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Front 9

  • Hole 9

    Gradually uphill from tee to green, this dogleg left makes a turn at the hummock guarded landing area. Keep your tee shot right and plan on a right entrance approach as errant shots left are penal. Adjust club selection for elevation change as placement is critical to managing hard to see breaks.
  • Hole 8

    One of the most picturesque par 3 holes on the course, this hole will challenge players from any distance, especially from the back tees. The putting surface falls away in the back right corner of the green. The left side is guarded by a large hummock that obstructs the bail-out area of the complex. Coming up short will bring a false front into play situated just yards from one of the many restored streams on the property.
  • Hole 7

    This long stretching par 5 parallel to Generals Highway is wide and straight offering golfers plenty of room to unleash two good shots and reach the large putting surface in two. The green is guarded by hummocks and falloffs that require accurate wedge shots if it’s a three-shot hole. A birdie opportunity and redemption hole for those taunted by the five consecutive par 4 starting holes.
  • Hole 6

    The newly designed 6th hole is the first of five par 3 holes each unique in design. This hole is fair and can be played from as long as 201 yards to a narrow but deep putting green with subtle but challenging breaks. Three is good here and on to the first of three par 5 holes.
  • Hole 5

    The new 5th hole presents length and a demanding tee shot that can't waver from a center target line. Longer hitters may find the only flat area on this fairway that is guarded by a marsh. The green complex is forgiving assuming one plays away from the trouble left. This is the last of five consecutive par 4 holes requiring a series of accurate shots tee to green.
  • Hole 4

    The number one handicap hole plays long and uphill to a wide fairway that slopes severely downhill from left to right. Golfers must favor the left side of the fairway to avoid a missed fairway. Approach shots from the fairway will leave the ball well below your feet and favor a fade into this green which is large, accepting longer irons and fairway woods. Par is a good score here, setting the tone for more, challenging holes on the front side.
  • Hole 3

    With multiple options from the tee, the top priority is to favor the left side of the fairway. A poor bounce even from the middle of the fairway can present a difficult approach shot from a cluster of hummocks and tall fescue. The green is positioned low in a valley requiring the right club selection to a putting surface green that slopes back to front.
  • Hole 2

    The fairway requires some care on both sides with heavily wooded areas protecting the uphill landing area. Depending on the conditions a fairway wood, hybrid, or iron off the tee will set up an uphill hill approach shot to a plateaued green complex with falloffs that can deflect approach shots away from the putting surface that is relatively short from front to back.
  • Hole 1

    A challenging starting hole will test golfers, especially in windy conditions. The generous fairway offers options, but players should favor the left side then approach the narrow green with caution and avoid getting short-sided left. Par is good and will set the tone for the round.