Course

 

Front
out
Back
in
out
total
Yards White
233
225
95
182
111
249
240
275
339
1949
Yards
270
267
257
124
286
127
238
144
372
2085
1949
4034
Par White
4
4
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
33
Par
4
4
4
3
4
3
4
3
4
33
33
66
Hdcp White
14
10
18
8
12
6
16
4
2
Hdcp
13
9
3
7
5
15
17
11
1
Yards Red
216
210
80
153
92
237
220
263
327
1798
Yards
261
234
247
83
194
99
201
129
326
1774
1798
3572
Par Red
4
4
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
33
Par
4
4
4
3
4
3
4
3
4
33
33
66
Hdcp Red
10
6
18
14
16
2
12
4
8
Hdcp
7
11
3
13
1
17
15
9
5

 

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Hole 18
White Yardage: 372 / Red Yardage: 326


With the views of snow covered Dick’s Peak in the background it can be hard to think about this shot. Once you get through the trees here, things open up. At 372 yds it’s the longest on the course and a good hit is in order. One less club should be used when approaching this green, to prevent bringing one into the clubhouse. The green is sloped back to front with a bunker catching missed shots to the left side.

 

Hole 17
White Yardage: 144 / Red Yardage: 129


You may be near the end, but its not over. This uphill 144 yd par 3 is inset into the surrounding hill side. Shots to the right will feed nicely on, but hit it too high or too far and your looking at a challenging downhill chip. This green contours to the hill with a right to left and back to front slope.

 

Hole 16
White Yardage: 238 / Red Yardage: 201


Accuracy is better than distance on this downhill dog leg left. Hit it too far and you will find yourself approaching this green from the side. Approach shots need to land short of the pin as they will release on this relatively flat green. The straightest putts on the course are found here.

 

Hole 15
White Yardage: 127 / Red Yardage: 99


This uphill par 3 may take a little more to get it there, careful though if you hit it too far you’ll end up in the creek behind the green. If you spin the ball, beware of the moderate back to front slope on this green. If the pin is up top it will take some juice to get it there.

 

Hole 14
White Yardage: 286 / Red Yardage: 194


Don’t forget to take in the views on this tee with the famous Mt. Tallac in the background. Play your tee shot down the left side of this dog leg right as everything will feed into the middle. Trying to cut it down the right side will only land you in jail. Approach shots need to land in the front left of this green, as the green slopes left to right and front to back. If you pass up the pin on your approach you will need a firm stroke to bring it back.

 

Hole 13
White Yardage: 124 / Red Yardage: 83


This uphill 124 yd. par three is a test for all. The tee shot is to a blind green and club selection can differ by one club by pin location. Shots just left of the green will generally feed on. Players going to long will end in a hazard directly behind the green. The green is one of the flattest on the golf course with subtle breaks.

 

Hole 12
White Yardage: 257 / Red Yardage: 247


Looking up the mountain to what the locals call “Coyote Rock”. This uphill dogleg left has teeth. The fairway slopes from left to right, shots that are left of center will generally stay in the fairway. Depending on length of approach shot, one club more may be needed to hit the smallest green on the golf course. The green is undulated and slopes moderately from back to front.

 

Hole 11
White Yardage: 267 / Red Yardage: 234


Check the pin placement prior to teeing up on this testy par 4. If the pin happens to be on the right side, a desired tee shot would favor the left side. Club selection on the approach is critical as this green is wider than it is deep. Two bunkers guard the front and back of the green on the left and two Quaking Aspen trees guard the right side. The left side of this green is sloped from front to back and the right side is undulated with three distinct pin locatons. Putts break more than you think on this one.

 

Hole 10
White Yardage: 270 / Red Yardage: 261


This one is a good warm-up hole for the back nine. Tee shots short of or left of the bunker set up well for this dog leg left. Play approach shots shorter than long to this elevated green with slopes off the sides and back. The green is sloped from back to front, uphill putts should be played firm.

 

Hole 9
White Yardage: 339 / Red Yardage: 327


Aim towards the tree at the center of this 338 yd.dog leg right. You’re looking at the widest fairway on the course, but beware of the hazard on the right and out of bounds left. Do not bother trying a short cut here, three large pines and a creek block out shots coming in from the right. Check prevailing winds before approaching this green, as the shot can get pushed towards hidden bunker on the front left of this one. The green slopes from back to front, remember putts break harder coming downhill.

