Hole By Hole Tour
Hole # 1 is a straight par four of 218 yards.
The back tee ( # 10 ) offers added length of 268 yards.
Grass mounds line the edges of the fairway with out of bounds along the right bordering Gravel Hill Road. Trees protect the left side, however a strong left shot will result in the ball being trapped in the high grass known as the Bermuda Triangle.
Hole # 2 is a slight dogleg to the left par four of 247 yards.
The back tee ( # 11 ) offers added length of 308 yards while also straightening out the hole.
A shot that travels to the right will be lost in the woods and out of bounds. Trees protect the left side, however a slight turn to the left will send the ball through # 3 fairway and into the woods.
Hole # 3 is a hard dogleg to the right par four of 298 yards.
It is possible to reach the green by cutting off some of the trees, but be careful, too much cut and the ball is lost, too much slice and the ball will funnel into the woods on the right edge. Also, don’t go too long straight out as the Bermuda Triangle will eat another ball.
Another option for this hole is to eliminate the dogleg by playing the short tee, which borders the # 2 fairway. The length is then 203 yards.
Hole # 4 is a straight, downhill par four of 276 yards.
The front tee ( # 13 ) makes this hole 217 yards with the green in sight, though some believe, a more difficult shot.
There has been much debate as to the best way to play this hole. A solid tee shot along the left side will allow the ball to funnel toward the green for a great approach shot. The problem is, that a long tee shot that drifts to the right will also go onto Gravel Hill Road yielding a penalty. A soft tee shot to the crest of the hill and then an approach shot might be a good option.
Hole # 5 is a straight, slight downhill par three of 140 yards from the original tee or 130 yards from the new elevated tee.
Be careful not to go long as there is nothing but a hillside behind this green. The green has nice contours that yield interesting breaks while putting.
Hole # 6 is a slight dogleg right, uphill par four of 269 yards from the back tee, or 185 yards from atop the hill.
Trees line the first right half of the hole, then it opens up nicely to reveal Everview Estates.
Hole # 7 is a straight, slightly uphill par four of 249 yards with an alternate tee that hugs the right side of the fairway, but shortens the hole to 227 yards.
A water hazard about 50 to 75 yards from the tee borders the right side.
Out of bounds line the right side with Everview Estates.
Not much trouble on the left, unless the ball is under a tree.
Hole # 8 is a dogleg, slightly downhill par 5 of only 432 yards with an alternate tee that hugs the right side of the fairway, that changes the hole to 423 yards.
Even though the yardage seems short for a par five, getting on in three can be difficult.
Trees line both sides and out of bounds runs through the right side along the trees.
The green is hidden over a hill making a third shot somewhat blind.
Hole # 9 is a straight, uphill par 4 of 270 yards for both tee boxes.
High grass protects the right side as well as Out-of-Bounds. The left is fairly open as it adjoins #4 fairway.