Tour Golf Course
- The first hole is a short par four. The fairway slopes to the right, so keep your ball to the left.
The second hole is a par five. There is a steep hill to the left of the fairway, so most balls that are hit to the left will roll down to the fairway. To the right there are trees and homes, so there is out-of-bounds in front of the homes. (Note: x marks the approximate landing spot for the tee shot)
The third hole is one of our challenging par three holes. Hit it left or long and you are in trouble.
The fourth hole is a short par five. The landing area for the drive is wide and flat. A wide shot to the right will send you over a steep slope. The landing area for the second shot has a definite slope to the right, so keep the ball to the left and it'll bounce to the right or the middle of the fairway. (Note: x marks the approximate landing spot for the tee shot)
The fifth hole is a difficult hole. The landing area is fairly narrow and there is a lateral hazard from about the 150 yard marker to the 100 yard marker. Then there's that water-filled ditch in front of the green.
The sixth hole is an uphill par three. There is out-of-bounds to the right and behind the green. Whatever you hit for the distance, take an extra club or two.
The seventh hole is a short par 5. The fairway is surrounded by trees, but it's a wide fairway, so there are no major problems. There is out-of-bounds on both the right and the left. (Note: x marks the approximate landing spot for the tee shot).
The eighth hole is another of those uphill par three holes. Two sand traps guard the green in the front and sand traps to the left and to the right of the green.
The ninth is a relatively short par 4, but the dog leg to the left makes the hole much tougher. Many golfers use an iron to hit to the middle of the fairway and then another iron onto the green. (Note: x marks the approximate landing spot for the tee shot)
The tenth hole is our signature hole. Notice that there's water on both sides and behind the green. It is downhill, so it does not play like 228 yards (or 194 from the red tees). Many players play short, trying to just roll the ball onto the green.
From the white tee on the eleventh hole, you need to carry the water to get to the fairway (from the red tee, the only water is to the right). A short par 5, so a good chance for a birdie or at least a par.
The 12th hole is one of the toughest on the course. It's about 290 yards to the ditch from the white tees, so it's not in play for most players. The road to your right is out-of-bounds. Your second shot demands hitting to an elevated green that slopes away from you.
The 13th hole is a short par 4, but with plenty of problems. Out of bounds to the left and beyond the green. To the right of the green there's a big drop off. The green is long and narrow, and slopes sharply to the right.
The 14th hole is a tricky par three. The green slopes to the right and away from the golfer, so many players try to hit the ball onto the left-front of the green and let it roll to the right.
From the white tees, the safe shot is to hit onto the top of the hill. The longer hitters can cut the corner to the right of the trees. The trees on both sides of the fairway are a lateral hazard. The red tee is on top of the hill, so only the trees to the right present a problem. (Note: x marks the approximate landing spot for the tee shot.)
Many players choose to hit to ball left of the fairway in front of the ditch, leaving about 140 - 150 yards to the green. The fairway falls off steeply to the right, so any ball to the right side of the fairway that carries the ditch may end up behind the trees that guard the right side of the green.
This is a tough par five that is almost impossible to reach in two shots. From the white tees, you must hit the ball beyond and slightly left of the tree in the fairway. If you are to the right of that tree, you'll probably have to play well left of the fairway on your second shot. The third shot is to an elevated green that is shallow and slopes away from the golfer. Par is a very good score on this hole. When in doubt, stay left - there is nothing but trouble along the right-hand side. (Note: x marks the approximate landing spot for the drive and y marks the ideal landing spot for your second shot.)
The 18th hole is another challenging par three. If your drive is to the left, you might find yourself at the bottom of a big gulley.