 

Hole 8
White Yardage: 275 / Red Yardage: 263


Keep your woods in the bag here. With Out of Bounds on the left and a hazard on the right, being in the fairway sets you up for the shot you need to stick it close. With a left to right slope on this green shots should approach from the left and be left below the pin. Putts up this hill should be played firm.

 

Hole 7
White Yardage: 240 / Red Yardage: 220


A good shot here is at the 100 yd. marker. You can give it a little more with a fade, but beware of trees left and right of the fairway. Approach shots should be played near center as the green slopes off right and left. This green slopes from back to front, putts are straighter near the back of the green.

 

Hole 6
White Yardage: 249 / Red Yardage: 237


A local game on this hole is to split the fork in the trees on the left side of the fairway. A safe shot on the other hand is between the forked trees on the left and the large tree on the right, favoring the right side. This two-tiered green forces you to play to the front or back, three putts are not uncommon if you land on the wrong one. The green mimics the surrounding terrain and slopes from right to left.

 

Hole 5
White Yardage: 111 / Red Yardage: 92


Par is obtainable here if you manage your shots correctly. The safe shot is to keep your shot left of the water as the green slopes from left to right. Shots over the green here should be avoided, coming back from the far side can be quite a chore. The Green slopes back to front. The breaks are subtle here, but they still exist.

 

Hole 4
White Yardage: 182 / Red Yardage: 153


The second par three on the front nine is a good test for any golfer. This downhill 182 yard hole plays 1-2 clubs shorter. Shots that drop just in front of this green have a good chance at getting on. The green is a deceiving one that is smaller and slopes slightly from front to back. Some of our members call this a par four.

 

Hole 3
White Yardage: 95 / Red Yardage: 80


This one’s rated as the easiest hole on the course, though we beg to differ. Club selection is key here, with out of bounds over the green, short is better than long. If the pin happens to be tucked over on the right, play your tee shot right of center and the ball will feed in that direction. The green is wider than it is deep and is sloped back to front.

 

Hole 2
White Yardage: 225 / Red Yardage: 210


A straight shot here is all that is required to manage this hole. Approach shots here need to clear the bunker in the front and those who miss to the right will find a larger bunker. The green slopes from back to front with a small ridge running down the center. Take a good look at your putt here.

 

Hole 1
White Yardage: 233 / Red Yardage: 216


Don’t let the looks of this hole fool you looking from the tee. With water and sand on the right side, a smart play here is to play a safe shot up the middle short of the green. The approach shot should be short of the pin, yet far enough up the slope to stay on the green. The green slopes back to front, par is a good score here.

 

Hole 1

White Yardage: 233 / Red Yardage: 216


Don’t let the looks of this hole fool you looking from the tee. With water and sand on the right side, a smart play here is to play a safe shot up the middle short of the green. The approach shot should be short of the pin, yet far enough up the slope to stay on the green. The green slopes back to front, par is a good score here.

Hole 2

White Yardage: 225 / Red Yardage: 210


A straight shot here is all that is required to manage this hole. Approach shots here need to clear the bunker in the front and those who miss to the right will find a larger bunker. The green slopes from back to front with a small ridge running down the center. Take a good look at your putt here.

Hole 3

White Yardage: 95 / Red Yardage: 80


This one’s rated as the easiest hole on the course, though we beg to differ. Club selection is key here, with out of bounds over the green, short is better than long. If the pin happens to be tucked over on the right, play your tee shot right of center and the ball will feed in that direction. The green is wider than it is deep and is sloped back to front.

Hole 4

White Yardage: 182 / Red Yardage: 153


The second par three on the front nine is a good test for any golfer. This downhill 182 yard hole plays 1-2 clubs shorter. Shots that drop just in front of this green have a good chance at getting on. The green is a deceiving one that is smaller and slopes slightly from front to back. Some of our members call this a par four.

Hole 5

White Yardage: 111 / Red Yardage: 92


Par is obtainable here if you manage your shots correctly. The safe shot is to keep your shot left of the water as the green slopes from left to right. Shots over the green here should be avoided, coming back from the far side can be quite a chore. The Green slopes back to front. The breaks are subtle here, but they still exist.

