
Blue (Champion) White (Back) Gold (Senior) Red (Ladies)
181 yds 142 yds 115 yds 108 yds
A medium length par 3. Keeping the ball below the hole is a must on this green.

Hole 16

Hole 16 | Par 4
Blue (Champion) White (Back) Gold (Senior) Red (Ladies)
360 yds 339 yds 330 yds 328 yds
A straight away par 4. A good tee shot will leave a short iron and a good birdie opportunity.

Hole 17

Hole 17 | Par 5
Blue (Champion) White (Back) Gold (Senior) Red (Ladies)
545 yds 502 yds 480 yds 477 yds
A straight away par 5. This hole requires three good shots for an opportunity at birdie.

Hole 18

Hole 18 | Par 4
Blue (Champion) White (Back) Gold (Senior) Red (Ladies)
394 yds 381 yds 340 yds 333 yds
A dogleg right par 4. Favoring the left side of the fairway will allow for a better approach to the green. A miss-hit shot could fall in Pebble Creek fronting the green.

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