PAR 4 / HANDICAP 13 / YARDS 400
Welcome to Owl’s Nest! A drive down the left edge kicks back toward
the fairway, leaving a mid-to-short iron to a generous green. Don’t be long or left.
PAR 4 / HANDICAP 7 / YARDS 433
Aim the perfect drive to the left of the tall pines beyond the fairway.
If you try to cut the corner and don’t make it, play from the drop zone.
PAR 4 / HANDICAP 1 / YARDS 441
Favor the left side of the tee box. Don’t flirt with the two fairway
bunkers off the tee, as they are deep and will almost certainly result in a bogey.
Being forced to hit a mid-to-long iron into a shallow green makes this one of
the toughest holes on the course.
PAR 5 / HANDICAP 3 / YARDS 542
There’s lots of room to hit your tee shot with this generous fairway.
The best angle for your second shot is from the left side, as it minimizes
the water hazard on the right. Only the longest hitters can reach in two,
as your second shot will need to be long and high to carry the deep,
green-side bunkers and land softly on this small green.
PAR 3 / HANDICAP 17 / YARDS 190
Trust the distance and make a good swing,
as shots that land short will stop dead in their tracks.
PAR 4 / HANDICAP 11 / YARDS 343
Right off the tee and you’re swimming! Driver is an option,
but not needed to get you well inside of 150 yards. For long
hitters, carrying the bunkers is not out of the question, leaving
a half or three-quarter wedge shot onto this two-tiered green.
PAR 3 / HANDICAP 9 / YARDS 213
This is the most difficult par 3 on the course and
requires an extra club from the tee. Accuracy is
paramount to this green surrounded by bunkers.
PAR 4 / HANDICAP 15 / YARDS 380
Driver may not be the play here as this is one of the few holes
with out-of-bounds lurking on both sides. A shot down the right
side could result in a member’s bounce into the fairway or leave
you with an awkward hill stance. A front pin location on this deep,
two-tiered green can yield birdies and pars, while a middle or back
pin position can prove more difficult.
PAR 5 / HANDICAP 5 / YARDS 541
This sharp, dogleg right par 5 invites you to hit a towering
fade off the tee, but beware of hidden bunkers. Two good
shots could land you on the green, but stay straight as there’s
trouble (OB) on both sides of this narrow fairway. Favor the left
side on your approach, as a well-placed shot can funnel onto the green.
PAR 3 / HANDICAP 18 / YARDS 152
This downhill tee shot can sometimes require one less club
than the yardage indicates. Careful though– swirling cross
and tail winds can wreak havoc with tee shots. Don’t miss right or long.
***Sometimes your audience is a murder of crows. Protect your food at all costs!
PAR 4 / HANDICAP 12 / YARDS 356
Birdies are plentiful on this short par 4, but not if you’re
out-of-bounds right on your tee shot. Driver is not necessary:
a long iron or hybrid shot will situate you in the widest fairway saddle.
Take an extra club for the uphill approach.
PAR 4 / HANDICAP 4 / YARDS 428
Aim all tee and approach shots down the right side,
as everything kicks left. A deep hazard runs across this hole,
mandating a fairway wood off the tee for long hitters, and a
forced carry for your approach.
PAR 5 / HANDICAP 2 / YARDS 521
Don’t bite off more than you can chew when picking your line
on this uphill tee shot. The farther left you go, the more hazard
you’ll be taking on. Stay right of the rock on this blind approach
and take one or two extra clubs. The green, with two distinct tiers
and lots of slope, requires your full concentration.
PAR 3 / HANDICAP 16 / YARDS 220
Take a moment to soak up this spectacular view! Local knowledge
dictates that tee shots short and left will funnel onto the green.
PAR 4 / HANDICAP 10 / YARDS 282
Keep your tee shot in play to set up a short iron onto this
plateau green. Avoid the bunkers or your sure to be in trouble.
Place your approach shot below the hole or you could watch a
birdie turn into a double bogey. This tricky green is rife with three-putts.
PAR 4 / HANDICAP 6 / YARDS 473
This long, downhill par 4 with stunning views produces long
drives and high fives! But, don’t swing out of your shoes, as
accuracy is key. From this elevated tee box, wind influence is
often a factor, where a subtle cut can quickly turn into a massive
slice. Take less club than you think on the downhill approach.
PAR 5 / HANDICAP 8 / YARDS 526
Keep your tee ball down the left side. With a good approach,
birdies and eagles are common on this par 5. You may want to
take less club on your approach, as rolling one up on the green is an option.
PAR 4 / HANDICAP 14 / YARDS 377
Standing on the tee, a beautiful northern view and wide open
expanse can distract you. Focus and keep your tee shot straight.
The bunkers lining the fairway can put your par at peril! Make sure
you have enough club to carry the bunkers in front of the green;
approach shots to the right typically feed into the middle.