Hole 6

White Yardage: 249 / Red Yardage: 237


A local game on this hole is to split the fork in the trees on the left side of the fairway. A safe shot on the other hand is between the forked trees on the left and the large tree on the right, favoring the right side. This two-tiered green forces you to play to the front or back, three putts are not uncommon if you land on the wrong one. The green mimics the surrounding terrain and slopes from right to left.

Hole 7

White Yardage: 240 / Red Yardage: 220


A good shot here is at the 100 yd. marker. You can give it a little more with a fade, but beware of trees left and right of the fairway. Approach shots should be played near center as the green slopes off right and left. This green slopes from back to front, putts are straighter near the back of the green.

Hole 8

White Yardage: 275 / Red Yardage: 263


Keep your woods in the bag here. With Out of Bounds on the left and a hazard on the right, being in the fairway sets you up for the shot you need to stick it close. With a left to right slope on this green shots should approach from the left and be left below the pin. Putts up this hill should be played firm.

Hole 9

White Yardage: 339 / Red Yardage: 327


Aim towards the tree at the center of this 338 yd.dog leg right. You’re looking at the widest fairway on the course, but beware of the hazard on the right and out of bounds left. Do not bother trying a short cut here, three large pines and a creek block out shots coming in from the right. Check prevailing winds before approaching this green, as the shot can get pushed towards hidden bunker on the front left of this one. The green slopes from back to front, remember putts break harder coming downhill.

Hole 10

White Yardage: 270 / Red Yardage: 261


This one is a good warm-up hole for the back nine. Tee shots short of or left of the bunker set up well for this dog leg left. Play approach shots shorter than long to this elevated green with slopes off the sides and back. The green is sloped from back to front, uphill putts should be played firm.

Hole 11

White Yardage: 267 / Red Yardage: 234


Check the pin placement prior to teeing up on this testy par 4. If the pin happens to be on the right side, a desired tee shot would favor the left side. Club selection on the approach is critical as this green is wider than it is deep. Two bunkers guard the front and back of the green on the left and two Quaking Aspen trees guard the right side. The left side of this green is sloped from front to back and the right side is undulated with three distinct pin locatons. Putts break more than you think on this one.

Hole 12

White Yardage: 257 / Red Yardage: 247


Looking up the mountain to what the locals call “Coyote Rock”. This uphill dogleg left has teeth. The fairway slopes from left to right, shots that are left of center will generally stay in the fairway. Depending on length of approach shot, one club more may be needed to hit the smallest green on the golf course. The green is undulated and slopes moderately from back to front.

Hole 13

White Yardage: 124 / Red Yardage: 83


This uphill 124 yd. par three is a test for all. The tee shot is to a blind green and club selection can differ by one club by pin location. Shots just left of the green will generally feed on. Players going to long will end in a hazard directly behind the green. The green is one of the flattest on the golf course with subtle breaks.

Hole 14

White Yardage: 286 / Red Yardage: 194


Don’t forget to take in the views on this tee with the famous Mt. Tallac in the background. Play your tee shot down the left side of this dog leg right as everything will feed into the middle. Trying to cut it down the right side will only land you in jail. Approach shots need to land in the front left of this green, as the green slopes left to right and front to back. If you pass up the pin on your approach you will need a firm stroke to bring it back.

Hole 15

White Yardage: 127 / Red Yardage: 99


This uphill par 3 may take a little more to get it there, careful though if you hit it too far you’ll end up in the creek behind the green. If you spin the ball, beware of the moderate back to front slope on this green. If the pin is up top it will take some juice to get it there.

Hole 16

White Yardage: 238 / Red Yardage: 201


Accuracy is better than distance on this downhill dog leg left. Hit it too far and you will find yourself approaching this green from the side. Approach shots need to land short of the pin as they will release on this relatively flat green. The straightest putts on the course are found here.

Hole 17

White Yardage: 144 / Red Yardage: 129


You may be near the end, but its not over. This uphill 144 yd par 3 is inset into the surrounding hill side. Shots to the right will feed nicely on, but hit it too high or too far and your looking at a challenging downhill chip. This green contours to the hill with a right to left and back to front slope.

Hole 18

White Yardage: 372 / Red Yardage: 326


With the views of snow covered Dick’s Peak in the background it can be hard to think about this shot. Once you get through the trees here, things open up. At 372 yds it’s the longest on the course and a good hit is in order. One less club should be used when approaching this green, to prevent bringing one into the clubhouse. The green is sloped back to front with a bunker catching missed shots to the left side.

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